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.
Nic Fink home like a freight train down the stretch to sneak by Will Licon for the 200 breast win in 2:11.28, with Licon just .02 back. Fink’s final 50: 33.20
Grothe, 28, finished in a time of 15:10.29, stacking up as his fastest swim since July of 2019 while also making him the second-fastest American this season
Smith’s 1:59.38 showing lowers his previous PB of 1:59.56, set way back at the 2017 World Juniors, and ranks him 13th in the world this season.