Taking home court advantage for all it was worth, Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace doubled down as the sprint queen of the night.
As Baker was able to slip under the 1:00 barrier for the first time, she is now only the 10th woman in American history to do so
Katinka Hosszu continues her streak of dominance in Charlotte with her 3rd and 4th event titles of the weekend.
Chase Kalisz ran down Andrew Seliskar and Gunnar Bentz to sneak in for the win in the men’s 200 butterfly
Connor Jaeger and Conor Dwyer went head-to-head, creating the best in-season race I’ve seen in a long time from US distance swimmers
Cesar Cielo popped a quick 50 butterfly to win the event, posting the third fastest time in the world this year.
SwimMAC elite members Micah Lawrence and Cammile Adams both had standout performances in front of a home crowd and loved every minute of it.
Kelsi Worrell continued her meteoric rise to the top of the heap in women’s butterflying in the United States with a 58.86 to win the race in Charlotte
Katie Meili blasted through the women’s 100 breaststroke, swimming the fourth fastest 100 breaststroke in the world this year with her time of 1:06.50.
Natalie Coughlin explains reasoning behind 100 back time trial instead of competing in the event at the Charlotte Arena Pro Swim Series stop
Cody Miller threw down a big in-season 100 breaststroke to win with a final time of 1:01.04
15 year old Reece Whitley buzzed the 15-16 NAG record with a lifetime best time of 1:01.86 to win the B final
Michael Phelps won the B final with a final time of 1:49.12. Had he qualified for the A final this morning, he would have finished in fifth, just behind Lochte.
Chase Kalisz ran away with the men’s 400 IM, posting the 12th fastest time in the world this year of 4:14.56
Conor Dwyer powered through the men’s 200 freestyle to win the event