Previews & Recaps
Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, and Nathan Adrian are all expected to make their long course return at the Pro Swim Series in San Antonio next week.
The top 4 finishers in the men’s 100 free from Richmond were faster than the San Antonio final. Meanwhile, Kathleen Baker’s 200 IM is now #2 in the world.
Ryan Held comes into the final of the men’s 100 freestyle as the top seed on the last night of action in San Antonio.
World record holder Regan Smith and men’s top seed Will Grant scratched the 200 back final in San Antonio. Smith was ranked 3rd after prelims this morning.
Kathleen Baker is scheduled to face the daunting 200 back/200 IM double on Sunday at the San Antonio Pro Swim.
Check out select race videos from this weekend’s Pro Swim Series meets in San Antonio and Richmond.
Stadden, currently in her freshman year at Cal, dipped under her swim from Knoxville last January by .01, a positive sign as we reset the Olympic year.
This was Baker’s third-fastest performance ever, having been 2:08.32 in the summer of 2018 and 2:08.75 in February of last year.
Weitzeil’s last long course 50 prior to this weekend came in December of 2019, where she went 24.70 at a time trial in Minnesota.
16:12.87 is the 23-year-old’s third-fastest swim ever, and quickest since August of 2019. It also makes McHugh the second-fastest American in 2020-21.
Class of 2013 Texas alumnus Austin Surhoff (above) posted 2 new lifetime bests to place 2nd in the 50 free (22.54) and 3rd in the 100 free (49.76).
Following an impressive distance session on night one of the Pro Swim Series in San Antonio, several athletes scratched out of races tomorrow morning.
The finals from San Antonio will be live on the Olympic Channel Friday, Saturday and Sunday night.