Previews & Recaps
Katie Ledecky was the author of four of the top ten swims of the weekend, ranked by FINA Points.
Relive all the excitement from Saturday night’s finals session in San Antonio, including Annie Lazor’s win in the 200 breast.
The last day of the 2021 Pro Swim Series in San Antonio will feature the finals of the 100 back, 200 breast, 50 free, 200 IM, and 800 free.
Wolfpack Elite’s Justin Ress has decided to scratch his top 100 back seed. Instead, Ress will contest in the 50 free A-final to close out PSS San Antonio.
Olympian Melanie Margalis won the 400 IM at the San Antonio Pro Swim Series by splitting the race 2:19 on the fly and back, and 2:18 on the breast and free.
Michael Andrew was out fast, opening the first 100 fly/back in a 54.75, and continued to stay ahead with a 33.29 breast, building a lead no one could catch
Regan Smith has been comparing this 2021 Olympic year to 2020, but she said realizing that the 2 are very different years is something she strives to see
It was tight into the last wall, yet Nic Fink pulled off an impressive closing finish to win the 200 breast at 2:11.92 in San Antonio
Lazor’s sub-2:24 effort in the 200 breast this weekend in San Antonio moves her up to 2nd in the nation and 9th in the world this season
Coming out on top again this weekend was Simone Manuel, swimming the only sub-25 time of the event at 24.70. That now moves Manuel up to 2nd in the nation
Maxime Rooney has a chance to make the U.S. Olympic Team in both races, but will swim only the 100 fly, his better individual shot, on Friday.
Stanford’s Brooke Forde, Cal’s Jason Louser and VTech’s Youssef Ramadan have all scratched their Thursday events following recent college championship meets.
Dylan Carter is among the big names who have pulled out of the San Antonio stop of the Pro Swim Series, per updated psych sheets released Tuesday.
The second Pro Swim Series of the season will begin on Wednesday and will feature World Record-holder Katie Ledecky among other National Teamers.