Kevin Cordes’ 26.76 stands as the American Record, while Andrew has been 27.12 and Wilson 27.18.
Wilson posted a 1:00.45 to knock off Licon’s 1:00.96.
15-year-old Summer Smith dropped huge time to win it in 17:01.47.
Reilman’s PR of 1:58.87 was a best time, moving him right behind Clark Beach in the U.S. rankings.
Her 25.07 from January still stands as the world’s top time this season.
Margalis took a half second off of her season-best with this swim.
After a morning PB in the 100 free of 49.14 to lead prelims, Justin Ress will contest the race again tonight with the 49-second mark in sight.
This is her first time under 24 seconds in the 50 free this year.
Kelsi Dahlia’s 25.48 AR is in danger, thanks to, well, herself.
Sjöström also posted a 56.83 100 fly.
Lilly King is going to have to drop a 1:04 in Columbus if she’s going to steal back the world’s #1 100 breast spot from Yulia Efimova.
USA Swimming constantly has young swimmers cropping up to take place of seasoned stars, and that couldn’t be more true in women’s backstroke.
Katie Drabot is leading the chase pack behind the leaders of the industry, Katie Ledecky and Leah Smith.
His time of 1:57.19 in the 200 fly was four hundredths ahead of his own old PR and junior record.
Russian butterflier Svetlana Chimrova breezed by the field in the 200 fly at the 2018 Mare Nostrum stop in Barcelona, clocking a new best time and Russian record of 2:07.50.