Michael Phelps made the final of the 200 IM, while his longtime rival Ryan Lochte just missed the cut in Australia.
Tyler Clary’s namesake team were the biggest movers in the #Lan4 division on Saturday.
Mireia Belmonte, the day after her grandmother died, won the women’s 1500 free and broke the Meet Record in the process.
Bronte finished second in the 100 free with a 53.45.
Ruta Meilutyte was somehow faster in the 50 breaststroke after getting off of a trans-continental flight. That and more in our 9 Big Things.
400 IM: Elizabeth Beisel defended her title from 2010 to win the event, breaking the Pan Pacs record with her time of 3:31.99.
American Becca Mann has scratched the women’s 1500 free to focus on the open water event, as has Canada’s Eric Hedlin.
Many thanks to Scott Davis for these swimming photos.
WATCH: All race videos from Pan Pacs day 3, including Katie Ledecky’s World Record, Phelps’ 100 fly win
Watch Michael Phelps’ first international win since London, plus the new 400 free world record, along with all finals videos from day 3 at the Pan Pacific Championships.
Michael Phelps won the gold medal in the men’s 100 butterfly with his time of 51.29.
Laszlo Cseh was one of 4 Hungarian medalists on day 6, the most of any nation for that session.
Cate won 100 free in 52.72, which is only .10 of a second off of her morning time.
The Australian 4×100 free relay earned gold thanks to Cate and Bronte Campbell, and the Aussies cut down the U.S. lead in gold medals by 1 on the third day.
8 things we learned from day 3 at the Pan Pacific Championships: streaks stay alive for Park, Americans
Tyler Clary kept the U.S atop the 200 back, an event the country has never lost in Pan Pacific Championships history.
Mireia Belmonte Garcia took the first event of the evening winning the 1500 freestyle in a new championship record time…