The top six women matched or went under the OT cut, led by 15-year-old Lucy Bell, the latest breakout swimmer out of Fort Collins Area Swim Team
The podium here all posted OT cuts, led by Peak Swimming’s Ethan Hu at 53.71. Hu says that his long course has improved this summer with emphasis on technique
Day 3 of the 2019 Speedo Junior National Championships showcased just two individual events, the 400 free and 100 fly, as well as the men’s 4×200 free relay.
Dynamo’s Tristen Ulett has been in Palo Alto for over a week now, competing at both the Sr and Jr National Championships.
Ryan Lochte is 35 years old, and he won the 200 IM at U.S. Nationals. Will Ryan make the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team in the 200 IM?
Before only going to 2 practices per week, Armstrong wanted to go on his team training trip, and consequently started training full-time just last year
Grum managed a 50.9 anchor on the NAG setting 4×100 free relay despite having already swum, and won, the 200 back and the 400 IM
Tonight, the schedule included finals of the men’s and women’s 200 fly, men’s and women’s 100 breast, women’s 800 free, and men’s 1500 free.
In this issue of the 2019 College Preview we rank the top 16 men’s and women’s NCAA programs in the nation, and we rank the TOP 50 NCAA swimmers.
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Madisyn Cox finished the weekend with 2 national titles in the 200 IM and 200 Breast, but after 2020 plans on focusing on Med school
Tonight, Lochte lowered the mark he set Wednesday a bit to win the 200 IM title in 1:57.76. Lochte finished over a second ahead of the field.
Race videos for the finals of the women’s 1500, women’s and men’s 200 IM, men’s 800, and women’s and men’s 50 freestyle, as well as the 400 medley relays.
Nowicki produced the fastest (equal-fastest with bronze medalist Reece Whitley) second 50, putting up a 31.94 to surge to the wall in 59.69
Breeja Larson swam her fastest time since 2014 in the women’s 100 breaststroke tonight to win her first national title since 2015, touching in 1:06.78.