Chad La Tourette is five laps away from making the Olympics. It’s the 1,500-meter freestyle finals on the last day of the 2012 U.S. Olympic… Continue Reading »
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Continued from Part I La Tourette didn’t feel great in the water at the 2012 Olympic Trials. On the first day of the Trials, La… Continue Reading »
Stanford men’s swimming and diving was among the top teams in the nation last season, taking third at the NCAA championships. This year, with a new coaching staff, the Cardinal will look to maintain its status as an elite program and build on last season’s successes.
With the 2012 Summer Olympics in London fast approaching, a host of Stanford athletes have been competing in the trials for various sports in the hopes of fulfilling their Olympic dreams.
The Stanford men’s swimming team faced off against some of the best teams in the nation this past weekend, as three of the top six teams competed at the inaugural Pac-12 Championship in East Los Angeles. But none of those teams came even close to stopping the Cardinal from taking the 2012 Pac-12 crown and winning its 31st-consecutive conference title in the process
When the inaugural Pac-12 Swimming Championship splashes off today, the Stanford men’s swimming and diving team will begin the four-day quest to win its 31st consecutive conference title
Calling Stanford swimming and diving’s schedule for the next two days “action-packed” would be an understatement.
After almost three weeks of uninterrupted training, the men’s swim team traveled to Cal for a scrimmage-like meet against rival California on Wednesday. If ever there was a “friendly competition” between Stanford and the Golden Bears, this meet might have been it.