Michael Phelps of North Baltimore, seeded second behind teammate Chase Kalisz after the morning’s heats, looked ready to take control of the championship final
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Kalisz closed the gap over the second half of the race and wound up getting to the wall just ahead of the world record-holder.
Plummer holds the second-fastest time in the world so far this season with 52.51 from the FINA Grand Prix in Dubai last week.
Another race, another pool record for NCAP’s Ledecky
Missy Franklin of Colorado Stars had a phenomenal finish to win the championship final of the women’s 100 back
Despite a hectic travel schedule for the past 2 weeks, Smith used international racing experience to rise above his stateside competition
Having a little fun now and then has obviously translated well for American Record holder Kelsi Worrell.
Defending Pro Swim Series champ Conor Dwyer is at it again as he claims his first series victory.
It was an exciting night for Phelps fans everywhere as the Olympic legend made his return to the pool in Minneapolis.
Since returning to the pool, we’ve seen Vollmer do some pretty incredible things.
Missy Franklin and Katie Ledecky lit the pool up on night 1 in Minnesota.
Conor Dwyer and Ryan Lochte put on quite a show in the men’s race, trading stroke for stroke over the last 50 meters.
Katie Ledecky had a busy night in her first big meet since Worlds last summer.
Indie Swimming’s Michael Andrew officially added his eleventh short course yards National Age Group record to the current books