Thanks to BridgeAthletic, our Pan Pacific Championships event partner, we feature Nathan Adrian’s favorite exercises. Nathan’s top three “Bridge exercises” are the Weighted Pull Up, the Hex Bar Dead Lift and the Disc Freestyle Slide.
See full day 2 finals heat sheets here. There will be thick competition during Friday’s finals at the 2014 Pan…
Nathan Adrian beat defending World Champ James Magnussen for the top seed in the men’s 100 free. Both men were flirting with the 48-second barrier this morning.
Michael Phelps makes his return to international competition in Australia this week. Get the scoop on what to watch for at the Pan Pacific Championships here.
Michael Phelps will swim 5 individual races at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships, according to psych sheets that were released…
Nathan Adrian talks with TeamUSA.org about his preparations at the 2014 U.S. National Championships.
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James Magnussen and the Australians went 1-2-3 at the Commonwealth Games in the 100 free. Can Nathan Adrian and the Americans stop their momentum in the Land Down Under?
To wrap up the 2014 US National Championships, Anthony Ervin won the men’s 50 free, securing his spot on the 2014 Pan Pacs team. He touched the wall for the win at 21.55, followed by Nathan Adrian at 21.69. Cullen Jones reached in for third, earning the final spot on the Pan Pac team. Josh Schneider finished fourth with his time of 21.88.
American star Missy Franklin is among the headliners of the 2014 U.S. Pan Pacs team.
Phelps was 7th in the 100m free, but will have another shot to swim the race in a Pan Pac prelim provided he makes the US Team, which is expected.
Missing your wall in a race is not fun, something all swimmers understand. Your coach giving you a hard time about it…that’s fun….and priceless!
Nathan Adrian worked his way into the finish to win the race with a time of 48.31.
Ryan Lochte reached in from Lane 8 to finish second with his time of 48.96.
Adrian wins 100 free, but he’s not happy with his time…or the times of all top-8 finishers, said “We were all slow. We are all capable of much faster swims.”