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Here’s the best of the best (or just funniest) things that the top athletes in our sport had to say this weekend.
The leader of the 200 IM switched at almost every leg, but it came down to a battle between Madisyn Cox and Melanie Margalis where only 0.06 separated the two.
If you watched the 800 freestyle at Mesa, you watched two of the fastest 800 freestylers in the world compete between Katie Ledecky and Leah Smith
Chase Kalisz finished up the weekend in Mesa with 2 best times and 2 wins in the 200 fly and 200 IM
Leah Smith was second with a 8:27.55, which put her as seventh in the world rankings for this year
In the women’s 100 backstroke, Ali DeLoof made it look easy as she won by a second in a time of 59.43
Olympic gold medalist Matt Grevers of Tucson Ford Dealers won the 100 backstroke with a 54.15
Madison Kennedy comments on the new Pro swim schedule, Dana Vollmer’s start, and her homemade wedding dress (among other similarly enticing topics)
17 year-old Harvey finished with a 4:38.05 just ahead of Katie Ledecky, who swam a 4:38.16.
Jacob Pebley held on to his top seed from this morning winning the 200 backstroke by nearly two seconds.
A green suit meant she was having a boy, and a pink meant girl, and today in Mesa Vollmer walked out to the blocks in the green suit.
SImone Maunel blasted a 24.66 en route to a convincing victory in the 50 free in Mesa
At finals Kalisz completely separated himself from the field, swimming in clear water most of the race