Sanchez has had a whirlwind year, dropping best times seemingly every time she hits the pool
While Margo Geer looked strong into the last 15 meters, Simone Manuel had the stronger last stroke to out-touch Geer by 0.03. Manuel won the event in a 24.75, Geer took second in a 24.78.
Cal Aquatics’ Dana Vollmer, on her comeback tour, was 59.27. That’s a tenth faster than she was at her first meet back, the 2018 Winter Nationals last month
Former Florida Gator Natalie Hinds is finding success well after her collegiate career has ended.
Flickinger went on to win by over 5 seconds with a blistering 2:07.21.
After breaking Junya Koga’s meet record this morning, Michael Andrew was the champion tonight. Though he was a touch off of his time this morning, Andrew fought back against a great start from Murphy, and finished on top, 24.73 to 24.95.
Knoxville 200 free champ Joao De Lucca was not so long ago not even sure he would ever swim another 200 free
mentioned taking a break from the sport and going forward with no expectations as factors leading to her success thus far
It was a tight field stacked with some of the U.S.’s best breaststrokers, but Andrew Wilson hung on with a 1:00.57
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Katie Ledecky got out to a lead and just ran away with this one with nobody coming close
After a beautiful underwater, Olivia Smoliga held strong and posted a 27.85, the only finisher under 28.
Anton Ipsen of Wolfpack Elite completely ran away with it, finishing almost half a pool length ahead of the next-best swimmer
Thinking the event was slowest to fastest, Mahmoud ended up nearly missing his event and was only able to warm up for less than 5 minutes
Ashley Twichell of TAC Titans shot out to the lead and didn’t look back, claiming the quickest time out of the first heat