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.
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.
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.
South Africa’s national record holder Lara van Niekerk already put up a swift 30.09 in the heats of the women’s 50m breast, but she still has the final.
Milak’s time of 1:53.89 knocks over half a second off the previous Mare Nostrum Record of 1:54.42, set by Chad Le Clos in 2016.
After a breakthrough collegiate season at the University of Texas, Anna Elendt has continued her success into long course.
Canadian Kylie Masse was the lone swimmer to produce a sub-1:00 performance in the women’s 100 back, qualifying in 59.43.
Watch Matt Sates drop a 1:45.9 200 free, Gorbenko win a highly contested 200 IM final, and Fratus score another sub-22 50 free
Reigning Olympic champion Tom Dean put up a solid morning swim of 1:46.89 in the 200m free and will try to improve upon that mark tonight in Barcelona.
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