2015 Duel In The Pool: Day 1 Race Videos

2015 Duel In The Pool


Women’s 400 IM – Katinka Hosszu

Men’s 400 IM – Ryan Lochte

Women’s 100 Free – Simone Manuel

Men’s 100 Free – Nathan Adrian

Women’s 200 Back – Katinka Hosszu

Men’s 200 Back – Matt Grevers

Women’s 200 Breast – Melanie Margalis

Men’s 200 Breast – Cody Miller

Women’s 100 Fly – Jeanette Ottesen

Men’s 100 Fly – Tom Shields

Women’s 400 Free – Jaz Carlin

Men’s 400 Free – James Guy

Women’s 400 Medley Relay – C. Bartholomey, K. Meili, K. Worrell, S. Manuel

Men’s 400 Medley Relay – M. Grevers, K. Cordes, T. Shields, N. Adrian

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8 years ago

Man I feel bad for these Euro Stars…having their names being completely butchered by American commentators

8 years ago

I could watch shields under waters forever… AMAZING

Reply to  PKWater
8 years ago

almost as good as Cody Miller’s underwaters!

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8 years ago


Reply to  weirdo
8 years ago

Same with Gyurta’s second and third turn.

Years of Plain Suck
8 years ago

I’m curious about the pool setup. Correct me if I’m wrong, but I thought it was a FINA rule that lane numbers ascended from 1 through 8 moving from right to left from the starting end of the pool. This was reversed for the 2012 Olympics because of “television reasons.”

The Duel in the Pool has the same “flipped” lane numbers. Is the standard no longer a rule, or does each venue get to pick what they want?

8 years ago

w200 back title has the m200bk video under it~

also, these all star relays are awesome

8 years ago

Some observations: 1) Simone Manuel has the best post race reactions when she squints up at the scoreboard. 2) I love all of the colorful suits! They are a lot of fun! 3) It’s great to see Team USA bounce back a bit from Worlds. I know the competition isn’t as stiff but Team USA seems to be gelling well.

Gustaf Adolf Hjaltason
8 years ago

Womes Backstroke please.

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