The final stop of the Mare Nostrum tour began Saturday morning in Canet, France, where rising stars challenged established Olympians.
American Michael Andrew is ready to carry on his winning momentum from Barcelona to Canet for the final stop of the 2022 Mare Nostrum Tour.
With a front half of 56.52 and a back half of 1:00.36, Greenbank of Great Britain/Loughborough beat the next closest swimmer tonight by nearly a second.
Renshaw touched in 2:25.47 to McSharry’s 2:25.58, while Sweden’s Sophie Hansson was just behind in 2:26.70 for bronze.
For Santos, he’s been as fast as 22.73 so far this season, a time which situates him as the #2 swimmer in the world behind Russia’s Oleg Kostin
The Mare Nostrum Tour will wrap up in Canet this weekend, with key matchups featuring Maggie MacNeil, Sarah Sjostrom, and Penny Oleksiak.
Read up on various swimming stories from around the web in this edition of ‘Beyond the Lane Lines’, featuring Australian Olympian Kyle Chalmers.
The country has been under temporary suspension for the past two years after failing to meet two deadlines for elections in 2020.
After his races, Guy emphasized that in-season swims were good to practice, but the focus was is on swimming fast when it matters most.
Sates, who already did major damage on day 1 by beating Olympic champion Dean in the 200m free, got it done for 200 IM gold tonight in 1:58.31
After getting a first-hand look at Loughborough, it’s easy to see why an NCAA athlete looking to keep swimming might take the leap across the pond.
Proud produced 21.89 for silver in the men’s 50 free while winning the B-final of the 50 fly in a time of 23.22, which would have placed 2nd in the A-final
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