16-year-old Jo Jo Ramey lowered her best time down to 2:08.90 in second, moving up from 11th to sixth in the 15-16 age group.
6th-place 100 freestyler Ryan Held is probably going to miss the U.S. Olympic team. His qualification now depends almost entirely on Bowe Becker’s 50 free.
Caeleb Dressel has a big night ahead of him in Omaha, with the 100 fly final scheduled just 41 minutes before his 50 free semi.
15-year-old Katie Grimes of the Sandpipers of Nevada dropped 11 seconds to surge to an Olympic berth with the #3 swim in 15-16 history – behind two legends.
Alabama’s Rhyan White upset world record-holder Regan Smith to win U.S. Olympic Trials in the 200 back. Her time moves her to #3 all-time among Americans.
Every final tonight features a world record-holder… but also a wide open battle for the second likely Olympic-qualifying spot.
Mefford came back in 29.46, the fastest in the field, to take second in 1:54.79, a massive best time for the Cal Berkeley senior
Without swimming in the final, Summer McIntosh may have nabbed a spot on the Canadian Olympic squad in the women’s 400 freestyle.
9th place finisher Katharine Berkoff was bumped into the women’s 200 back final tonight after #8 seed Hali Flickinger scratched the race.
Kylie Masse moves to #2 in the world this year in the 100 back, and #3 all-time, with a 57.70 at today’s Canadian Olympic Trials.
Ryan Held is one of the 13 relay-only swimmers on Team USA’s Olympic roster so far. He has a chance to make an individual event in the 50 free.
Bacon clocked 2:07.46 from the first semi, her second-fastest swim ever, and 16-year-old Jo Jo Ramey lowered her best time down to 2:08.90 in second
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