WATCH: Waddell, White Crush SEC Records in 100 BK, Day 4 Race Videos from SECs

2020 SEC SWIMMING & DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2020 SEC Champions continued tonight in Auburn, Alabama. Swimmers competed in finals of the 400 IM, 100 fly, and 200 free. On night 4, Alabama’s Zane Waddell and Rhyan White broke the SEC Records in the 100 back. Waddell is now the 5th fastest man ever, while White is the 8th fastest woman ever.

In the men’s 100 breast, South Carolina’s Itay Goldfaden repeated as champion. Georgia’s Camden Murphy also won back-to-back titles with his performance in the 200 fly. Georgia swept the 200 fly as Dakota Luther won the women’s race. The Bulldogs also won the women’s 100 breast with freshman Zoie Hartman.

You can check a couple of the men’s championship finals below, courtesy of TAMU Swim on YouTube. We’ll keep an eye out for videos of the 200 fly and women’s 400 medley relay, but haven’t seen them yet. SwimSwam will post those videos later on if they become available. Also note that some of the videos have been mislabeled on YouTube as of posting, but are posted under the proper headings.

MEN’S 400 MEDLEY RELAY

MEN’S 100 BACK

WOMEN’S 100 BACK

MEN’S 100 BREAST

WOMEN’S 100 BREAST

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Dbswims
9 months ago

Holy smokes, Waddell made Casas look slow in the medley. And Casas in no slouch in backstroke

Ol’ Longhorn
Reply to  Dbswims
9 months ago

That’s US Olympic hopeful Zane Waddell. Rowdy is now in charge of INS.

Jabroni Pepperoni
Reply to  Ol’ Longhorn
9 months ago

Doesn’t he swim for a European country?

Ol' Longhorn
Reply to  Jabroni Pepperoni
9 months ago

Rowdy? No. He’s ‘murican. He just confuses South African World champs for U.S. Olympic hopefults.

Lane 8
9 months ago

Great night of racing in the books! Can’t wait for tomorrow!

coach
9 months ago

There’s no denying, Coley has Alabama swimming really well.

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