Nathan Adrian will look for his 9th straight international berth individually in the men’s 100 free tonight.
In 2014, it took a 49.12 to make the top 6, and only 3 men were under 49 seconds. Two of those men were just barely under with a pair of 48.9s. Tonight in Indianapolis, it took a 48.49 to place 6th.
The American women now look like a serious threat to Australia in the gold medal race, while the men are in great shape to win gold.
SwimSwam statistical superstar Barry Revzin has done it again. This time, Barry’s quickly pulled together data from today’s races to check out how many swimmers dropped time from seed, and which swimmers had the biggest relative time drops.
Wow. New face and veterans have shown up with their ‘A Games’ at the 2017 USA Swimming World Team Trials…
Jack Conger was one of several swimmers to make their first World Championships team tonight, with his win in the men’s 200 fly.
Chase Kalisz has to be considered the front-runner in the men’s 200 fly tonight in Indianapolis.
Cassidy Bayer will be one of the key names contesting the women’s 200 fly this morning at U.S. World Trials.
Check out your entries for the 2017 Pick ’em contest here.
After Caeleb Dressel’s eye-popping 40.00 in the 100 free at NCAAs, swimming fans are eager to see what he can put together in the long course pool.
Bilquist set a Meet Record, winning the 100 back with a 1:01.13 to clear the former mark of 1:01.69 done by Presly Bard in 2010.
U.S. Olympian Abbey Weitzeil went head-to-head with fellow Cal All-Americans Farida Osman and Amy Bilquist in the 50 free.
One of the most impressive swims came from Kentucky’s Asia Seidt who knocked 2 full seconds off her best time in the 200 back.
A smooth 22.13 came from Caeleb Dressel tonight in Atlanta.
Michael Andrew took the men’s 100 breaststroke on day 1 of the Atlanta Classic.