Eagle Aquatics 16-year-old Kaii Winkler didn’t make the A-final in the 200 free, but he still lowered his lifetime best by more than a second to 1:49.02.
After racing at altitude in Mexico last weekend (and clocking 25.0 in the 2nd 50 of his 100 free), Carter replicated that back-half speed in Ft. Lauderdale.
Dylan Carter captured the 100 free title on Thursday, clocking a 48.28 that lowered his own Trinidad and Tobago national record in the event.
23-year-old American Michael Andrew doubled up with wins the 50m free and 50m back to conclude the Jalisco International Meet.
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American Olympian Michael Andrew raced his way to two gold medals on the penultimate night of action at the Jalisco International Swimming Cup.
Last night at the Big 12 Championships, Texas’ Will Chan got his hand on the wall first, but you wouldn’t have known that by the aftermath of the race.
He may be retired, but 43-year-old Nicholas Santos of Brazil can’t stay away from the pool, racing at a meet in Mexico this weekend.
Raekwon Noel has exploded in the pool since moving to New Jersey in August 2021. He now holds more Guyanese National Records than any other swimmer.
With the 2023 World Championships on the schedule for July, nations around the world are gearing up for qualification meets and selection trials.
Crooks lit up the pool at Cayman Islands Nationals, setting four National Records while nearing a few others at the four-day competition in Grand Cayman.
The Brazilian Swimming Federation (CBDA) has released its selection criteria for the 2023 World Championships in Fukuoka, Japan this July.
Aussie freestyle ace took on the Pier to Pub open water race last month, securing her fourth title at the annual event in the process.
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