Whitley expresses his appreciation for Cal and his love for his teammates: “This is what happens when you’ve got great coaches and kids that love each other.”
Destin Lasco, the reigning champion in the 200 back, won it again last night with a time of 1:35.87, only .14 seconds off of Ryan Murphy’s record from 2016.
Carson Tyler took home gold in platform last night with a score of 476.30; most notable was Tyler’s fifth dive, 207C, where he scored 99 points.
Gallant and Dant recall what it was like watching each other swim, in anticipation of reaching their goal of going 1-2 this year.
“I learned that I was able to push even more, can be underwater, can be my turns,” Marchand said, “I think I can improve my freestyle for next time.”
In this article, take a look at some of the relay splits that were clocked during the 400 free relay at the 2023 NCAA Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships.
Hayes credits Kacper Stokowski’s leadership for preparing him to not worry about his competitors and to “stay in [his] own lane the whole race”.
The Gators (2:44.07) and Bears (2:44.08) concluded the NCAA Championships with a finish you had to see to believe, recording the two fastest times in history.
Marchand used a blistering first 100 of 50.65 to ultimately claim another NCAA Record in the 200 breast, becoming the first swimmer under 1:47.
Liendo soared to victory in the 100 freestyle, notching a 40.28 to become the second fastest man in history behind Caeleb Dressel.
Lasco finished in a time of 1:35.87 to undercut his previous lifetime best and inch ever closer to the seven-year-old American Record held by Ryan Murphy.
Ohio State’s Charlie Clark is the top seed of the four 1650 free heats that will race in this session. The fastest heat will swim in finals.
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