Cordes broke the U.S. Open Record for the 2nd time today, winning the race in 26.88 ahead of Andrew Wilson (27.18) and Cody Miller (27.24).
On night 3 of the 2017 U.S. Nationals/World Championships Trials, Olympic breaststroke champ Lilly King made history for the United States.
The men’s 100 fly is one of the most anticipated races of the meet with a loaded field that includes Jack Conger, Tom Shields, Caeleb Dressel, and Tim Phillips. Read on for live updates from this morning’s action.
2017 U.S. NATIONALS/WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS TRIALS Tuesday, June 27th-Saturday, July 1st 50-Meter Course Indianapolis, Indiana Meet Info Prelims timelines Broadcast schedule…
Kevin Cordes blasted a new U.S. Open Record in heat 6, turning in a 26.86 to lead prelims. That knocked almost a quarter of a second off the former mark, which stood as a 27.10 done by Brendan McHugh at 2014 Nationals.
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Dressel busted out a 23.05 to secure his spot in the event for Worlds.
On Wednesday night at the 2017 U.S. Nationals/World Championships Trials, Olympic breaststroker Kevin Cordes topped a loaded 200 breast field by almost a body length, winning the race with a personal best 2:07.41.
Rio 800 free relay champions Jack Conger and Gunnar Bentz missed the final, as it took a 1:48.10 or better to take a spot in the top 8.
Jones blasted a 23.26 to earn lane 4 for tonight’s final, clearing the former record of 23.29 set by Eugene Godsoe at 2013 Nationals.
In 2014, it took a 49.12 to make the top 6, and only 3 men were under 49 seconds. Two of those men were just barely under with a pair of 48.9s. Tonight in Indianapolis, it took a 48.49 to place 6th.
The American women now look like a serious threat to Australia in the gold medal race, while the men are in great shape to win gold.
Comerford is just the 2nd American ever to break the 53 barrier.Comerford is just the 2nd American ever to break the 53 barrier.
Kevin Litherland blasted a 15:10.93 to lead the afternoon heats of the men’s 1500 free.
Veterans Tim Phillips (23.83) and Giles Smith (23.85) have the fastest time among US swimmers this year, and the top two personal best times of anyone entered (23.42 and 23.30, respectively).