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Taking a relative look at the dominating performance put on by Caeleb Dressel at the 2016 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships where he broke the American record in the 50 & 100-yard Freestyle, and the SEC record in the 100-yard Butterfly.
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An introduction to the seven levels of stress classifications adopted by USA Swimming, as
Comparing the world records from each of the four distinctive swimming suit eras to understand which events and swimmers benefited most from the ‘fast’ suits.
Analyzing the top five male finishers in each of the 100-yard and 200-yard stroke finals from 2010-2014 NCAA Division I Championships in an attempt to determine the most commonly used race strategy among the nations best swimmers.
Analyzing the top five female finishers in each of the 100-yard and 200-yard stroke finals from 2010-2014 NCAA Division I Championships in an attempt to determine the most commonly used race strategy among the nations best swimmers.
Now that the worst kept secret in swimming has been revealed and Michael Phelps is officially back in the water, let’s take a look at how his 100 Butterfly from this past weekend’s Mesa Grand Prix stacks up to some past performances.