Previews & Recaps
We’ve put together a list of the top 6 swimmers in each race across all of last weekend’s big meets to compare where the swimmers are at as they head towards Trials and this summer’s Olympic Games.
Because the top swimmers in the nation are spread out this weekend, we’ve put together a list of the top 5 Americans in each race across all 3 meets to compare where the swimmers are at as they head towards Trials.
This weekend in Santa Clara, Team USA’s Ryan Murphy and Australia’s Mitch Larkin gave us a preview of a potential rivalry in the backstroke events in Rio.
Simone Manuel put up a season best 53.75 this morning, and is the top seed of a stacked A final tonight.
Nathan Adrian posted a solid 48.17 during this morning’s 100 free prelims, but won’t be back to swim it tonight.
After a quick swim this morning, top seed Simone Manuel was unable to improve and fell back behind 54 seconds. She ended up third in 54.11.
The Aussies backstroke ace, Mitch Larkin, competed in Santa Clara this weekend, making his debut on US soil
Though catching Australia may be out of the question for any relay in Rio, the Americans now have at least four big talents with a shot to challenge for 52-second splits
The current junior world record-holder, American Maxime Rooney, was fifth in 1:48.85
Thiago Pereira did not play around, jumping out to a huge lead right off the bat, swimming a very strong 1:57.77 for the win in the 200 IM in Santa Clara
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Australian Jessica Ashwood broke her own 800 free national record in Santa Clara with a scorching time of 8:18.14.
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Josh Prenot’s consistency in the 200 breast has moved him to the front of the pack of contenders for the two spots on the US Olympic team.