Follow along for live updates from the final day of the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships.
Tyler Clary’s namesake team were the biggest movers in the #Lan4 division on Saturday.
Many thanks to Scott Davis for these swimming photos.
8 things we learned from day 3 at the Pan Pacific Championships: streaks stay alive for Park, Americans
Tyler Clary kept the U.S atop the 200 back, an event the country has never lost in Pan Pacific Championships history.
2014 Pan Pacific Championships Preview – Men’s butterfly – Phelps comeback heads 100, tough Japanese crew leads 200
Can Michael Phelps further lower his world-leading time in the 100 fly, and will he be able to find his fastest swimming in the final, something he struggled with at U.S. Nationals?
Matt Grevers and Missy Franklin were the two highest-scoring swimmers at the 2014 U.S. National Championships.
SwimMAC Carolina won all three team titles possible at the 2014 U.S. National Championships.
Matt Grevers is in control of the individual high point award on the men’s side at the 2014 U.S. National Championships, but Tyler Clary still has a chance.
Tyler Clary says he has never been sharper and he is right: he crushed the entire race, more importantly, his second…
lary had a .03 second lead at the 300 meter mark. It came down to a 100 meter freestyle sprint to determine the winner. Coming off the final wall, Tyler Clary used his underwater to pull away, taking the win at 4:09.51.
Tim Binning noticed this reaction by Tom Shields on Friday night. Nobody captures the reaction shots quite like Tim Binning.
Coach Marsh breaks down SwimMAC Team Elites: Lochte, Clary, Lawrence and Adams.
Ryan Murphy taking off in the final of the men’s 200m backstroke. Murphy finished second behind Tyler Clary, earning himself a spot on the Pan Pac roster