Nick Alexander and Baylor Nelson (pictured) dropped the 200 IM final in Richmond, where they were seeded 1-2 after prelims, to focus on the 200 back final.
After a 53.3 100m back last night that was the fastest time in both Richmond and San Antonio, Justin Ress will tackle the 100 free today.
Following a battle in the 50 free on Saturday, David Curtiss and Michael Chadwick are both looking to claim victory in the 100 free on Sunday in Richmond.
Sunday morning’s prelims session in San Antonio will be highlighted by touch battles in the women’s 200 back and the men’s 100 free.
Charlotte Hook (above) won the 100 fly and 100 back on Saturday in Cary, while fellow US National Teamer Claire Curzan topped the 200 free field.
Levenia Sim of TNT Swimming knocked over a second off of her best time to win the 100 back in Richmond and move to #5 all-time in the 13-14 age group.
In Richmond, Aiden Hayes (above) put down 2 lifetime best 200 meter fly times on Saturday, dropping 3 seconds from his personal best going into this meet.
After rocketing to a new best of 21.87 this morning in the 50 free, 18-year-old David Curtiss will try to go deeper under 22 tonight as the top seed.
Justin Ress of Wolfpack Elite dropped out of the 50 free final to focus on the 100 back, which will be a showdown with his WOLF teammate Coleman Stewart.
18 year-old David Curtiss hit a 21.87 personal best in prelims of the Richmond PSS this morning, becoming the fastest US swimmer in the 2020-2021 season.
Young sprinter David Curtiss is seeded in a tie for first in the 50 free, and he’ll race in heat one of the 50 free prelims this morning.
Aiden Hayes (above), Arsenio Bustos, and Garrett Boone all swam under 54 seconds on Friday evening in Richmond. That makes for a monster training group next fall.
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