Franklin and Phelps Highlight Field at Arena Pro Swim Series LIVE June 19-20 on USN

LOS ANGELES (June 17, 2015) – Universal Sports Networks will air exclusive LIVE television coverage of USA Swimming’s Arena Pro Swim Series from Santa Clara, Calif. this Friday and Saturday, June 19 and 20, at 8 p.m. ET. The four-day meet at the George F. Haines International Swim Center is the sixth and final stop of the 2014-15 Arena Pro Swim Series, formerly known as the Arena Grand Prix Series. Calling the action for Universal Sports are veteran play-by-play announcer Ted Robinson and analyst Rowdy Gaines.

 

Olympic gold medalists and world-record holders Missy Franklin (Centennial, Colo.) and Michael Phelps (Baltimore, Md.) are expected to highlight a group of more than 50 members of the USA Swimming National Team in Santa Clara.

 

In addition, Berkeley-based Nathan Adrian (Bremerton, Wash.), Natalie Coughlin (Vallejo, Calif.) and Anthony Ervin (Valencia, Calif.) of California Aquatics, as well as Tyler Clary (Riverside, Calif.), Matt Grevers (Lake Forest, Ill.) and Allison Schmitt (Canton, Mich.) are also scheduled to compete.

 

Standing atop the overall series standings are defending champions Conor Dwyer (Winnetka, Ill.) and Katinka Hosszu of Hungary who enter the 2014-15 finale in Santa Clara with 61 and 63 points, respectively.

 

Universal Sports is available on DIRECTV, DISH, Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS, Cox Communications, Bright House Networks, Google Fiber, and numerous regional cable and IPTV operators in markets across the country. To find Universal Sports by zip code, please visit universalsports.com

 

Swimming news courtesy of Universal Sports Network.

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bobo gigi

Why only 2 days out of 3 once again?

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