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
Allison Schmitt cemented her comeback with a 1:55.82 for 2nd last night, and explained how swimming has been such an instrumental part of her mental health journey
Murphy used a huge underwater to break ahead right off the wall after the flip, building a body-length lead to win it in 1:54.15
After the 200 free, Katie Ledecky talked about knabbing a world record that isn’t yet on her resume
Cal’s Andrew Seliskar, who had never been under 1:50 before 2018, is your national champion.
Missy commented that she was very disappointed with her swims, but she realized that this was a stepping stone to the bigger meet in 2 years
Andrew earned a spot on the 2019 Worlds team as he out-touched American Record holder Dressel by 4 hundredths for the win, 22.93 to 22.97
Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil continues on her way to a comeback as she hit the wall 4th in 53.56. That’s her fastest time since she set her lifetime best 53.28 at 2016 Trials
Over the course of 4 months, Katie Drabot has dropped a whopping 18 seconds in her long course 200 fly
Conger led the way through the 150, but faded on the final 50 as Louisville’s Zach Harting busted out a lifetime best 1:55.11 to take 2nd
Arizona’s Justin Wright, a newly signed pro with A3, brought the thunder tonight.
After breaking the 37-year-old U.S. open Record this morning, Georgia’s Hali Flickinger got the job done in finals