She hadn’t broken 58 since 2015, but Katie McLaughlin hit the mark tonight with a lifetime best 57.51 to likely secure a spot at Pan Pacs
CAMPIONATI NAZIONALI USA 2018 Mercoledì, 25 luglio – Domenica 29 luglio 2018 William Woollett Aquatics Centre, Irvine, CA Prelims 09:00…
After a very good 200 back, Murphy brought in another title tonight with a new American Record.
Ali Deloof charged hard late, but it was American record-holder Olivia Smoliga who held on for the win in the women’s 50 back, booking a return trip to the World Championships
Michael Andrew successfully completed his triple tonight, but not before olympic legend Brendan Hansen imparted some clutch breaststroke wisdom on the young speedster
If there were any questions about Caeleb Dressel at this meet, he put them to rest tonight
Jack Conger also finally secured his Pan Pacs spot. He was just a tenth off his lifetime best from march
Defending world champ Lilly King touched out Molly Hannis for the national 50 breast title, redemption after missing the Pan Pacs team in the 200 breast last night
Watch all the championship final races from Day 3 Finals at 2018 U.S. Nationals in Irvine, California.
2017 Worlds 200 breaststroker Bethany Galat of Texas A&M was 2nd in 2:23.32, retaining her spot in the 200 breast on the international team for USA
After swimming a myriad of best times in numerous events over the last 3 days, Regan Smith attributes her success in part to increased strength training
Kelsi Dahlia, formerly Worrell, tied her American Record with a 25.48 as she dominated the race. With that, Dahlia earns the first roster spot for the 2019 World Championships
As a member of Team Elite – San Diego’s rapidly growing pro group, Kathleen Baker has had an extremely successful summer of hard work under David Marsh
Josh Prenot made his move, hitting the final turn under his own American Record pace. He fell just slightly off the pace on the final 50, touching just a tenth behind the mark in 2:07.28
After taking a break post-Rio, she’s made her comeback in full swing, winning by over a second in 2:22.06