Gunnar Bentz on UGA Training: “It’s been a war zone in Athens” (Video)

2020 PRO SWIM SERIES – DES MOINES

Reported by Nick Pecoraro.

MEN’S 200 IM FINALS

  • PSS Record: 1:56.32, Michael Phelps (USA), 2012

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Michael Andrew blasted out to a lifetime best in the 200 IM at 1:56.83, ranking 4th in the world this season. Andrew split the race 24.07/29.15/33.47/30.14, swimming his free leg within a second of his back leg.

Coming in for second with his strong finishing free was Andrew Seliskar, now ranking 9th in the world this season at 1:58.01. Germany’s Jacob Heidtmann finished in third place also under 2 minutes at 1:59.78, just making the top 25 times in the world.

Andrew is now the fastest American in the 200 IM this season, followed by Kalisz, C. Foster, Stewart, Seliskar, Casas, Lochte, and Prenot;

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Ghost
8 months ago

Not so sure they were all killing it? Wilson, Chase, Litherland weren’t stellar but good propaganda by Gunnar.

Konner Scott
Reply to  Ghost
8 months ago

I feel like he was talking about their practices. He talked about getting into “racing shape” immediately afterwards.

Ghost
Reply to  Konner Scott
8 months ago

That might be. I heard it differently and with only one more PSS meet, they better start racing more

Admin
Reply to  Ghost
8 months ago

There are 2 more PSS meets this season. Mission Viejo in mid-April and Indy in early May.

Ghost
Reply to  Braden Keith
8 months ago

I stand corrected. I thought just MVN

anonymoose
Reply to  Ghost
8 months ago

he heard that.
(sorry)

Anonymoose
Reply to  anonymoose
8 months ago

Did nobody get that or was it only funny in my head? lol

MIKE IN DALLAS
8 months ago

I wonder where Chase K. really is?
Haven’t seen him swimming in a while. . . .

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