Relive all the championship final races from Day Four of the 2019 Pro Swim Series – Knoxville.
Gianluca explains his recent successes at Summer Nats, Jr Pan Pacs, and Winter Jrs
While this pay not have been the most well-attended Pro Series Swim stop ever, there were plenty of in-season bests on the final night of the 2019 PSS – Knoxville stop.
Nic Fink swam his best in-season time and a new Pro Swim Series Record in the 50 breaststroke.
2019 PRO SWIM SERIES- KNOXVILLE January 9-12, 2018 Alan Jones Aquatic Center, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN 50m (LCM) pool Meet…
The favorite for tonight’s 50 breast will be Molly Hannis in the pool she knows better than the entire field as a UT grad and a member of TNAQ.
Olivia Smoliga (pictured) and Lisa Bratton will both scratched out of “A” finals to concentrate on other events on Day 4 in Knoxville.
Ryan Murphy already was in a body-length lead off the first 25 meters of the race. Murphy went on to continue breaking away from the field and won with a 53.17
Sanchez has had a whirlwind year, dropping best times seemingly every time she hits the pool
While Margo Geer looked strong into the last 15 meters, Simone Manuel had the stronger last stroke to out-touch Geer by 0.03. Manuel won the event in a 24.75, Geer took second in a 24.78.
FINA was consistent in running finals session lengths for the 2018 World Short Course Swimming Championships on almost exactly the same schedule as they did in 2016.
Cal Aquatics’ Dana Vollmer, on her comeback tour, was 59.27. That’s a tenth faster than she was at her first meet back, the 2018 Winter Nationals last month
Kathleen Baker entered the meet as the top seed in both the 200 back and 200 IM, but will swim neither.
Regan Smith won the 100 back last night by hundredths over Olivia Smoliga, and she’ll look to set herself up for another win tonight with a strong swim this morning in the 200 back.
Former Florida Gator Natalie Hinds is finding success well after her collegiate career has ended.