Two athletes known for their endurance topped the money lists at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara, with Connor Jaeger leading all men and Katinka Hosszu topping the women.
Day four of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara ended the 2015 series, and gave way to some very big swims. Here are five things we noticed:
Connor Jaeger (pictured) went a season-best to win the 1500 free Sunday night, picking up his third win of the weekend and improving his third-ranked time in the world this year.
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Katinka Hosszu won the 200 fly and 100 back on day 3, and added a fourth-place finish in the 400 free to a busy, but lucrative day in Santa Clara.
Natalie Coughlin absolutely zoomed this race, going a 27.51 to destroy her own personal best and break the American Record at the same time.
Michael Phelps hasn’t broken two minutes in the 200 fly since the 2012 Olympic Games.
The fast rise of Cody Miller continues, with the IU grad putting up his third-ever sub-minute 100 breast and his lifetime-best in a dominant win.