The NorCal fun just keeps rolling at the George Haines International Swim Center as the U.S. Masters Swimming spring nationals closed out day 3. The buzz amongst crowd included a near-miss of the 100 free American Record by Nathan Adrian (41.13). But that wasn’t all there was; age group by age group the fast swimming continued and fun was there for the taking.
(Update: Adrian’s swim was originally reported as tying the American record at 41.08, but a statement from USMS on Sunday announced that this was a timing error, and his actual time was a 41.13. You can read the statement here.)
Here’s what sports photographer Mike Lewis pulled in through his lenses.