As if Ledecky didn’t already blow our minds with her scorching 53.75 100m freestyle, she turns right around and sets a new pool record in the 400m free event
When it was all said and done, America came out on top once again, winning the meet for its 7th consecutive time.
Hometown swimmer Claire Adams picked up third at 56.45 in the women’s 100 back
Katinka Hosszu added another US Open record and event win with her time of 2:03.66
Cody Miller finished with his second American record in as many days, winning the 100 breaststroke with an impressive 56.43
With new American and US Open records, Connor Jaeger won the men’s 1500m freestyle with his time of 14:19.29
Ranomi Kromowidjojo and Jeanette Ottessen held of the American sprinters to earn 8 points for the European Stars
Courtney Bartholomew stepped up for Team USA, however, winning the event with a new American record of 55.92
Franklin managed to sneak her hand on the wall first for first place points and a new US Open record at 1:52.74 in the 200 free.
Did you notice Ryan Lochte trying out his new strategy for the “Lochte Turn” in the 200 free?
Matt Grevers can add another World Record to his resume!
He loves training and putting the work in, and he’s grateful for every opportunity that he gets. That outlook is the real secret to Rooney’s success.
Stanford freshman Ella Eastin is the perfect example of how young athletes should be approaching their respective sports
Even though the olympic champ didn’t pull off a win in front of his home crown tonight, Nathan Adrian was still more than elated to have them on his side
This may well end up being the race of the night. Matt Grevers of Tucson Ford took it out early and looked like he was in control