The Top 6 From Indy, Santa Clara, and Austin (Combined Results)

With 2 Pro Swim Series meets and the Longhorn Elite Invite all being contested on the same weekend, some of the nation’s best swimmers and top international talent were all spread out across different meets.We’re just 3 weeks out of Olympic Trials in Omaha, and several Olympic hopefuls used these meets as their final tuneup before the big show. It also gave the American veterans a chance to compete with some of the swimmers they may be up against in Rio.

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. These lists also include times from the Tennessee Aquatics meet in Knoxville and the SwimMAC Road to Rio Meet.

For a comparison of the top 5 Americans in each event last weekend, click here.

Women’s 50 Free

  1. Arianna Vanderpool Wallace, 24.84
  2. Emma McKeon, 24.85
  3. Brittany Elmslie, 24.90
  4. Madison Kennedy, 24.97
  5. Olivia Smoliga, 25.07
  6. Farida Osman, 25.08

Men’s 50 Free

  1. Nathan Adrian, 21.68
  2. Anthony Ervin, 21.98
  3. Cullen Jones, 22.04
  4. Caeleb Dressel, 22.09
  5. Josh Schneider, 22.16
  6. James Magnussen, 22.19

Women’s 100 Free:

  1. Emma McKeon, 53.30
  2. Simone Manuel, 53.75
  3. Brittany Elmslie, 53.77
  4. Dana Vollmer, 54.17
  5. Arianna Vanderpool Wallace, 54.18
  6. Allison Schmitt, 54.30

Men’s 100 Free:

  1. Nathan Adrian, 48.17
  2. Santo Condorelli, 48.34
  3. Caeleb Dressel, 48.74
  4. James Magnussen, 48.99
  5. Kyle Chalmers, 49.16
  6. Josh Schneider, 49.19

Women’s 200 Free

  1. Emma McKeon, 1:56.36
  2. Leah Smith, 1:56.64
  3. Bronte Barratt, 1:56.65
  4. Allison Schmitt, 1:56.87
  5. Melanie Margalis, 1:57.33
  6. Maya DiRado, 1:57.70

Men’s 200 Free

  1. Sun Yang, 1:44.82
  2. Conor Dwyer, 1:45.41
  3. Kyle Chalmers, 1:47.64
  4. Townley Haas, 1:47.86
  5. Clark Smith, 1:47.97
  6. Zhi Yong Qian, 1:48.08

Women’s 400 Free

  1. Leah Smith, 4:03.33
  2. Jessica Ashwood, 4:03.91
  3. Bronte Barratt, 4:06.75
  4. Lotte Friis, 4:06.82
  5. Brittany MacLean, 4:07.18
  6. Lindsay Vrooman, 4:07.32
Sun Yang warms up at the Pro Swim in Santa Clara (photo: Mike Lewis)

Sun Yang (photo: Mike Lewis)

Men’s 400 Free

  1. Sun Yang, 3:43.55
  2. Conor Dwyer, 3:46.09
  3. Clark Smith, 3:48.08
  4. Connor Jaeger, 3:49.45
  5. Zane Grothe, 3:50.20
  6. Ryan Cochrane, 3:50.31

Women’s 800 Free:

  1. Jessica Ashwood, 8:18.14
  2. Lotte Friis, 8:24.33
  3. Leah Smith, 8:24.87
  4. Brittany MacLean, 8:27.32
  5. Cierra Runge, 8:28.64
  6. Andreina Pinto, 8:28.68

Men’s 1500 Free:

  1. Clark Smith, 15:08.59
  2. Ryan Cochrane, 15:09.97
  3. Jack McLoughlin, 15:19.15
  4. Kei Hyogo, 15:19.49
  5. Miguel Valenta, 15:24.43
  6. Kecheng Wang, 15:25.26

Women’s 100 Fly

  1. Noemie Thomas, 57.72
  2. Kelsi Worrell, 58.12
  3. Emma McKeon, 58.31
  4. Christina Bechtel, 58.73
  5. Claire Donahue, 59.06
  6. Farida Osman, 59.13

Men’s 100 Fly

  1. Joseph Schooling, 51.58
  2. Michael Phelps, 51.65
  3. Jack Conger, 51.72
  4. Santo Condorelli, 51.98
  5. Seth Stubblefield, 52.31
  6. Tom Shields, 52.33
Cammile Adams charging in the 200 fly (photo: Mike Lewis)

Cammile Adams (archive photo: Mike Lewis)

Women’s 200 Fly:

  1. Cammile Adams, 2:07.59
  2. Madeline Groves, 2:07.77
  3. Kelsi Worrel, 2:09.25
  4. Christina Bechtel, 2:09.82
  5. Hali Flickinger, 2:10.29
  6. Ella Eastin, 2:10.38

