Denis Petrashov holds the ACC record in the 100 breast, but he’ll be swimming for his first conference title in this event, starting with prelims.
Youssef Ramadan’s three individual wins helped the VT men beat UVA for the third-straight year, while the UVA women won despite key names still in Knoxville.
Alex Walsh, the two-time defending NCAA champion in the 400 IM, will swim the 200 free on Thursday along with younger sister Gretchen.
The Power Championships brought excitement to swimming enthusiasts worldwide, showcasing incredible talent and fierce competition.
Texas (No. 2 women/No. 7 men) visits Virginia (No. 1 women/No. 15 men) for a weekend matchup that starts with some winner-take-all “superfinals” on Friday.
At Virginia’s dual meet with Florida, Gretchen Walsh ripped an unsuited 46.90 for the 2nd fastest dual meet 100 free performance all-time.
American Record Holder Lilly King looks to repeat as champion in the 50 breast against a field that includes reigning Olympic and NCAA champion, Lydia Jacoby.
G. Walsh swam a personal best in prelims and swam even faster in finals, dropping a total of 0.70 seconds. She now is the #2 American this season in the event
If you feel the need for speed, keep an eye on the results here tonight, as several of the top sprinters in the nation will be going head to head.
Follow along here at SwimSwam for a live recap of the second day of competition at the Texas-Virginia dual meet, which includes more longer-distance events.
Texas plans on hosting a two-day competition against Virginia this weekend that will be a “one-of-a-kind dual meet experience”.
Follow along as SwimSwam live recaps Saturday’s dual meet matchup between the #1/9-ranked Virginia and the #11/3-ranked Florida teams.
Virginia opened their season with a blue vs. orange intrasquad, and their swimmers are already putting up times that would have been competitive at NCAAs.
Claire Curzan is one of the top NCAA prospects of all-time, and she leads a recruiting class that includes four of our top ten recruits nationally.
The Cavaliers are the massive favorites to three-peat as NCAA champions in 2023, bringing back the majority of their top scorers from last season.