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Rikako Ikee To Race 100 Free For First Time Since Competitive Return
Will swim 100m free for the first time upon her racing return...
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Jan. 21, 2021— Although we’re waiting on the official start lists for the 2021 Kosuke Kitajima Cup, we know that 20-year-old leukemia survivor Rikako Ikee has added a new event to her comeback lineup. Slated to begin tomorrow, Friday, January 22nd in Tokyo, this Kosuke Kitajima Cup will mark Ikee’s first competition of 2021, after the free and fly ace opted out of an earlier New Year’s Meet due to coronavirus concerns. We know that she will be contesting not only the 50m free, as she had raced several times late last year, but she will also be taking on the 100m free for the first time upon her rac ...
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Olivia Smoliga Breaks Down Prelims/Swim Off/Finals 200 Free Triple (Video)
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Jan. 18, 2021— Coming off her swim-off victory over Isabel Ivey to get into the ‘A’ final, Olivia Smoliga attacked the women’s 200 free from the front out in Lane 8, holding the lead through the 150 with Regan Smith , Madisyn Cox and Abbey Weitzeil hot on her tail. Cox had a solid closing 50 in 30.75, managing to out-touch Smith for the win in a time of 1:59.42 to Smith’s 1:59.49. Cox swam a season-best of 1:58.97 at the U.S. Open in November. Smith’s time is her third-fastest ever, while Smoliga held on for third in 1:59.91, her fourth time breaking into the 1:59s. Olivia Smoliga rocketed off the ...

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Olivia Smoliga Breaks Down Prelims/Swim Off/Finals 200 Free Triple

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@SwimXps Olivia Smoliga reviews her 200 Free triple.
  
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2020 MAC Men’s Swimming Championship: Missouri State Claims Title
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March 8, 2020— This is the final session of the 2020 Mid-American Conference men’s swimming championship in Carbondale. Tonight, the team title went to Missouri State University who dethroned champion defender Miami University (Ohio).
    Final Team Score
  1. Missouri State University 892 pts
  2. Miami University (Ohio) 812 pts
  3. Southern Illinois University 622 pts
  4. Ball State University 420 pts
  5. University of Evansville 346 pts
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@SwimXps Congrats #Mizzou #MAC men's #swimming champions
  
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WATCH: Race Videos From The 2021 January Pro Swim Series
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Jan. 20, 2021— Several race videos from last weekend’s multi-site Pro Swim Series have been released on USA Swimming’s streaming page , and you can watch select ones embedded below. The race videos are on YouTube, but they’re currently unlisted, so you can’t simply find them by going to USA Swimming’s YouTube channel. Check out the ‘A’ finals from both San Antonio and Richmond currently available below, and go to this link to find additional ‘B’ finals . Currently, the majority of races available from San Antonio are from Saturday and Sunday finals, while Richmond’s options are only from Saturday. ...
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2021 TYR Pro Swim Series: Justin Ress, Catie DeLoof Continue Momentum in 100 Freestyle
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Jan. 18, 2021— 2021 TYR Pro Swim Series: Justin Ress, Catie DeLoof Continue Momentum in 100 Freestyle The strength of the men’s sprint scene during the two-site TYR Pro Swim Series over the weekend was undoubtedly in Richmond. After the top three finishers in the 50 free came from the Virginia stop on Saturday night, the 100 freestyle was even more tilted toward Richmond on Sunday evening, as the fastest-four times came from the East Coast. Backing up his victory in the 100 backstroke from a night earlier, Justin Ress took top honors in the 100 free with a mark of 49.18, which was .34 clear of the ...

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2021 Pro Swim Series – San Antonio: Day 4 Finals Live Recap
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Jan. 17, 2021— The final night from the San Antonio Pro Swim should be another exciting one — though there will be a few sparsely populated heats. World record holder Regan Smith has scratched out of the women’s 200 back, as has Emma Weyant , leaving just six swimmers in that event tonight. Phoebe Bacon and Isabelle Stadden come in as the top two seeds. Will Grant has also dropped out of the men’s 200 back, meaning just four will contest that race, though it remains intriguing with Ryan Murphy , Shaine Casas and Austin Katz in the field. Other key matchups to watch for tonight include Abbey Weitzei ...

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2021 Pro Swim Series – Richmond: Day 4 Finals Live Recap
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Jan. 17, 2021— Tonight is the last finals session of the 2021 January Pro Swim Series in Richmond. The timed finals of the men’s and women’s 1500 free, followed by the finals of the men’s and women’s 200 IM, 200 back, and 100 free will be contested this evening. After topping the women’s 400 free both here in Richmond and in the overall PSS results, 31-year-old veteran Ashley Twichell of TAC Titans will be featured in the women’s 1500 free timed finals. The women’s 100 free will feature last night’s 50 free champion Catie DeLoof while the men’s 100 free is stacked with sprint standouts Justin Ress ...

