MacNeil won the 100 fly by over a second with a time of 49.97, becoming the first woman under 50.0 this season in the NCAA
Katie Ledecky continued her hot meet with a new US Open Championship Record of 1:55.47 in the 200 free. Also featured: another Thomas Heilman National Age Group Record.
There were 4 or 5 men in this race at the final wall, but Texas’ Caspar Corbeau was the only man to swim a sub-27 second 50, winning in 50.79
The Texas men threw down a blistering 1:15.49. That’s actually faster than Texas’ time from the 2021 NCAA Championships, and that would’ve placed them 3rd
Leah Smith finished in 2:11.67, winning gold and improving on her personal best of 2:12.92, set at the prelims. That would’ve won 7th at the Tokyo Olympics.
Did Lilly King have a non-simultaneous touch on the women’s 400 medley relay? The available video evidence is inconclusive.
After putting up strong performances in the 400 and 800 frees this week in Greensboro, Finke opens up about his new legendary training partner
Cal’s Izzy Ivey nearly hit a lifetime best, clocking a 1:53.90 for #3 in the nation this season. Tonight’s time would’ve finished 3rd at last year’s NCAAs.
Katie Ledecky won her second event of the 2021 US Open on Thursday night, breaking the meet record in the women’s 400 freestyle in a time of 4:00.51.
Watch all of the men’s and women’s “A” finals at the 2021 Minnesota Invite, including a 4:09 in the 500 yard free from 18-year old Texas freshman Luke Hobson.
Katie Ledecky did it again. After pulling out a body length ahead by the end of the first 100, Ledecky won the event in 4:00.51
The 500 free, 200 IM, 50 free, and 400 Medley Relay were all hotly contested on night 2 of the Minnesota Invite in Minneapolis
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