Former Florida training partners Conor Dwyer and Elizabeth Beisel continue to lead the Arena Pro Swim Series with three stops remaining.
After missing the first two days of competition in Orlando, Ryan Lochte is expected to race on Saturday and remains on the heat sheets.
Gator Swim Club pro, and 2012 Olympic silver medalist, Elizabeth Beisel had to miss out on the trip to Perth, Australia…
Both Ryan Lochte and Cullen Jones from SwimMAC Elite are scratches for day two prelims of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Orlando.
During tonight’s Arena Pro Swim Series at Orlando, Elizabeth Beisel paid a visit to Rowdy Gaines where they briefly discussed…
Ryan Lochte will be a no-show at the first day of the Arena Pro Swim Series – Orlando, as he has scratched all of his planned events on the day.
Arkady Vyatchanin took second in series points last year while sweeping the final 8 backstroke races of the tour. He’ll try to come back from a foot injury with his 2015 debut in Orlando.
Pro Swim Series leader Elizabeth Beisel is scheduled to make the short trip to Orlando for next weekend’s meet despite suffering a groin strain in Austin.
Ryan Lochte is among the stars that are expected to headline the Arena Pro Swim Series stop at Orlando. Full psych sheets are expected out later this week.
Freestyle specialist Allison Schmitt has been replaced by Melanie Margalis in the most recent version of the start lists for the BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series in Perth, Australia.
Elizabeth Beisel is no longer listed on the United States’ roster for the 2015 BHP Billiton Aquatic Super Series meet.
After the Austin stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series, we have a new leader on the men’s side: Conor Dwyer.
Beisel pulled a 2nd place finish in the 200m back, a very solid in-season swim, 2:10.09.
Women’s 200 free – A FINAL (featured above) Women’s 200 free – B FINAL Men’s 200 free – A FINAL…
Josh Prenot had a major statement swim on day 2, beating Tyler Clary and Ryan Lochte for the 400 IM title.