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Wash. State's Larson Hits 22.70 50 FR, 1 of 5 Pool Records in Dual with Utah
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Jan. 17, 2021— Team Scores The Utah Utes traveled to Pullman, WA to face off against conference opponent Washington State on Friday, January 15th. The Utes and Cougars each had 7 event wins apiece, but Utah won both relays, giving them an edge. In the process, the Gibb Pool record book was rewritten, with 5 pool records falling. 3 records came at the hands of the Utes, and the other 2 were broken by Washington State swimmers. Utah kicked off the meet with a pool record in the 200 medley relay. Emma Broome (25.51), Sadie Edwards (28.86), Emma Lawless (24.28), and Madeline Woznick (22.55) combined fo ...

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2021 Pro Swim Series – San Antonio: Day 4 Prelims Live Recap (Combined)
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Jan. 17, 2021— Due to a light three-event slate on Sunday morning, the men’s and women’s prelims will be combined for the first time in San Antonio. Things will get underway at 11 a.m. Central time. The final day of competition will feature the 200 IM, 200 back and 100 free, with timed final heats in the 1500 free swimming during tonight’s finals session. On the men’s side, we’ve got an interesting matchup in Heat 2 of the 200 IM, where three winners from the meet — Kieran Smith , Shaine Casas and Carson Foster — will all faceoff. 400 IM winner Chase Kalisz will headline the third and final heat. C ...

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2021 Pro Swim Series - Richmond: Day 4 Prelims Live Recap
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Jan. 17, 2021— It’s the fourth and final day of the 2021 Pro Swim Series kick-off, with prelims of the 200 IM, 100 free and 200 back slated for this morning. TIDE Swimming’s Samantha Tadder led prelims this morning in the women’s 200 IM, going 2:18.09. Breaststroke standouts Emily Escobedo and Miranda Tucker both joined her under 2:19, going 2:18.77 and 2:18.91, respectively. There was no Zoe Dixon , the 400 IM champion Friday night, as she’s focused on the 200 back today. After a 53.3 100m back last night that was the fastest time in both Richmond and San Antonio, Justin Ress will tackle the 100 free today.

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Duncan Scott Goes 48.49 For Second In 100 Free Rankings On Final Day Of Edinburgh International Swim Meet
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March 16, 2020— These are unsettling times but what does not change is the ability of elite athletes to produce world-class performances in the face of uncertainty. So it was at the Edinburgh International Swim Meet where Duncan Scott, Tom Dean, Adam Peaty, Luke Greenbank and Jacob Peters all stood atop the podium, rankings rattled. James Guy went 51.84 in the morning heats of the 100 fly before bypassing the final as planned, the focus now on the coming weeks with coach Dave McNulty at the National Centre Bath. Molly Renshaw and Jocelyn Ulyett had a last-length tussle as both women went 2:25 in the ...
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Chalmers Clocks 1:57 200 Fly/48.2 100 Free, McKeown 2:06 200 Back At NSW
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March 13, 2020— In the midst of swimming meets both small and large being cancelled or postponed around the world, the New South Wales State Open Championships are indeed taking place at Syndey Olympic Park Aquatic Center. As we reported, special instructions regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) were published prior to the meet, including advising against competitor handshakes during medal ceremonies, as well as keeping an eye out for unwell spectators in the stands. Also, this meet is being held against the backdrop that both the Australian Senior and Austra ...
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2020 Men's Pac-12 Championships: Day 4 Finals Live Recap
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March 8, 2020— The 2020 men’s Pac-12 Championships concludes tonight with finals of the 1650 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, 200 fly, platform diving, and 400 free relay. Cal has pretty much locked up the title at this point, with Arizona State in good position to take 2nd. Arizona and Stanford have an outside shot to take that runner-up spot. Arizona’s Brooks Fail will swim a double tonight as the top seed in the mile and the 3rd seed in the 200 fly. Cal’s Zheng Quah (200 fly) and Bryce Mefford (200 back) look to defend titles, but teammates Trenton Julian (20 ...
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Olivia Smoliga: "I feel like I really sunk my teeth into the race" (Video)
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March 7, 2020— In a hotly contested women’s 100 free final that saw four women break 54, Siobhan Haughey powered her way to the win in a time of 53.30, breaking her Hong Kong National Record of 53.32 set last June. Haughey lowers her season-best of 53.33 set in January to break out of a tie with Ranomi Kromowidjojo and take sole possession of fifth-place in the world rankings this season.
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Ryan Murphy | Katie Ledecky | Caeleb Dressel | Simone Manuel | Kathleen Baker | Ryan Lochte | Michael Andrew | Blake Pieroni | Matt Grevers | Zane Grothe | Farida Osman | Leah Smith | Grigory Tarasevich | Hali Flickinger | Kendyl Stewart | Regan Smith | Kelsi Dahlia | Townley Haas | Melanie Margalis | Jacob Pebley | Allison Schmitt | Lisa Bratton | Andrew Seliskar | Madisyn Cox | Ally McHugh | Jay Litherland | Siobhan Haughey | Alex Kunert | Marius Kusch | Beryl Gastaldello | Jacob Heidtmann

