Michael Andrew Breaks Down Block of Consistent Training, Lifting More (Video)

2020 PRO SWIM SERIES – DES MOINES

Reported by Nick Pecoraro.

MEN’S 100 FLY FINALS

Top 3

After taking out an early lead, Michael Andrew slowly began to fade as Caeleb Dressel gained on him. At the finish, it was Dressel who blasted a 2020 top World time of 50.92. Meanwhile, Andrew’s second-place time of 51.33 re-set his PB from this morning, good enough for 6th in the world. German Marius Kusch set a season best of 51.68 for third. During prelims, Kusch set a World #8 time of 51.54.

Harvard’s Umitcan Gures won the B-final in a 52.69, touching out John Shebat (52.79) by a tenth.

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Lochted in the stall
1 year ago

MA made me realize something important: Corona virus is a conspiracy to destabilize the Olympics. The master plan all along is to have them cancelled, allowing for the ISL to sweep in and be the hero, delegitimizing the olympic movement, and providing our alternative.

Maybe Grigorishin has more power than we think…

JPswim
Reply to  Lochted in the stall
1 year ago

More probable is that Chinese started the Coronavirus to extend games beyond sun yangs ban.

Xman
Reply to  JPswim
1 year ago

Nailed it!

Mikeh
1 year ago

Excited to see how well he does this summer!

Intrigued
1 year ago

Would love to learn more about what their weight session looks like

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