Tennessee swim star Jordan Crooks made history breaking the 18 second barrier with his 17.9 50 free at the SEC Championships. Swims like that block out the sun, but the big-man sprint-show will be judged across three events at the 2023 Men’s NCAA DI Championships, 50 free, 100 free and 100 fly. University of Florida Josh Liendo will be formidable, and he could take the most wins.
50 Free? Crooks wins in 17.8. Liendo touches second in 18.0.
100 Fly? Liendo wins in 43.2. Crooks hits the wall second in 43.8.
100 Free? They both go 40-point. Who wins?! I’m a Tennessee alum, so I’m going with Crooks!
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