Ryan Murphy | Caeleb Dressel | Simone Manuel | Lilly King | Kathleen Baker | Ryan Lochte | Michael Andrew | Matt Grevers | Farida Osman | Olivia Smoliga | Margo Geer | Chase Kalisz | Leah Smith | Grigory Tarasevich | Michael Chadwick | Zach Apple | Hali Flickinger | Regan Smith | Kevin Cordes | Melanie Margalis | Bethany Galat | Jacob Pebley | Dean Farris | Cody Miller | Andrew Wilson | Nicholas (Nic) Fink | Lisa Bratton | Gunnar Bentz | Kierra Smith | Ali DeLoof | Brent Hayden | Andrew Seliskar | Madisyn Cox | Tom Shields | Annie Lazor | Siobhan Haughey | Beryl Gastaldello | Jacob Heidtmann | Béryl Gastaldello | Kasia Wasick | Esther Gonzalez | Will Pisani | Christopher Reid

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2020 Men's Pac-12 Championships: Day 4 Prelims Live Recap
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March 7, 2020— The final prelims session of the 2020 men’s Pac-12 Championships take place on Saturday morning, with swimmers set to compete in the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly. The mile will be swum as timed finals in the afternoon, with the fastest 8 seeds swimming at the beginning of finals.
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Grant Shoults | Reece Whitley | Michael Jensen | Daniel Roy | Ivan Puskovitch | Jason Louser | Sean Grieshop | Alexei Sancov | Hugo Gonzalez | Andrew Matejka | Colby Mefford | Brooks Taner | Quah Zheng Wen | Daniel Carr | Ryan Hoffer | Trenton Julian | Johannes Calloni | Bryce Mefford | Jack Dolan | Andy Song | Alex Liang | Victor Johansson | Alexander Colson | Ben Olszewski | Brooks Fail | Carter Swift | Cody Bybee | Evan Carlson | Jack Edgemond | Liam O'Haimhirgin | Tyler Klawiter | Marin Ercegovic | Paweł Sendyk | Thomas Anderson | Etay Gurevich | Brennan Pastorek | Sam Iida | Hank Poppe | Brendan Meyer | Jonathan (Jon) Cook | Karl Arvidsson

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Chadwick, Hayden, and Geer Swim 100 Free Time Trials on Friday in Des Moines
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March 7, 2020— In addition to the regular racing on Friday at the Pro Swim Series – Des Moines, there was a series of afternoon time trials. In fact, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at this meet all have time trials sessions, and we’re seeing bigger names show up for them than what usually happens at these Pro Swim Series meets. That includes a pair of US National Teamers and a Canadian Olympian in the 100 freestyles.
    100m Free Time Trials Results
  1. Michael Chadwick 49.03
  2. Brent Hayden 49.46
  3. Margo Geer 54.66
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2020 Pro Swim Series - Des Moines: Day 2 Race Videos
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March 6, 2020— The second day of competition in Des Moines featured the finals of the 100 free, 100 breast, 200 fly, and 400 free. Highlighting the evening was the women’s 100 free final, where Olympic champion and Worlds finalist duked it out after the first 50. Into the finish, it was Haughey who clocked in a new Hong Kong national record of 53.30 for the win. Stanford alum Manuel settled for second at 53.55.
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@SwimXps Great race video, Haughey vs Manuel at the Pro #swim series in Des Moines
  

