Cayman Islands’ Brett Fraser got it done for 50m fly gold on the final day of the 2020 Geneva International Challenge, matching his PB from 2014.
18-year-old Kaylee McKeown of Australia just made a statement with her 58.52 lifetime best 100m back swim tonight in South Australia.
Simone Manuel (above) and Erika Brown both swam marks in Sunday morning’s 100 free prelims that are worth paying attention to.
A wicked-fast meet transpired for British swimmer Freya Anderson, as the teen collected the 50m/100m/200m freestyle victories in spades.
Irish swimmer Ellen Walshe had never before been under a minute in the women’s 100m fly, but all that changed tonight at the Flanders Cup.
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Carson Foster is swimming 2 events per day in Knoxville, a habit he has strayed away from in recent history but has now picked back up
This is the 2nd-ever yards meet for the 6-time Olympic medalist, who is part of a group of Hungarian men who are in Florida this week.
Carrying her momentum from a 100m free gold on night 1 of the Flanders Cup, 18-year-old Freya Anderson produced the fastest 200m free swim of her life.
World Record holder Regan Smith will take on the 200 back today, putting the PSS Record on watch. Smith took down the 100 back PSS Record last night.
Katinka Hosszu’s last lost in a 200 IM in any short course or long course meters meet came in April of 2017 – a span running 56 meets. Above: Sydney Pickrem.
After battling Emily Escobedo two lanes over during the first 150, it was Mission Viejo’s Annie Lazor who came out on top with a new pool record 2:23.06
18-year-old Freya Anderson busted out the quickest 50m free of her career, taking the Flanders Cup top seed with her morning time of 25.06.
Seliskar (above) scratched his Sunday races, while Hali Flickinger and Alex Walsh both made noteworthy, but opposing, event choices.
Rockingham racer Holly Barratt closed out her Western Aussie Championships in style, taking the women’s 50m back in a time of 29.37.