Derivaux beat Katie Ledecky head-to-head while becoming the second-fastest 13-year-old in U.S. history.
Sandidge broke the 17-18 NAG record and became the first Kentucky swimmer to win the mile at SECs with his 14:31.47 performance.
Kalandadze led a 1-2-3 sweep for the Quakers in the 500 free, dropping nearly four seconds from her best time in 4:38.86.
Pfeifer’s incredible season continued last weekend as she positioned herself to earn NCAA qualification for the first time in the 1650 freestyle.
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Ceccon dropped nearly two and a half seconds to earn a big best time in the 200 free, showing increased versatility in endurance early on in 2023.
Looney has flown under the radar given the success of the ASU men, but is quietly establishing herself as a bonafide NCAA title contender in the 200 fly.
McSharry swept the women’s breaststroke events at the Knoxville Pro Swim, highlighted by her Irish Record of 30.56 in the 50-meter event.
After tying for fourth in a competitive 200 free final, Jansen won the 100 fly in Knoxville by a decisive margin with a new personal best time of 58.92.
Albayrak put up a scintillating time of 15:06.24 in the 1500 free which is the fastest from a swimmer 15 and under by nearly eight seconds.
McKeon’s relay split was the fastest in history by nearly four-tenths of a second.
18-year-old Pieter Coetze took down the 13-year-old African Record of 22.85 in the final of the men’s 50 backstroke, finishing fifth overall.
Savickas used a scintillating opening 100 meters to take out Chase Kalisz and win the 200 breast at the U.S. Open in a massive best time of 2:09.68.
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