Night 1 of the UGA Fall Invite will feature tough SEC and ACC competition in the 200 free relay, 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and the 400 medley relay.
One of the top distance freestylers in the high school class of 2024, Elise Clift is heading to Gainesville.
Follow along as SwimSwam live recaps Saturday’s dual meet matchup between the #1/9-ranked Virginia and the #11/3-ranked Florida teams.
New additions like Emma Weyant, Hayden Miller, and Caroline Pennington have the Gator women projected to improve a significant amount from the 2021-22 season.
Liendo swam his first-ever yards competition today, where he went a 19.69 50 free, 48.06 100 fly, 20.70 50 fly relay split, and 44.38 100 free relay split.
We’ll have more of the same from yesterday’s action, including traditional events, as well as skins, broken, mystery, and more unique relays.
The quartet of Kareena Lee, Chelsea Gubecka, Kai Edwards, and Kyle Lee pulled off the victory to give the Aussies an 8-6 edge after day one.
The Australian team, primarily on the women’s side, is stacked at the Duel In The Pool, making the home team a big favorite to defeat the Americans.
Weyant’s arrival to Gainesville will make a huge impact on her team, which is already one of the fastest-rising women’s programs in the country.
Michael Andrew will be one of 27 swimmers representing the U.S. at the 2022 Duel In The Pool in Sydney, Australia.
Kucheran would have been Florida’s only 100 breaststroker this past season under the 1:00 mark as her best time stands at a 59.02.
With Katie Ledecky the clear number one, Katie Grimes and Bella Sims will be among the names vying for the second spot in the women’s 800 freestyle.
The CSCAA notably awarded the 9th and 17th-place finishers in the 100, 200 and 500 free events first and second-team All-American status, respectively.
Both the 50 and 500 freestyle will take place on night 2 of the SEC Championships, along with the 200 IM and 200 freestyle relays.