On Saturday in Pac-12 swimming, the University of Southern California  completed a perfect Arizona road trip, sweeping the Wildcats in Tucson, while the Cal women dispatched a challenge from the NC State Wolfpack.
The USC women came out on top by a score of 165 to 133, while the men won comfortably, 171 to 123.
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Cox did manage two wins, however, taking the 1000 (10:04.71) and 500 free (4:49.20), while teammate Katrina Konopka won the 50 free (23.08) and was second behind Hansson in the 100 free (50.75).
Olympian and World Record holder Cesar Cielo recently announced his intent to train through 2018, however he noted that he is not focused on Tokyo 2020.
"This is like a sweet, happy ending for me. I'm on the back nine of my career. Honestly, I don't see myself going to the next Olympics, so I'm just trying to enjoy each season I can get and see how far I can go… That (relay) medal was the only medal I was missing in my entire career."
A two-time Olympian, Cielo is considered to be one of Brazil's most accomplished swimmers. He holds three Olympic medals to his name, becoming the first Brazilian to earn gold with a top showing in the 50 free at the 2008 Beijing Games. He backed that up with a bronze in the 100 free. At the 2012 London Games, he added a bronze medal in the 50 free.
Additionally, Cielo is the world record holder for the long course meter 50 and 100 free. His times of 20.91 and 46.91 were both posted in 2009.
World Records Tumble Down Over First 4 Days of FINA World Masters Championships - Swimming World News
The 2017 FINA World Masters Championships splashed into action earlier this week and world records have been tumbling down! A total of 11 masters world records have fallen so far, with three days left in the competition.
Hungary's Valter Kalaus dashed to a new world record in finals of the men's 100 free, posting a record-breaking 53.66 for the title.
50-54 Age Group
Italy's Luca Vigneri grabbed the championship title and a new world record in the men's 200 back. He stopped the clock at a world record time of 2:16.87.
60-64 Age Group
Alexey Markovskiy of Russia turned in a new world record in the men's 50 fly. He posted a time of 27.91 to set both the world and championship records.
The USA's Dan Stephenson lowered the world and championship record to a time of 2:08.05 in the men's 200 free.
65-69 Age Group
Tim Shead, representing South Africa, delivered a new world and championship record of 2:39.69 in the finals of the men's 200 back.
Masters superstar, Laura Val of the USA, lowered the women's 100 free world and championship records to a swift 1:05.00.
80-84 Age Group
Hungary's Kati Flora posted a new world and championship record in the women's 200 IM, stopping the clock at a time of 3:53.63.
Bela Fabian, also of Hungary, turned in a new world and championship for the men's 100 breast, posting a final time of 1:34.43.
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FINA has voted to alter the rules that resulted in the disqualification of American Ella Eastin at the recent U.S. World Championship Trials and her losing a spot on the American team. At the FINA Technical Congress for swimming, several rules were changed, but the most significant of those was the alteration of the Lochte rule.
The new rules will go into effect 2 months after ratification – which means September 21st, 2017. The existing interpretation will remain in effect for the World Championships that begin on Sunday.