Yannick Agnel won the 1500 free over a pair of international distance stars – that means the Frenchman won the 200, 400 and 1500 frees and finished second in the 100 over the course of this weekend.
Although Tyler Clary (far left) is a scratch today, (L-R) Matt Grevers, Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley will all collide in the men’s 100 back on the final day of action in Austin, Texas.
Allison Schmitt went 1:57.71 to top Katie Ledecky in the 200 free, one of the closest races on the second day of the Austin Grand Prix.
After a great swim in the 100 free on day one, Simone Manuel is back again on Saturday for the women’s 200 free and 50 free.
NCAP’s Katie Ledecky will face her World Championships rival Lotte Friis in the 400 free on Friday night after the two took the 1 and 3 seeds in prelims.
Allison Schmitt doesn’t has one entry left on the 1st day of the 2014 Austin Grand Prix.
The last time Ryan Lochte competed was in Barcelona at the 2013 World Championships, where he won three gold medals.
Adam Brown and Cesar Cielo went nose-to-nose in the 100 free from the outside lanes, and Brown came away with the narrowest of victories. (Photo Courtesy: Greg Davis)
Day 3′s preliminary session at the 2013 Minneapolis Grand Prix featured a 14-year old breakout backstroker having another good swim.
Cesar Cielo, the fastest man ever in the 50 yard free, looked the part in prelims of the 2013 Minneapolis Grand Prix
Yannick Agnel enters the first day’s finals at the 2013 Minneapolis Grand Prix as the top seed in the 200 yard freestyle.
Minnesota’s Kiera Janzen looked very good in the first session of the 2013 Minneapolis Grand Prix.
Cesar Cielo was once the greatest show in yards. Looking rejuvenated, he returns to the course for the first time in over three years.
Allison Schmitt will instead focus on completing her studies at Georgia, and target to return to the Grand Prix Series in Austin in January.