NC State honored their 2023 200 medley NCAA champions this week, so let’s flashback to that first event of the men’s 2023 NCAA Championships.
At the SCM French Championships, world champion Maxime Grousset kept his summer momentum going by breaking the 100 butterfly French Record.
Gretchen Walsh swam a 50 backstroke American record of 22.54 to lead off Virginia’s 200 medley relay that improved their #1 ranking in the NCAA this season.
Gui Caribe came from behind to earn gold in the 100 freestyle at the Pan Am Games, swimming a new personal best of 48.06.
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Maggie MacNeil tied with Gabi Albiero for Pan Ams 50 free gold. It’s her 4th gold at the meet, tying her for most golds by a Canadian swimmer at a Games.
Sarah Sjostrom won her second Triple Crown of the 2023 World Cup circuit by edging out Zhang Yufei in the 50 butterfly by just .02 seconds.
Relive the women’s 100 breast showdown between Elendt, Walsh, and Jacoby from last year’s Texas vs. UVA dual meet ahead of this year’s edition of the meet.
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.
Kaylee McKeown blasted a 27.02 50 backstroke in Athens, setting a new Oceanic record and coming just .04 seconds away from the world record.
Leon Marchand pulled off an incredible double at ASU’s dual vs. UNLV, posting 1:39s in the 200 fly/200 back just 20 minutes apart.
Qin Haiyang ripped a 57.69 100 breast as part of his Berlin breaststroke sweep. The time tied his Asian record and set a new World Cup record.
Kaylee McKeown hit 57.95 to break the World Cup 100 back record in Berlin, her second WC record of the meet. Her 2nd 50 split is now the 4th fastest all-time.
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