Beisel & Dwyer add to Arena Pro Swim Series points leads

At the halfway point of the 2014-2015 Arena Pro Swim Series, Elizabeth Beisel and Conor Dwyer maintain strong leads.

The former Florida training partners sit at 38.5 and 38 points, respectively, to lead the tours handily with three stops to go.

That lead for Beisel was despite swimming just one event in Orlando. An injury prevented the Florida Gator pro from swimming her usual tough schedule, but she did manage to win the 400 free. That’s important because second-place swimmer Caitlin Leverenz had a big weekend, putting up 11 points. She sits at 29 currently.

Dwyer, on the other hand, increased his lead over runner-up Tyler Clary. Clary put up just 3 points, while Dwyer racked up 10 – more than all but one other swimmer in the field.

The top male and female finisher at the conclusion the Pro Swim Series will earn a $10,000 bonus. The top American in each gender will also receive a 1-year lease of a BMW automobile.

Men’s Point Standings

Name Total Points Points
Conor Dwyer 38 10
Tyler Clary 25 3
Nathan Adrian 21 0
Connor Jaeger 20 0
Bruno Fratus 13 5
Miguel Ortiz 12 0
Junya Koga 11 5
Josh Prenot (A) 11 0
Michael McBroom 11 10
Cody Miller 11 11
Joao de Lucca 10 10
Ryan Murphy (A) 9 0
Andrew Seliskar (A) 9 0
Matt Grevers 9 1
BJ Johnson 8 0
Arkady Vyatchanin 8 8
Felipe Lima 6 1
Giles Smith 6 3
Ryan Lochte 6 5
Brendan McHugh 6 6
Sebastien Rousseau 6 6
Darian Townsend 5 0
Jack Conger (A) 5 0
Michael Andrew 5 0
Pavel Sankovich 5 5
Viktor Bromer 5 5
Mike Alexandrov 4 0
Bobby Hurley 4 1
Geoff Cheah 4 4
Kyler Van Swol 3 0
Marat Amaltdinov (A) 3 0
Ryan Harty (A) 3 0
Ryan Feeley 3 0
Tripp Cooper (A) 3 0
Andrew Torres (A) 3 0
Glenn Snyders 3 0
Andrew Gemmell 3 0
Alex Coci (A) 3 3
Erik Risolvato 3 3
Grigory Tarasevich 3 3
Michael Klueh 3 3
Guillermo Blanco (A) 2 0
James Wells 2 0
Nick Norman (A) 2 0
Lyam Dias (A) 1 0
Junya Koga 1 0
Michael Weiss 1 0
Frank Dyer 1 0
James Disney-May 1 0
Anton McKee (A) 1 0
Dion Dreesens 1 0
Jacob Pebley 1 0
Kristian Gkolomeev 1 0
Grant Shoults (A) 1 0
Michael Wynalda 1 1
Josh Schneider 1 1
Sean Mahoney 1 1
Luke Greenbank 1 1
Marcelo Chierighini 1 1
Robert Finke 1 1

Women’s Point Standings

Name Total Points Orlando Points
Elizabeth Beisel 38.5 5
Caitlin Leverenz 29 11
Dominique Bouchard 27 9
Katie Ledecky (A) 20 0
Melanie Margalis 19 8
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace 16 13
Hannah Miley 16 16
Katinka Hosszu 13 0
Katie McLaughlin (A) 11.5 0
Beata Nelson (A) 10 0
Margo Geer 10 0
Audrey Lacroix 10 10
Shannon Vreeland 8 0
Molly Hannis (A) 8 8
Kierra Smith (A) 6 0
Maya DiRado 6 0
Breeja Larson 6 0
Megan Romano 5 0
Micah Lawrence 5 0
Noemi Thomas (A) 5 0
Cassidy Bayer (A) 5 0
Farida Osman (A) 5 0
Alia Atkinson 5 5
Andreina Pinto 5 5
Hilda Luthersdottir 4 0
Victoria Poon 4 4
Mie Nielsen 4 4
Karlee Bispo 3 0
Zoe Avestruz (A) 3 0
Brooke Zeiger (A) 3 0
Becca Mann (A) 3 0
Marina Garcia (A) 3 0
Kaylin Burchell (A) 3 0
Natalie Coughlin 3 0
Sam Cheverton 3 3
Kristel Kobrich 3 3
Hilary Caldwell 3 3
Amanda Weir 3 3
Katie Hoff 1 0
Danielle Nack (A) 1 0
Lindsay Vrooman 1 0
Kiera Janzen (A) 1 0
Karlee Bispo 1 0
Taylor Ruck (A) 1 0
Katie Meili 1 0
Cammile Adams 1 0
Fiona Doyle 1 0
Joanna Evans 1 0
Katie Drabot (A) 1 1
Lauren Quigley 1 1
Courtney Harnish (A) 1 1
Svetlana Khakhlova 1 1
Simona Baumtrova 1 1
Danica Ludlow 1 1
Charlotte Evans 1 1

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