Prenot touched in for gold in 2:07.17 to put up the second fastest performance ever only behind world record holder Akhiro Yamaguchi.
With a 33.04 split on the final 50, Adams sealed the deal.
It was an absolute dog fight in the men’s 100m freestyle to say the least, and reigning Olympic gold medallist Nathan Adrian managed to come out on top.
It was a star studded morning for Day 5 of Olympic Trials
From newly minted Olympians to swimmers who are still chasing the dream, see what your favorite athletes had to say after their races on Day 4
Ervin faded to second behind Held with a 48.71, and goes into the final as the fifth seed overall.
Cierra Runge powered through the last 100 of last night’s 200 Freestyle to touch the wall 5th and give her an Olympic birth
Allison Schmitt raced her way to a 4th place finish in tonight’s 200 freestyle, giving the North Baltimore native a third Olympic birth.
Nathan Adrian made an absolute statement in the men’s 100m freestyle; the reigning Olympic champion in the 100m freestyle has no plans to lose this final tomorrow night.
Melanie Margalis not only started the night with a 6th place finish in the 200 Free, most likely giving her a spot on the 800 free relay, but also finished second in the 200 IM, securing her ticket to Rio.
Tom Shields moved up a spot from his semi swim and held on at the end of the 200 fly to punch his ticket to Rio and become a first time Olympian
Katie Ledecky scored her 2nd individual Olympic bid tonight as she dominated the 200 freestyle
After the turn Ledecky was out in front, but Franklin came on strong to pass a charging Schmitt. Ledecky touched first in 1:54.88, Franklin was second in 1:56.18.
Michael Phelps will be heading to his fifth Olympic Games after a first place finish in the 200m butterfly.
Reece Whitley is a force to be reckoned with, and has the confidence that many young swimmers are displaying in their exceptional performances this week in Omaha