Manuel finished a half a second ahead of the field, winning the race in 24.27 while fellow Olympic sprinter Abbey Weitzeil (24.74) took 2nd.
At the touch, Smith was able to hold off Grothe, winning in 7:50.43 to Grothe’s 7:50.97.
Kalisz (1:56.51) and DeVine (1:56.79) are now the 4th and 5th fastest American 200 IMers in history. With his personal best for 3rd place, Prenot (1:57.17) is now the 6th fastest American of all time in the event.
Cox roared home on the back half of the race, finishing 2nd to Melanie Margalis (2:09.57) in a personal best 2:09.69.
This past weekend as part of an intra-squad meet, the Triangle Aquatic Center TITANS set new North Carolina state records in both the 10 and under girls 200m medley relay and 200m free relay.
Baker was under World Record pace by 2 tenths at the 50, flipping in 28.51. She fell off that pace on the back half, but still took down the U.S. Open Record with her winning time of 58.57.
He’s now successfully redeemed himself after a DQ at the 2014 Pan Pacific Championships prevented him from being able to represent the US in the event at the 2015 World Championships.
Before today, Grothe was the 8th fastest performer in American history with his 3:45.60 from Olympic Trials in 2016. Tonight, he moved ahead of Haas to become the 7th fastest American ever.
That was the 6th fastest time ever done by an American, and she remains at #3 on the all-time top American performers list.
Olympic silver medalist Kathleen Baker will compete in her signature 100 back today.
Regan Smith, after qualifying for Worlds in the 200 back, realized that she may have to reschedule her previous summer plans… learning to drive.
Jay Litherland pays tribute to the late Jason Turcotte and everything Dynamo has given him and his brothers through his best efforts in the pool
On day 3 of the 2017 U.S. Nationals/World Championships Trials, Ress pulled off a slight upset over Olympic backstroke champions Matt Grevers and Ryan Murphy to win the 50 back and secure his spot on the World Championships Roster.
Stevens has now secured her spot on the 2017 World Championships roster, and will look to qualify in another event later in the meet, as she’s one of the favorites to win the 100 meter back.
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).