Cal’s Ryan Murphy and Destin Lasco look to follow up their sweep of the 200 back with a 1-2 finish in the 100 back on Night 4 of U.S. Trials.
Regan Smith is the big favorite in the women’s 100 backstroke, but there’s a tight race shaping up behind her to make the final, much less the Worlds team.
Newly minted American record holder Gretchen Walsh takes on the 100 fly/50 back double on the third night of finals at 2023 U.S. Trials.
After winning the 200 breast last night, Lilly King will take a shot at the 50 breast on day three of the 2023 U.S. National Championships.
Hunter Armstrong is the reigning champion from last year’s International Team Trials, having won this event last April with a 52.20.
As we patiently await the official kick-off of the action, let’s go over the events in Tuesday morning’s prelims session.
At last spring’s International Team Trials, it was Ryan Murphy and Shaine Casas who finished first and second respectively, advancing to Worlds.
Amy Fulmer won both the 50 freestyle and 100 backstroke on night 3 of the Indy Spring Cup.
All eyes will be on Leon Marchand on Friday as he takes aim at another record in the 400 IM.
Dahlgren drops the 100 back as the 20th seed to gear everything towards the 200 free, where he comes in ranked second.
The 100 back looks primed for a shakeup this year at the Division I Men’s NCAA Championships, as just eight of the finalists from last year are returning.
The defending champion Indiana Hoosiers have put themselves in position to win this meet handily after a dominant performance this morning.
Brendan Burns takes on the 200 back/200 fly double on the final day of the 2023 Big Ten Champs. Last year, he won both events, with a meet record in the fly.
Will Modglin downed Ryan Murphy’s national high school record with a 45.08 prelims swim at the 2023 IHSAA championships.
Minnesota’s Max McHugh takes aim at a third straight 100 breaststroke conference title on Day 3 of the Big Ten championships.