NeverLasting Records US Olympic Trials Keep Getting Faster 19882016

NeverLasting Records US Olympic Trials Keep Getting Faster 19882016

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By Alan Karickhoff, Swimming World College Intern

While watching the U.S. Olympic Trials, there is a focus on the 50 meter splits and their proximity to the world record pace. This attention might distract many from the reality of U.S. swimming progression through the years. Often times, world records, American records, and U.S. Open records go untouched at Trials so it’s difficult to see if the sport is getting any faster.

It’s not until watching the Olympics through the T.V. that you’ll see many Olympians’ finger tips grazing the imaginary red line holding the world record pace. After an essentially complete white out of the world and Olympic records in the 2008 Olympic World Games, the 2012 Olympics were a bit of a disappointment.

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