Ryan Murphy | Katie Ledecky | Caeleb Dressel | Simone Manuel | Kathleen Baker | Ryan Lochte | Michael Andrew | Blake Pieroni | Matt Grevers | Zane Grothe | Farida Osman | Leah Smith | Grigory Tarasevich | Hali Flickinger | Kendyl Stewart | Regan Smith | Kelsi Dahlia | Townley Haas | Melanie Margalis | Jacob Pebley | Allison Schmitt | Lisa Bratton | Andrew Seliskar | Madisyn Cox | Ally McHugh | Jay Litherland | Siobhan Haughey | Alex Kunert | Marius Kusch | Beryl Gastaldello | Jacob Heidtmann

Ryan Murphy | Caeleb Dressel | Simone Manuel | Lilly King | Kathleen Baker | Ryan Lochte | Michael Andrew | Matt Grevers | Farida Osman | Olivia Smoliga | Margo Geer | Chase Kalisz | Leah Smith | Grigory Tarasevich | Michael Chadwick | Zach Apple | Hali Flickinger | Regan Smith | Kevin Cordes | Melanie Margalis | Bethany Galat | Jacob Pebley | Dean Farris | Cody Miller | Andrew Wilson | Nicholas (Nic) Fink | Lisa Bratton | Gunnar Bentz | Kierra Smith | Ali DeLoof | Brent Hayden | Andrew Seliskar | Madisyn Cox | Tom Shields | Annie Lazor | Siobhan Haughey | Beryl Gastaldello | Jacob Heidtmann | Béryl Gastaldello | Kasia Wasick | Esther Gonzalez | Will Pisani | Christopher Reid

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2020 Pro Swim Series – Des Moines: Day 2 Finals Live Recap
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March 6, 2020— The first full night of finals from the 2020 Pro Swim Series in Des Moines, Iowa is set to get underway, with the 100 free, 100 breast, 200 fly and 400 free on the docket. In this morning’s prelims , the standout swim came from Hali Flickinger, who lowered her #1 time in the world this year in the women’s 200 fly down from 2:07.65 to 2:06.78. Flickinger will have a great shot tonight to break the eight-year-old PSS Record of 2:06.76 set by Cammile Adams in 2012.
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Ryan Murphy | Katie Ledecky | Caeleb Dressel | Simone Manuel | Kathleen Baker | Ryan Lochte | Michael Andrew | Blake Pieroni | Matt Grevers | Zane Grothe | Farida Osman | Leah Smith | Grigory Tarasevich | Hali Flickinger | Kendyl Stewart | Regan Smith | Kelsi Dahlia | Townley Haas | Melanie Margalis | Jacob Pebley | Allison Schmitt | Lisa Bratton | Andrew Seliskar | Madisyn Cox | Ally McHugh | Jay Litherland | Siobhan Haughey | Alex Kunert | Marius Kusch | Beryl Gastaldello | Jacob Heidtmann

Ryan Murphy | Caeleb Dressel | Simone Manuel | Lilly King | Kathleen Baker | Ryan Lochte | Michael Andrew | Matt Grevers | Farida Osman | Olivia Smoliga | Margo Geer | Chase Kalisz | Leah Smith | Grigory Tarasevich | Michael Chadwick | Zach Apple | Hali Flickinger | Regan Smith | Kevin Cordes | Melanie Margalis | Bethany Galat | Jacob Pebley | Dean Farris | Cody Miller | Andrew Wilson | Nicholas (Nic) Fink | Lisa Bratton | Gunnar Bentz | Kierra Smith | Ali DeLoof | Brent Hayden | Andrew Seliskar | Madisyn Cox | Tom Shields | Annie Lazor | Siobhan Haughey | Beryl Gastaldello | Jacob Heidtmann | Béryl Gastaldello | Kasia Wasick | Esther Gonzalez | Will Pisani | Christopher Reid

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2020 W. NCAA Picks: Brown Eyes Elusive Individual Title In 100 Free
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March 5, 2020— Erika Brown has had an incredible rise over her four-year career at Tennessee. After being a relay-only swimmer at the NCAA Championships as a freshman, the Lady Vol broke out as a sophomore, winning three individual SEC titles and placing second at NCAAs in the 50 free and 100 fly. After anchoring the Vols to a national title in the 200 medley relay at last season’s NCAAs to go along with three top-five finishes individually, Brown helped lead the school to its first Women’s SEC Championship win.
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Auburn Commits Wingfield, Husband Sweep Individual Events at Arkansas 6A States
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March 4, 2020 ARKANSAS— The Bentonville High School girls and Conway High School boys earned victories at the 2020 Arkansas High School 6A State Championships. On the boys’ side, the battle for runner-up came down to the wire, as Central High School took 2nd with just 7 points over Bentonville High School. Conway’s Ty Wingfield swept the sprints en route to their team title.
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