Dean Farris Was So Tight, He Needed to Get “Dry-Needled” (Video)

2020 PRO SWIM SERIES – KNOXVILLE

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.

MEN’S 100 FREE

  • PSS Record: Nathan Adrian, 2016, 48.00
  • Trials Cut: 50.49

Top 3 Finishers

  1. Zach Apple (MVN)- 48.98
  2. Ryan Held (NYAC)- 49.09
  3. Yuri Kisil (CAN)- 49.48

50 free champ Nyls Korstanje took it out with the lead, but World Champion Zach Apple and Olympic Champion Ryan Held pulled ahead to battle for the win. Apple had the closing speed to win it, out-touching Held 48.98 to 49.09.

Canadian Olympian Yuri Kisil touched 3rd in 49.48, while Korstanje landed 4th in 49.52. Mikel Schreuders was just a few hundredths back in 49.58. U.S. National Teamers Dean Farris (49.74) and Justin Ress (49.81) were 6th and 7th.

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Yup
1 year ago

Is that what he calls it?

Steamy Deany
1 year ago

Always better to keep your needle wet

sven
1 year ago

Early April Fools prank from the man, Himself. No needle could ever pierce his flawless skin. What a jokester. Classic Dean.

Here Comes Lezak
1 year ago

Guys are we still doing phrasing? I feel like we should bring back phrasing

Joe
1 year ago

haha Steve you make me tight

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