ATLANTA, Georgia, May 15. LAST month, the East Coast Collegiate Club Championships took place last month at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center with Colorado ending up victorious yet again. The meet, which is made up of swimmers connected to college club teams, but not their NCAA counterparts, has emerged as one of the more enjoyable fan experiences within the sport.
For the second year in a row, the ECC Championships took advantage of the self-serve option at SwimmingWorld.TV. Race footage from finals is uploaded, and ready for your viewing pleasure at the event coverage page.
A few races did, however, catch our eye.
Darton's TJ Bland turned up the heat in the men's 100-yard breaststroke to finish with a meet-record time of 54.60.
Men's 100 yard breast
Meanwhile, Florida teammates James Turner and Will Waters pushed each other to the wall in the men's 50-yard fly with Turner snaring the title with a 22.86.
Men's 50 yard fly
In another exciting finish, Princeton's Michelle Yakubisin touched out Colorad's Kate Booth and Margaret Fox with a 54.22 in the women's 100-yard free.
Women's 100 yard free
Also, Icelandic Olympian Sarah Bateman also competed at the meet for Florida. Make sure to check out her swims at the event coverage page.
If you are interested in filming your own meets, and hosting race-by-race on-demand footage at SwimmingWorld.TV, let us know. We are always interested in helping the swimming community be exposed to our users.