Since Katinka Hosszu teamed up with her husband, Coach Shane Tusup, success has never been sweeter. The husband-coach-swimmer relationship is…
Michael Andrew has an uncanny knack for breaking National Age Group Records in threes. He did it at Winter Juniors, and he did it at the College Station Sectional last weekend.
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Albert Subirats tops the TYR World Swimming Rankings in the 100 meter butterfly.
Joel Ax of SCAD Savannah talks with SwimSwam’s Anne Lepesant about his NAIA meet record in the 200 free (1:36.71), and about his first year as a student-artist-athlete.
Troy addressed the importance of relay preparation including exchanges, as well as a slightly different event schedule for Gator star Elizabeth Beisel at the meet.
Logan Lassley, of Oklahoma Baptist, won the 50 free at the 2014 NAIA National Championships with a meet-record time of 19.71. He talks with SwimSwam about his motivation, and what comes next.
Chris Conlon, head coach of men’s and women’s swimming at SCAD Savannah spoke with SwimSwam about his teams’ season and the 2014 NAIA National Championships.
Daniel Ramirez of Oklahoma Baptist went 46.28 in the 100 back to break the meet record at 2014 NAIA Nationals.
Michael Andrew swam a 19.85 in the 50 yard free on Saturday night at the Jenks Sectional in Oklahoma, breaking the National Age Group Record that seems to, ironically, have been the hardest for him to get at the 13-14 level (among his wheelhouse events, at least).
California freshman Ryan Murphy earned another win with a 1:39.21 to win the event.
Arizona State senior Alex Coci made a huge leap to win the 200 butterfly, dropping 1.58 seconds from his morning swim to post a time of 1:42.97.
SCAD freshman Joel Ax broke the meet record in the 200 free on Friday night at the 2014 NAIA National Championships with a 1:36.71.
Cordes went 51.23 to wipe away the championships record set by Cal’s Damir Dugonjic back in 2009. That mark was 51.41. Cordes was his typically great self in the back half, coming home in 26.81.