Not quite a half hour after their 200 IM final, Hosszu and Coventry were back in the middle lanes for a 200 back final.
Katie Ledecky of Nation’s Capital did what she does best
The much-anticipated showdown between Michael Phelps of North Baltimore Aquatic Club and Ryan Lochte of SwimMAC was an excellent race
Who knew that the race of the night would be the 100 free?
Louis Croenen of Belgium dropped over two seconds from this morning to beat out Tyler Clary, 1:59.61 to 2:00.23
While Josh Schneider might be a coach, he’s not done as a swimmer, and won the A-final by .01 in a time of 22.52
Cammile Adams ran down Katie McLaughlin in the final 50 to win with a time of 2:08.80 to 2:08.86.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace defended her top seed, placing first with a time of 24.84
Michael McBroom, winer of the 400 free at Mesa, describes his encounter with Katie Ledecky at training camp
Breeja Larson dropped almost three seconds from her time this morning to win the A-final in 2:27.82.
Hosszu won her second event of the meet, beating out Kirsty Coventry 1:00.72 to 1:00.89
Hear about Katie Ledecky’s training camp with the likes of Ryan Lochte and Conor Dwyer.
Katie Meili was on fire this morning with the best time (1:07.16) and only gained a tenth en route to a big win over a strong field
Leverenz, a strong breaststroker, couldn’t pull even with the Iron Lady, who took the win in 4:36.77