Maya Dirado added her third individual event for Rio with a win in the 200 back with a new best of 2:06.90.
In the semifinals of the women’s 50 free, Anya Goeders of the Mako Swim Team in Indiana swam a big new best time of 25.16, which now ranks her third all-time for the 15-16 age group.
Katie Ledecky will go for a world record tonight, and with the way she swims her longer races, it’s hard to bet against her. If anything, she’ll add another time to the all-time top 10, where she owns all 10 times.
Kelsi Worrell, who qualified to represent the USA in Rio with a win in the 100 butterfly, has scratched the 50 free semifinals.
Connor Jaeger will swim the 1500 free this morning, looking to add another event to his Olympic schedule after his win in the 400.
Jacob Pebley has officially made the U.S. Olympic team with his 2nd place finish in the 200 backstroke tonight.
In a swim-off for the men’s 50 free final, it was New York Athletic Club’s Josh Schneider who was out like a rocket and won the race with a 21.84.
Park Tae Hwan is now eligible to swim in Rio.
Michael Phelps will swim the 200 IM final and the 100 fly semifinals tonight.
Katie Ledecky has cemented herself as the fastest all-time performer in the 800 free ten times over.
Nathan Adrian won the 100 free last night, punching his ticket to Rio, and he had a very smooth 50 free this morning at 21.96.
Caeleb Dressel (left) and Anthony Ervin (right) will swim 50 free prelims today and should find themselves battling again in the final.
Cal’s Josh Prenot rocked a new American record to win the 200 breast and guarantee his spot on the 2016 USA Olympic Team headed to Rio.
One of Brazil‘s premier female swimmers, Etiene Medeiros, has been deemed innocent despite registering a positive result for a banned substance earlier this month….
In a last-ditch effort to make the American 4×100 free relay, Michael Chadwick swam a 100 free time trial after prelims today, going 48.9.