Katie Ledecky has done it again.
After scratching out of the 400 IM, Stanford pro Maya DiRado found some outside smoke to win the 200 back
Phelps had a solid front half, but fell out of the hunt a bit at the 150-mark in what will be his only swim tonight
Cal junior Ryan Murphy was the runaway winner, going 1:55.99 after a great opening 100 split of 56.5
The men’s 400 IM felt a bit like a throwback to days gone by, with Ryan Lochte crushing the field to win comfortably
What looked like the closest race of the night turned into yet another Katie Ledecky blowout
Nathan Adrian is excited about more than just his win tonight in at 100 free at the Arena Pro swim in Austin
Josh Prenot was able to beat out the field, stopping the clock at 2:10.26, falling just short of the Lee and Joe Jamail Pool Record of 2:09.97, held by former longhorn Eric Shanteau
It was a 1-2 American finish in the 200m breaststroke on the women’s side, led by Bluefish Swim’s Laura Sogar
That time shaved just .01 of a second off of her morning swim, but is still the fastest since Vollmer returned to racing last year.
Swedish showstopper, Sarah Sjostrom, just threw down sheer speed tonight
30-year-old Michael Phelps raced his way to a solid win tonight, taking gold in the sprint fly event in a time of 51.94
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