Medley Makeover From Chase Kalisz & Caeleb Dressel Halts A Longhorn Bull Run

Chase Kalisz - by Patrick B. Kraemer

It was the first and most dominant win of the third day of action at the D1 men’s swimming and diving championships at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis: Olympic silver medallist Chase Kalisz, of Georgia, cracked out an American and NCAA record of 3:33.42 in the 400y medley almost three secinds clear of next home…

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It was the first and most dominant win of the third day of action at the D1 men’s swimming and diving championships at the IU Natatorium in Indianapolis: Olympic silver medallist Chase Kalisz, of Georgia, cracked out an American and NCAA record of 3:33.42 in the 400y medley almost three secinds clear of next home… […]

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