Kate McCarville took the race over relatively early, and didn’t look back, managing to hold off a charging Katie Trace on the free leg
Check out some of the top race videos from day 1 prelims at the 2021 United States Olympic Trials Wave I in Omaha, Nebraska.
We saw names from last night such as Autumn Haebig, Patrick Sammon and Katie Trace place 2nd in events while new names came to the forefront
In an incredible turn of events, the 7th seed won the race. OSU’s Katie Trace, in a classic display of “outside smoke”, led for the majority of the race
The 16-year-old came home in a blistering 31.39, dropping nearly 5 seconds to dip under 8:40 for the first time in her career
After not swimming a best time in the LCM 100 back in several years, Nebraska’s Autumn Haebig swam 2 today on Day 1 of Wave I Trials
It was the pair of Navy boys who touched first and advanced to Wave II next week. Neither McGovern or Johnson swam a PR, but they ultimately got the job done
Sammon held strong with a very slight lead through the 2nd 50, extending into the finish to touch as the only 49 in the field. The swim was a personal best
Spink extended her lead heading into the finish, registering a 55.26 and making her #13 all-time among 15-16 year old girls
Mason Manta Rays’ Carl Bloebaum doubled down on his lifetime best prelims swim, tearing to a new personal mark of 1:58.90
We go through and give you some of our highlight swims from the first finals session of Wave I, many of which were from 18-unders
SwimSwam sat down with ISL CEO Konstantin Koudriaev and ISL Technical Director Apostolos Tsagkarakis to unpack and demystify the upcoming ISL draft
Smoliga surprised fans dropping a best time at the Atlanta Classic. How fast will she swim at Olympic Trials in the 100 back or even the 200 free?
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Mundt takes over after 17-year head coach Marc Long declined the opportunity to continue with the program when the men’s team was cut.