Bowen Becker won another tight race for the B1G men in the 50 free, clocking 19.62 with seven of the eight swimmers cracking 20 seconds
Nelson posted nation-leading times in all 3 of her individual events this weekend in West Lafayette without a shave or taper
In terms of the biggest picture, MacNeil is now suddenly the 6th-fastest women ever after only a few months of swimming in a 25 yard pool.
Kibler won the 200 free after coming back on reigning NCAA champion Townley Haas. Kibler touched in 1:37.31 to Haas’ 1:37.44. Kibler came back from being down 47.42 to 46.97 at the 100 mark
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After winning the 100 free and leading off the Nation-Leading 400 Free relay on Friday night, Julia Cook explained how transitioning from club training in College Station to college training in Austin has been a positive experience overall
Shebat posted very quick splits of 22.48 and 25.78 on the fly and back splits, for a 48.26 1st 100 split. Shebat’s 200 IM marks the fastest time in the NCAA this year.
Grace Ariola led a 1-2-3 Texas finish in the 50 free. Ariola swam a 22.52 for the 10th fastest time in the NCAA this season, touching out Julia Cook (22.67) and Anelise Diener (22.85).
Beryl Gastaldello has had a whirlwind year, both in and out of the pool. Ironically, her best year in the pool was her worst year out of the pool.
Comerford admitted that coming into the 2018 nationals in Irvine as the defending national champion in the 100 freestyle had put some pressure on her shoulders
In his interview, one can hear Cameron McEvoy radiating excitement in his voice, hinting that the fastest 100m freestyler ever in a textile suit may be returning back to his 2015/early 2016 form.
Hear how Emily Seebohm sees the dynamic of having rival Minna Atherton as her club teammate play out, as she prepares to conquer the 200m IM, 50m back and 50m breast trio tomorrow on the final day of competition.
Aussie Mitch Larkin discusses his plans for the remainder of the year, one in which the 25-year-old has gained back is backstroking prowess.
Marc Caron of Gatineau, Quebec, has had somewhat of a different college experience than most.
Heat what teenage Commonwealth champion Ariarne Titmus has to say ahead of the Australian Short Course Championships which start today down under.
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