2019 Pro Swim Series- Clovis: Day 3 Race Videos

2019 CLOVIS PRO SWIM SERIES

The highlight of the Friday finals session in Clovis goes to Luca Urlando‘s record-breaking win in the men’s 200 fly. Urlando took his second fly victory of the weekend with a lifetime best time of 1:53.84. Not only was that a new PSS record, but it also took down Michael Phelps‘ 17-18 NAG from 2003. While remaining the 3rd-fastest time in the world in 2019, Urlando has now become the #3 all-time American performer and #11 all-time world performer in the event.

Also moving up in the age rankings was 16-year-old Isabelle Stadden, who took her first PSS win of the season in the women’s 100 back. Stadden won the event in a barrier-breaking lifetime best of 59.71. Stadden is now the 4th-fastest 15-16 swimmer and 8th-fastest 18&U swimmer in history.

In the men’s 200 breast, the top 3 swimmers have all moved into the top 10 American times this year. Winner Daniel Roy is now the 5th-fastest American with his winning time of 2:10.43. Runner-up AJ Pouch swam a lifetime best of 2:11.06 to rank 6th in the US this year. 30-year-old Brandon Fischer and last night’s 100 breast champ smashed another lifetime best with his 3rd-place time of 2:11.91, now #9 in the US.

WOMEN’S 200 FLY FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Cammile Adams, 2012 – 2:06.76
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 2:14.59
  1. Kelsi Dahlia, CARD, 2:10.69
  2. Remedy Rule, UT, 2:11.56
  3. Lauren Case, UT, 2:12.13

MEN’S 200 FLY FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Li Zhuhao, 2017 – 1:55.29
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 2:01.19
  1. Luca Urlando, DART, 1:53.84
  2. Justin Wright, FORD, 1:58.61
  3. Ben Miller, TTSC, 2:00.41

WOMEN’S 50 FREE FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Sarah Sjostrom, 2016 – 24.17
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 25.99
  1. Catie Deloof, UN, 24.99
  2. Julie Meynen, FLNS, 25.08
  3. Mallory Comerford, UOFL, 25.21

MEN’S 50 FREE FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Nathan Adrian, 2015 – 21.56
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 23.19
  1. Bradley Tandy, PSC, 22.17
  2. Michael Chadwick, TE, 22.28
  3. Gabe Castano, MEX, 22.35

WOMEN’S 100 BACK FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Olivia Smoliga, 2019 – 58.73
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 1:02.69
  1. Isabelle Stadden, AQJT, 59.71
  2. Ali Deloof, TE, 1:00.59
  3. Catie Deloof, UN, 1:01.60

MEN’S 100 BACK FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: David Plummer, 2016 – 52.40
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 56.59
  1. Matt Grevers, FORD, 53.59
  2. Justin Ress, WOLF, 54.25
  3. Markus Thormeyer, HPVC, 54.50

WOMEN’S 200 BREAST FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Annie Lazor, 2019 – 2:20.77
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 2:33.29
  1. Sydney Pickrem, UN, 2:25.52
  2. Melissa Rodriguez, MEX, 2:25.54
  3. Esther Gonzalez Medina, MEX, 2:29.44

MEN’S 200 BREAST FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Andrew Wilson, 2018 – 2:08.95
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 2:17.89
  1. Daniel Roy, ALTO, 2:10.43
  2. AJ Pouch, TRA, 2:11.06
  3. Brandon Fischer, LAC, 2:11.91

WOMEN’S 50 FLY FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Farida Osman, 2019 – 25.65
  1. Kendyl Stewart, TE, 26.35
  2. Kelsi Dahlia, CARD, 26.38
  3. Louise Hansson, TROJ, 26.54

MEN’S 50 FLY FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Matt Targett, 2012 – 23.11
  1. Peter Holoda, PSC, 23.78
  2. Giles Smith, PSC, 23.95
  3. Ryan Coetzee, TNAQ, 24.14

WOMEN’S 400 FREE FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Katie Ledecky, 2018 – 3:57.94
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 4:16.89
  1. Erica Sullivan, SAND, 4:10.36
  2. Evie Pfeifer, UT, 4:11.77
  3. Claire Tuggle, CLOV, 4:14.77

MEN’S 400 FREE FINAL

  • Pro Swim Series Record: Sun Yang, 2016 – 3:43.55
  • 2020 U.S. Olympic Trial cut: 3:57.29
  1. Trey Freeman, BAY, 3:49.16
  2. Akaram Mahmoud, EGY, 3:53.94
  3. Chris Wieser, DART, 3:54.81

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cmiller

urlandos going to break the wr at the olympics next year

CraigH

It’s interesting to watch Louise Hansson in Long Course. She obviously has great underwaters and breakouts, but over the course of the 50 she seems to ride lower and lower in the water. I think this is probably something that is less apparently in Short Course, which explains her dominance there, but I wonder what she can do to make her Long Course game as good.

Rmb40770

Disappointing that the US World Team was selected last year. Lots of great talent left out this year.

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