Nathan Adrian: “We Got Into it Pretty Quick This Fall” (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


  1. GOLD: Nathan Adrian, Cal, 18.77
  2. SILVER: Michael Andrew, RPC, 19.17
  3. BRONZE: Andrej Barna, Louisville, 19.44

Olympic champ Nathan Adrian topped the field with an 18.77, shaving 4 hundredths off his former Meet Record and matching Caeleb Dressel’s Pool Record. Behind him, fellow U.S. National teamer Michael Andrew picked up a new best time with his 19.17 for the silver. Louisville’s Andrej Barna rounded out the medals in 19.44. Barna’s time puts him just a hundredth shy of the 2017 NCAA invite time and clipped his former best by a few hundredths.

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This guy is still impressively fast in yards !!!


“We’re so-ons of California, a no-ble company… We sons of Ca-li-for-ni-a fight on to victory…”

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