On the Thursday I arrived, Nitro’s National group had a classic test set: 9 x 100 @ 7:00. Although that’s not quite what ended up being the case
SwimSwam took a trip down to Bloomington, Indiana to see what IU had in store for their post-thanksgiving training. It was quite a treat.
Indiana has been seeing rapid success in all different areas of the pool as of late. And there’s a reason for it.
Coach Marsh discusses the benefits of transitioning to DI, especially in a climate where we are accustomed to seeing more DI swimming programs getting cut than brought in
“Enviro-Master is built on many strong principles and values that line up well with my own and together, I hope we can continue to foster growth and character in our communities”
Freshman Camden Murphy and Courtney Harnish explain being Bulldogs so far, while Associate Coach Harvey Humphries reviews expectations from the invite
Before I visited Coach Whitney Hedgepeth, all around Austin pool decks I would hear rumblings that Whitney ran the toughest practice in town if you’re a masters swimmer
It was a big weekend in Athens for Cal’s Daniel Carr, who put up his first sub-46 swim in the 100 back to win the event in 45.96 on night 2 at the Georgia Invite
For their part, Abbey Weitzeil and Amy Bilquist contributed big swims for the Cal bears on Night 3 of the Georgia Invite
As the 2017 Winter Nationals wind down, SwimSwam doesn’t want the party to end. So we put together our favorite quotes from the weekend
Listen to what Whitley has to say about his swims this weekend, helping the JR team to World Gold, and his future with the Cal Golden Bears
Georgia’s Kylie Stewart came from behind to out-touch Cal’s Bilquist by a hundredth, 51.61 to 51.62
Gonzalez, the 2017 Junior World Champion in the 400 IM, used his breaststroke speed to pull away from Georgia’s Jay Litherland, posting a 3:39.28 to Litherland’s 3:39.96
Michigan’s Felix Auboeck was the only man to swim below the 2017 NCAA invite time in last night’s 200 free
It was a tight race between Nic Fink and Cody Miller, with Fink hitting the wall in 50.80, erasing Miller’s Meet Record and Pool Record from this morning