Swimming World Biweekly: Super Fast December



Swimming World Biweekly: Super Fast December

AT&T Winter USA National
Championships Day 1 Finals Recap
by Diana Pimer
All the action from night one including the 400
Freestyle, 200 IM and the 50 Freestyle.
AT&T Winter USA National
Championships Day 2 Finals Recap
by Jason Marsteller
The recap from night two including the 400 IM, 100 Butterfly and 200 Freestyle.
AT&T Winter USA National
Championships Day 3 Finals Recap
by Jason Marsteller
The recap from night three including the 1500
Freestyle, the 200 Backstroke and
the 200 Breaststroke.
Mitch Larkin Breaks 200 Back World Record, First Under 1:46
by Jason Marsteller
It took only 1:45.63 for Mitch Larkin to become Swimming Australia’s first individual world record holder in six years.
Texas’ Clark Smith Splits Way To 1000 Free NCAA, American Record
by Jason Marsteller
While pushing the pace early as part of the 1650-yard freestyle, Texas’ Clark Smith broke the NCAA and American records in the 1000-yard free at the 2015 Texas Hall of Fame Invitational.
Lilly King Crushes Amanda Beard’s 17-18 NAG Record in 200 Breast
by Jason Marsteller
Indiana’s Lilly King took down a 15-year-old U.S. National Age Group record in the 17-18 age division in the women’s 200-meter breaststroke en route to winning the national title at the 2015 USA Swimming Winter Nationals.
Cate Campbell Lowers World
Record in 100 Free With 200 Free Split
by Jason Marsteller
Sprint queen Cate Campbell created history in Sydney when she became the first woman to crack 51 seconds for 100m freestyle.
Reece Whitley Named Sports Illustrated’s Sportskid Of The Year 2015
by Jason Marsteller
Reece Whitley, one of the top national age group record breakers in recent memory, has been named Sports Illustrated’s Sportskid of the Year for 2015.  
What to Say to A Swimmer After
A Bad Swim
by Abby Boone
Every swimmer has come to the wall at the end of a race and been unhappy with their swim. Whether they are sad or mad, whether there are tears or frustration, each swimmer turns to their coach for comfort and counsel.
Cochrane Named Swimming Canada
Male Swimmer of the Year

Eight was a lucky number for Canada’s swimming star Ryan Cochrane in 2015. The 27-year-old swimmer won his all-time Canadian best eighth FINA World Championships medal this year, and for his efforts is being recognized with his eighth straight Swimming Canada Male Swimmer of the Year award.
FINA Announces Short Course
Return to 2016 FINA World Cup
FINA announced the 2016 schedule of the 2016 FINA World Cup circuit, and also revealed a return to short course meter racing. The circuit also will feature nine total stops.
5 Ways to Make It Through the
Mid-Season Grind
by Molly Lloyd
For us college kids, with the end of the semester and finals upon us, the swimming and diving season is reaching its midpoint and that can only mean one thing: the mid-season grind. 
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