Worrell’s last 50 was fast, in fact she split under 30-seconds coming home with a swift 29.97 split to secure her first place position.
As expected, Kevin Cordes touched the wall ahead of the rest of the field in order to secure their spot on the American Olympic team.
Katie Ledecky is going to be the headline of every article related to swim trials tonight.
There was quite the show in Omaha on Day 2 of the Olympic Trials. See what the athletes had to say about it!
After making top 8 in the 400 IM, Tyler Clary scratched out of finals for last night. However, he is vying for a spot on the 800 Free Relay in Rio
Despite a slow start, Missy Franklin came back to win heat 15 in a time of 1:00.35.
Kevin Cordes came back with an unreal last 50 to break Eric Shanteau’s American record as well as Mark Gangloff’s U.S Open and U.S Nationals record.
Clark Smith was out like a rocket right from the get-go in this race with only one plan in mind: to hold on
Michael Andrew not only went another lifetime best with 59.85, but also advanced to the Finals of the Men’s 100 Breaststroke
The much anticipated Kelsi Worrell–Dana Vollmer showdown might be closer than anticipated
Dwyer’s 3:44 in the 400 free was good enough for a best time, as well as a second Olympic birth in as many Trials’
Vollmer dominated the semifinals with a 56.90 performance.
Litherland touched in at 4:11.02 to deny multi-time Olympic medallist Lochte a spot on the 2016 Olympic team.
Maya DiRado of Stanford punched in her ticket to the 2016 Rio Olympic Games with a very strong 4:33.73 performance in the 400m IM
Connor Jaeger roared to a convincing win in the last 50 of tonight’s 400 Freestyle