In prelims, Metella was already under the French qualifying standard for Worlds in this event, touching in 51.95 to clear the mark of 52.08.
Canadian Olympians Markus Thormeyer and Hilary Caldwell put on a show in the 200 back to open the session.
U.S. Olympian Abbey Weitzeil went head-to-head with fellow Cal All-Americans Farida Osman and Amy Bilquist in the 50 free.
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Conor Dwyer is expected to compete in his first full competition since Rio next weekend in Santa Clara.
Vestavia Hills, Alabama’s Jakob Icimsoy has verbally committed to swim for Arizona State University’s Class of 2022.
Swiss IMer Jeremy Desplanches once again made headlines as he landed on top of the podium.
The French added 2 more swimmers to their World Championships roster tonight: Beryl Gastaldello (100 fly) and Mehdy Metella (100 free).
After putting up a 2:00.11 in the heats, he’ll be chasing his own Swiss National Record of 1:59.35 in tonight’s final.
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