Poll of the Week – Most Impressive Performance – Video


PHOENIX – This is the Poll of the week for Wednesday April 1, 2015 sponsored by Strechcordz Swim Training Products. In our last poll, we wanted to know how you felt about Michael Phelps DUI punishment and the thought of him returning to the World Championship roster. Looking back, as part of Michael’s DUI suspension, he withdrew from the team that will compete in Russia this upcoming July.

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Well voters had some pretty strong feelings. Just over half of the voters with 51% said Michael’s suspension was fair but he should still be allowed to compete at Worlds. 21% said his suspension was extreme but he should compete. On the flip side, 20% said the suspension was fair but he should not race in Russia and the remaining 8% think Phelps should have received a more severe punishment. Thank you voters for weighing on the matter. Swimming World will update the community if USA Swimming makes any changes to their roster.

In this week’s poll, we want to relive the NCAA championships that concluded earlier this month. First, we will focus on the women. With many impressive swims, the women’s meet clocked 5 American and NCAA records making several women the fastest to have ever swum these events in short course yards. We want to know, which American record do you think was the most impressive performance? The options are Simone Manuel reclaiming her American record in the 100 Free with a 46.09, Missy Franklin, the first woman under 1:40 in the 200 Free: 1:39.1, Kelsi Worrell’s 100 Fly: 49.81 besting Natalie Coughlin’s 13 year old record and breaking the 50 second barrier, the Stanford 400 Medley Relay: 3:26.41 or Stanford’s 400 Free Relay: 3:08.54. Please weigh in and vote on SwimmingWorld.com. This time next week we will deliver the results. Thanks for watching the Poll of the Week.