While he plans to continue his swimming career through next summer, he hasn’t made any decisions on whether or not he’ll swim through the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Arizona’s Brad Tandy cracked the 22-second barrier to win the 50 free on night 5.
One of the highlight swims on the 2nd night of competition came in the women’s 400 free, where 16-year-old Erica Sullivan smashed the 4:10-barrier for the first time to take gold ahead of open water world champ Ashley Twichell.
Lochte, who stated that he’s only been training 1-2 times per week in one of his post-race interviews, is the reigning World Record holder in the 200 IM.
Check out all the day 1 action here, including Ashley Twichell’s victory in the 800 free.
In his post-Rio USA Swimming meet debut, U.S. Olympian Ryan Lochte swam to a gold medal and a Championship Record with his 1:59.2 in the 200 IM at the 2017 U.S. Open.
Furlong made a huge drop from his former lifetime best, which stood at a 4:04.06 from the 2016 Futures Championships, to win Saturday night’s final with a 3:57.00.
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On the women’s side, 400 IM champ Alina Faunce of T2 brought in another victory for her team with her performance in the 200 fly.
Gutierrez touched in 1:48.58 to take silver behind Texas’ Jeff Newkirk (1:48.17), clearing the Mexican National record in the event.
With his performances at the U.S. Open this weekend, Vyatchanin has a very good shot at being named to the 2017-18 U.S. National Team.
Olympic champion Ryan Lochte will swim in his first final of a USA Swimming meet since the Rio incident.
Indiana’s Ian Finnerty moved up into the top 6 of the National Team selection rankings on day 4 of the U.S. open.
Quass’ time drops throughout the season have been impressive, as her lifetime best was a 1:03.75 prior to 2017.
On the women’s side, a close battle in the 100 fly saw the top 4 finish within half a second of each other.