Detti shut out the Lithuanian by a tenth with a 3:46.13. Detti and Rapsys have the second fastest time in the world, both swimming 3:43.36. China’s Sun Yang holds the top time with a 3:42.75.
Although he barely broke 50 in the 100m free in Indianapolis, it was a good sign for the Worlds medalist who’s still recovering from a recent surgery
After taking fourth in the 200 fly, Leah Smith picked up a silver just less than a second in the 200 free behind Oleksiak with a 1:57.84
Dahlia raced Sjostrom in both Guangzhou and Indianapolis, giving her good experience leading into the 2019 World Championships
Belgium swimmer Pieter Timmers did it again and won in another stacked field in the 100 free. Timmers dominated the field by a full second with a 48.36. Timmers maintained consistency from his Budapest winning time of 48.32.
With the inaugural FINA Champions Series coming to a close in Indianapolis, the media was very curious to see what the athletes thought of the series as a whole.
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Blume won with a season best of 24.08, still the third-fastest time in the world. Sjostrom remains on top with her 23.91 from Budapest.
Into the finish, Pebley defeated his former Cal teammate by 16/100.
After Matt Grevers went out fast with a 25.57 opening 50, Ryan Murphy took over with a scintillating final 50 (27.15) to win the men’s 100 back in a time of 52.99.
Lithuanian Danas Rapsys completely took over the men’s 200 free race on the back half, picking up his second straight win in the event for the series after losing a close battle at the first stop against Sun Yang.
Crowd favorite Cody Miller had a big performance in Champions Series debut, splitting faster than the rest of the field opening up (27.90) and closing (31.36) to win the men’s 100 breast in 59.26.
it was Team 4 consisting of Michael Andrew (49.87), Jacob Pebley (49.41), Kelsi Dahlia (54.18) and Ranomi Kromowidjojo (54.81) who ran away with the win in a time of 3:28.27
Russian Vladimir Morozov picks up the win in the men’s 50 free in a time of 21.65, edging out Michael Andrew (21.86) by just over two-tenths.
Lilly King had a phenomenal performance to take down Yuliya Efimova in the women’s 200 breaststroke.