47-year-old Steve West has done it again, this morning lowering his own month-old masters world record in the 100 LCM breaststroke down to 1:04.84.
Louise Hansson (above) broke the Meet Record in the 50 fly on Sunday morning, while Caeleb Dressel took out the 100 fly mark.
College dual meet season is over, but Cal and Stanford partook in an electric battle with some big times on Saturday in Berkeley.
Tonight, after posting a 1:50 in the 200 free and a 22.1 in the semi-final of the 50 free, Dressel capped the night with a speedy 21.5 50 free.
The original plan (above) called for a large indoor facility; rising construction costs has resulted in a plan to build an outdoor pool instead.
Leah Hayes clocked a time of 4:50.99 to get under the Olympic Trials cut in the 400 IM last night, taking seven seconds off of her old best in the process.
After a breakthrough brace of 47.9s on Friday, World Champ Caeleb Dressel had a pair of more measured preliminary swims on Saturday morning in Mission Viejo
Ye Shiwen dropped a 2:08.72 in the 200 fly while Caeleb Dressel swam a pair of 47.9s in the 100 free during the second day of the Meet of Champions.
“I’ve been faster in-season in my events than I was last year and training’s been going really well, so I’m pretty confident with how I’ll swim at Worlds.”
To follow up his morning swim of 47.9, Dressel won the 100 free tonight with another 47.9 100m free, marking the 3rd time he’s dipped under 48 this season
With World Championships roughly a month away, Dressel has now been under 48 twice this season, after not breaking that mark at all last summer.
Through prelims, semifinals, and finals, Fields remained over the Trials cut, so she swam the first 50 meters of the 100 free as though it were a normal 50.
So far this summer, Madison Kennedy has signed with the International Swimming League (ISL) team the D.C. Trident, and dealt with a case of grand theft auto.
Erica Sullivan and Jordan Wilimovsky were the first champions of the meet in the 1500s on the first day of the MVN Meet of Champions.
Mission Viejo’s newly-renovated Marguerite Aquatic Center will join the hosting rotation for USA Swimming’s 2020 Pro Swim Series.