Men’s 200 Fly:

  1. Pace Clark, 1:56.97
  2. Jack Conger, 1:57.01
  3. Chase Kalisz, 1:57.34
  4. Kaio Almeida, 1:57.61
  5. Zheng Wen Quah, 1:57.64
  6. Gunnar Bentz, 1:57.70

Women’s 100 Breast:

  1. Sarah Haase, 1:06.31
  2. Katie Meili, 1:07.10
  3. Melanie Margalis, 1:07.26
  4. Molly Hannis, 1:07.72
  5. Andrea Cottrell, 1:07.95
  6. Jessica Hardy, 1:08.01

Men’s 100 Breast:

  1. Nic Fink, 59.93
  2. Cody Miller, 1:00.41
  3. Kevin Cordes, 1:00.51
  4. Josh Prenot, 1:01.15
  5. Will Licon, 1:01.36
  6. Azad Al-Bazari, 1:01.38

Women’s 200 Breast

  1. Melanie Margalis, 2:24.68
  2. Lilly King, 2:24.88
  3. Molly Hannis, 2:27.31
  4. Martha McCabe, 2:27.39
  5. Annie Lazor, 2:27.43
  6. Miranda Tucker, 2:27.47

Men’s 200 Breast

  1. Josh Prenot, 2:09.44
  2. Nic Fink, 2:09.89
  3. Will Licon, 2:10.68
  4. Chase Kalisz, 2:12.57
  5. Cody Miller, 2:12.74
  6. BJ Johnson, 2:12.92

Women’s 100 Back:

  1. Emily Seebohm, 58.96
  2. Olivia Smoliga, 59.41
  3. Hannah Stevens, 59.67
  4. Madison Wilson, 59.87
  5. Maya DiRado, 1:00.36
  6. Amy Bilquist, 1:00.45

Men’s 100 Back:

  1. David Plummer, 52.40
  2. Ryan Murphy, 52.76
  3. Mitchell Larkin, 53.32
  4. Matt Grevers, 53.54
  5. Jacob Pebley, 53.57
  6. Christopher Reid, 54.99

Women’s 200 Back:

  1. Emily Seebohm, 2:08.57
  2. Missy Franklin, 2:09.45
  3. Hilary Caldwell, 2:09.94
  4. Erin Voss, 2:10.12
  5. Minna Atherton, 2:10.83
  6. Dominique Bouchard, 2:10.87

Men’s 200 Back:

  1. Mitch Larkin, 1:55.38
  2. Ryan Murphy, 1:56.10
  3. Jacob Pebley, 1:56.38
  4. Sean Lehane, 1:58.24
  5. Arkady Vyatchanin, 1:58.40
  6. Jonathan Roberts, 1:58.74
Melanie Margalis in the prelims of the 200 IM in Mesa, Arizona (photo: Mike Lewis)

Melanie Margalis  (archive photo: Mike Lewis)

Women’s 200 IM

  1. Melanie Margalis, 2:11.25
  2. Madisyn Cox, 2:11.60
  3. Caitlin Leverenz, 2:11.65
  4. Karlee Bispo, 2:12.64
  5. Keryn McMaster, 2:14.04
  6. Kaitlyn Jones, 2:14.50

Men’s 200 IM

  1. Thiago Pereira, 1:57.77
  2. David Nolan, 1:59.40
  3. Jay Litherland, 1:59.93
  4. Gunnar Bentz, 2:00.06
  5. Will Licon, 2:00.41
  6. Conor Dwyer, 2:00.47

Women’s 400 IM

  1. Keryn McMaster, 4:38.83
  2. Caitlin Leverenz, 4:41.70
  3. Vien Nguyen, 4:41.92
  4. Brooke Forde, 4:43.11
  5. Emily Cameron, 4:44.67
  6. Kaitlyn Jones, 4:45.13

Men’s 400 IM

  1. Chase Kalisz, 4:11.51
  2. Jay Litherland, 4:13.93
  3. Gunnar Bentz, 4:17.20
  4. Mitch Larkin, 4:17.35
  5. Abrahm DeVine, 4:19.22
  6. Max Williamson, 4:19.45

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SwimCoachSean

You included Simone Manuel’s 100 Free from prelims (53.75) over her finals time (54.11), why not Nic Fink’s 100 Breast from prelims (59.93) over his finals time (1:00.13)?

Lauren Neidigh

I appreciate you pointing that out and will correct it. There were several meets with several sessions, so that one slid by me

Swammer

Missy is only on the 200 back

samuel huntington

Mitch Larkin with the 4:17 400 IM. very solid time, shows he’s very fit right now

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