Molly Hannis Explains How Small Changes Yield Big Drops (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


  • Pro Swim Series Record: Lilly King, 30.35, Charlotte 2016


  • Round 1: Molly Hannis set a new Pro Swim Series Record to win in 30.27. Also advancing were Katie Meili (30.74), Rachel Nicol (31.03), and Breeja Larson (31.24).
  • Round 2: Hannis (30.35) turned in another 30-low to lead the pack, while Meili (30.77) took the 2nd slot for the final.
  • Round 3: Hannis blew away the Pro Swim Series Record again with an impressive 29.71. That’s about 3 tenths shy of the World Record. Meili touched in 30.87.

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