Josh Schneider nearly snuck under 22 seconds in winning the 50 free this week at the Oxford Sectionals.
Nathan Adrian is the obvious favorite in 50 free, but he’ll lead a crew of heavyweight fighters into a race all about speed, aggression and power.
Josh Schneider stepped up to win the 50 freestyle, swimming a 22.17, which ties him for 19th in the world this year.
Jones is training harder than ever in the middle of an Olympic quad, using Mare Nostrum to find his nitro.
Hosszu, Schmitt, Schneider and Vanderpool-Wallace Race Videos & Interviews from the 2014 Arena Grand Prix in Charlotte
Race videos and interviews are courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam Partner.
Race video is courtesy of Universal Sports Network, a SwimSwam partner.
Katinka Hosszu is the top qualifier in three different events on day 3 of the 2014 Charlotte Grand Prix.
Josh Schneider and Madison Kennedy emerged as the winners of the 5th Annual Jax 50 event, winning the bracketed, one-on-one 50 free competitions.
Nathan Adrian threw down the fifth fastest time in the world this year, winning the 50 freestyle with a 21.73, not too far off of his personal best.
Adrian was first at the turn touching in at 23.00 on his feet. Ryan Lochte came off the wall with a great underwater dolphin kick, but wasn’t able to put himself in competition with Adrian, who smoked the rest of the field by over a full second touching the wall in 48.23.
Nicholas Norman is on the precipice of becoming the next great Mission Viejo distance swimmer.
Even swimming his 3rd round of the evening, Josh Schneider won the 50 free shootout on Saturday with an 18.96.
Dax Hill of SwimMAC Carolina had his best session as a pro on Friday night in Oklahoma City.
Dax Hill will be among the pros lining up for a big payday in Oklahoma City.
Katie Ledecky tore the old American record to pieces in the 1650, going an insane 15:15.17 to open up the night.