Cal’s Colby Mefford scratched the 100 fly on Day 3 of finals at the Mission Viejo PSS, avoiding a 200 free/100 fly double.
Trenton Julian leads the field in both the 200 free and 100 free heading into Friday’s prelim session at the PSS- Mission Viejo.
David Curtiss scratched out of the ‘A’ final of the 100 free at the Mission Viejo Pro Series, the only ‘A’ final scratch of the session.
France’s Leon Marchand of ASU will swim the 200 fly today, an event he will race the at the 2022 World Championships but has not swum since the Tokyo Olympics
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In a short Day 2 prelims session, Cal’s Matthew Jensen will swim the 100 breast, scratching the 100 free where he was the #11 seed.
Tokyo Olympic silver medalist Erica Sullivan (above) is the top seed in the first event of the Pro Swim Series in Mission Viejo: the women’s 1500 free.
Tokyo 2020 Olympic Silver medalist Erica Sullivan is making her return to competition after sitting out the U.S. International Team Trials in late April.
The Pro Swim Series meet in San Antonio, which featured Tokyo 2020 Olympic star Caeleb Dressel, drew over half-a-million viewers in a televised highlight package.
Shaine Casas unleashed a 1:56.70 200 IM, winning the event over a loaded field and establishing the #1 time in the world for 2022.
Cody Miller placed 4th in the 100 breast and 7th in the 200 breast in San Antonio, just weeks after the birth of his 2nd son, Kato.
Michael Andrew is the top seed out of prelims, but will have to face two of the fastest SCY 200 IMers ever in Marchand and Casas, plus World Champion Kalisz.
Leah Smith is 1 of 3 US Olympians to scratch out of events, with Smith opting out of the entire session, dropping both the 200 IM (#1) and 200 back (#3).
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