2018 MEN’S NCAA SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Wednesday, March 21 – Saturday, March 24
- Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center – Minneapolis, Minnesota
- Prelims 10 AM / Finals 6 PM (Central Time)
- Defending champion: Texas (3x) (results)
- Psych Sheet
- Championship Central
- Event-by-Event Previews
- Team Power Rankings: Final Edition
- Saturday prelims heat sheets
- Live Stream
- Live Results
Caeleb Dressel has broken every major barrier he could have this weekend, including a 17.63 50 free, 42.80 100 fly, and now, a 39.90 100 free. Watch the video below, courtesy of ESPN, to see him become the first man under :40.
Orignally reported by Lauren Neidigh.
Florida’s Caeleb Dressel has been smashing barriers all week. Dressel, a senior, set out to make history individually one last time for the Gators in tonight’s 100 free final. After a scorching 40.00 last season, he set out to be the first man to break 40 seconds. Dressel exceeded expectations as usual, surging to an incredible 39.90 to win the final.
- 1st 50 Split- 18.96
- 2nd 50 Split- 20.94
- Final Time- 39.90
While Dressel dominated the field, NC State’s Ryan Held had an awesome swim in his own right. Held swam to a 41.08, clipping his best time by .01 and tying Olympic champion Nathan Adrian as the 5th fastest man ever.
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