Michael Andrew Scratches 100 Back and 200 Breast at San Antonio Pro Swim Series


  • March 30th – April 2nd, 2022
  • Northside Swim Center, San Antonio, Texas (CDT)
  • Prelims 9AM /Finals 6PM (CDT)
  • Long Course Meters (50m)
  • Meet Central
  • Psych Sheet
  • Results can be found on Meet Mobile under “2022 TYR Pro Swim Series – San Antonio”

Friday Prelims Heat Sheets

The 200 fly, 50 free, 100 back, 200 breast, and 400 free are on the menu for Friday’s prelims session at the San Antonio Pro Swim Series.

Olympic medalist Michael Andrew scratched both the 100 back and 200 breast to focus on the 50 free where he is seeded 2nd.  He was ranked 2nd in the 100 back and 5th in the 200 breast. Andrew is coming off a win in the 100 breast finals last night by .29 and an 8th place finish in the 100 fly final.

Adriel Sanes had a similar strategy to Andrew, scratching the 200 breast to focus on his 50 free.

Other highly ranked scratches include #3 Nicolas Albeiro in the 200 fly, #5 Kathleen Baker in the 100 back, and #7 Defne Tacyildiz. They had no other entries for this session. Olivia Bray scratched the 200 fly where she is ranked 9th to focus on the 100 back where she is also seeded 9th.

Full List of Scratches

Women’s 200 fly

Men’s 200 fly

Women’s 50 free

Men’s 50 free

Women’s 100 back

Men’s 100 back

Women’s 200 breast

Men’s 200 breast

Women’s 400 free

Men’s 400 free

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1 year ago

April fools

1 year ago

Assuming Kathleen Baker isn’t swimming this weekend? Where has she been training?

Reply to  Ghost
1 year ago

She’s at the mission viejo meet. She’s about to get married. Been bouncing around from NC and Cali.

1 year ago

Ha! Good April 1st.

Ledecky forever
Reply to  Emg1986
1 year ago

They fooled me

Ledecky forever
1 year ago


50 free is shorter than 100m back and 200 breast.

Sun Yangs Hammer
Reply to  Ledecky forever
1 year ago

However his 50 free in the 200im looks longer than a 200 breast

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