Nathan Adrian 100 Free Post Race Interview – 2014 Santa Clara Grand Prix

2014 Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara

Men’s 100 Freestyle – FINALS

Phelps stays underwater much longer than most sprint freestylers, but it appeared to work for him. Nathan Adrian was out first at the wall in 22.96 and stayed ahead to win the race with a time of 48.17. Michael Phelps had the advantage of being next to Nathan Adrian’s tsunami of a wake, swimming into second place with a 48.80. Both Adrian and Phelps were more than a second faster than they were this morning. Conor Dwyer fell one position from this morning to finish third with a time of 49.76. Adam Brown and Yannick Agnel were also able to sneak under the 50 second barrier for 4th and 5th.

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9 years ago

Very good races form Adrian in June so far ! a couple of 48’s and a couple of 21’s ; he will be faster this summer for Nationals and Pan Pacs .
Predictions : 47.6 and 21.4

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