Louisville postgrad swimmer Kelsi Worrell came within a half second of her American Record tonight
Kalisz’s lead was never in question. He was already body lengths ahead of the field by the halfway mark and only extended his lead from there, dominating the 400 IM in 3:39.45
Louisville’s Mallory Comerford put up a pair of head-turning times on night 2 of the USA Swimming Winter Nats
Georgia postgrad Olivia Smoliga tacked on another gold medal tonight as she dominated the 100 back from start to finish in 51.23
Olympic champ Murphy took charge early on and never looked back as he dominated in 45.03
D’Arrigo wound up 2nd in 4:10.78, coming within a second of his personal best 4:09.98 from 2016 NCAAs.
Neidigh held on to her lead throughout the race, posting a huge best time of 4:34.47 to win it
U.S. Olympian Melanie Margalis blew away the field, taking down her own former Meet Record and Katinka Hosszu’s Pool Record in the process
Olympic champ Nathan Adrian topped the field with an 18.77, shaving 4 hundredths off his former Meet Record and matching Caeleb Dressel’s Pool Record
It was Indiana on top again in the next event, as Zane Grothe charged to a new American and U.S. Open Record to win the 500 free.
What happens when you put Cody Miller, Lilly King, and Blake Pieroni in the same car?
I, like many others, was very familiar with his swimming history, but not much else.
Overall, it would seem from the outside that the Stanford women found a very solid foundation for their team chemistry.
After a stellar weekend in College Station, it would appear Brooke Forde is adjusting well to her new home in Palo Alto.
The follow-up to a thrilling women’s 200 fly race was just as exuberating, as A&M Teammates Brock Bonetti and Angel Martinez battled closely to the touch