2018 US WINTER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS November 28th-December 1st, 2018 Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro, North Carolina Psych Sheets Results Short Course…
In August, the Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) agreed to reduce Cox’s suspension to six months, meaning she has been clear to compete since September.
Despite swimming very little long course lately, Hali Flickinger left Greensboro with a National Title in the 200 fly, silver medals in the 400 free and 200 back, and bronze medals in the 200 free and 400 IM.
Madisyn Cox walked away from the 2018 U.S. Winter National Championships with gold medals in the 200 IM and 400 IM, as well as a 4th-place finish in the 200 breaststroke and a 6th-place finish in the 100 breaststroke.
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Jacob Pebley of Team Elite showcased his versatility and snuck by the middle of the pool out of lane 2 for the win.
You don’t see Nathan Adrian losing the 100 free all too often, but he was just touched out by Team Elite’s Michael Chadwick at the wall, 48.57 to 48.59. Those are both great times for right now, as they rank #2 and #3 in the world rankings.
Carsten Vissering of USC broke 51 seconds for the first time to win the men’s 100 breast in 50.88, and also becomes the first man to do it this season
The Longhorn women moved past Cal for the fastest time in this event this seasons, thanks to all four women splitting under 48, with three of the four at 47.3 or better.
USC’s Louise Hansson completed her sweep of the butterfly events this meet, winning with a time of 1:51.52 that moves her past Ella Eastin for the fastest time in the NCAA this season.
Patrick Mulcare of USC swam over a second faster than he did this morning to take the win with a 1:38.91, making him the first man under 1:39 this season.
Texas sophomore Chris Yeager knocked a whopping 16 seconds off his personal best time, won by over 11 seconds, and set a new standard for the fastest time in the NCAA this season with his time of 14:32.13.
Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson just continues to win this week. Tonight, she won the 200 back by over four seconds and setting a new personal best with a time of 1:49.10
Dana Vollmer swam a 59.38 in the 100 fly tonight, marking her 2nd outing (1st being this morning in prelims) in the race since the Rio Olympic Games.
Katie Ledecky was very strong tonight in the 200, posting a 1:55.32 for what is her most impressive swim of the meet thus far
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