Olympic gold medalist Matt Grevers of Tucson Ford Dealers won the 100 backstroke with a 54.15
Madison Kennedy comments on the new Pro swim schedule, Dana Vollmer’s start, and her homemade wedding dress (among other similarly enticing topics)
17 year-old Harvey finished with a 4:38.05 just ahead of Katie Ledecky, who swam a 4:38.16.
Jacob Pebley held on to his top seed from this morning winning the 200 backstroke by nearly two seconds.
A green suit meant she was having a boy, and a pink meant girl, and today in Mesa Vollmer walked out to the blocks in the green suit.
SImone Maunel blasted a 24.66 en route to a convincing victory in the 50 free in Mesa
At finals Kalisz completely separated himself from the field, swimming in clear water most of the race
Olympian Katie Ledecky didn’t let a tough double stop her tonight
Coming off of a fifth place finish in the 100 freestyle just an hour or so earlier, Kelsi Worrell swam to her first individual win at Mesa in the 100 Fly
Tonight, Josh Prenot dropped 4.25 seconds in finals as he swam to a first place finish with a 2:10.47 – nearly a second faster than anyone else
Coming off of a fast morning swim of 54.02 in the 100 freestyle, Simone Manuel didn’t disappoint in finals
It was Tom Shields‘ underwater coming off of the 50m mark of the 100 fly that separated him from the field. He won the event with a 52.42.
Katie Ledecky moved to #1 in the world ranks in the 400 freestyle today in Mesa
Entering tonight as the third seed, 2012 Olympic champ Nathan Adrian took the victory over Joao De Lucca by a second and a half
Katie Meili used her easy speed to get out front early and hold off a late charge from Melanie Margalis and Madisyn Cox to take the 200 Breast in Mesa