Here’s a cool blast from the past: the International Swimming Hall of Fame has published a 1960’s-era documentary featuring some early training philosophies concerning the all-important concept of “taper.”
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Georgia’s Jay Litherland stepped up to the blocks just one event after winning the 400 IM by a landslide.
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Stanford’s Ledecky threw down a blistering 1:55.34, which pushed her all the way up to the top of the 2017 world rankings ahead of Swedish Olympian Michelle Coleman, who swam a 1:55.64 at the Stockholm Open.
It’s been a year since Kris Kubik stepped down as the Associate Head Coach at UT, and while he has big shoes to fill, so far Wyatt Collins has been a seemingly solid replacement
Dressel tried to run down Conger, putting up the fastest closing split of the field with a 27.17, but Conger did just enough to hold him off.
In the final, age group phenom Michael Andrew and U.S. Olympian Jay Litherland went head-to-head, and they put on quite a show. The 2 men traded the lead back and forth throughout the race, eventually hitting the wall for a tie.
Texas’ Madisyn Cox completed her IM sweep with a victory in the 200 IM tonight
At the finish, Michael Andrew and Jay Litherland touched simultaneously in the 200 IM, as both won gold with a pair of 2:00.48s.
Team USA veteran Matt Grevers was the only other man to break 54 tonight behind Murphy, clocking in at 53.90 to take silver.
After missing the podium in the 200 breast, Kevin Cordes bounced back to win gold tonight
Cal’s Katie McLaughlin (2:10.35) built a sizeable lead on the front half with a 1:01.35 opening split
The times may not show it, but Will Licon feels ready for World Champ trials in just a few short weeks
Schon fast traditionell gibt es auch in diesem Jahr vom DSV Media-Team der Deutschen Jahrgangsmeisterschaften den Aftermovie – zu “Battle…