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).
Michael Andrew was one of several high-profile swimmers to leave lanes empty this morning at the Pro Swim Series- San Antonio.
Alabama Olympian Rhyan White comes in as the top seed in the women’s 200 back for the final prelim session in San Antonio.
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Sam Stewart has scratched out of two of his events on Saturday, which included the 200 back (2nd seed) and 100 free (22nd seed). He will race the 200 IM.
TAC Titans’ Claire Curzan will tackle a tough double this evening, coming in as the top qualifier in the 50 free and 100 back, back-to-back races.
Paige Madden and Erika Brown will be scratching out of events to focus on different ones, while Claire Curzan will take on the 100 back/50 free double.
After winning the 400 IM last night, ASU pro Hali Flickinger comes in as the top seed in the 200 fly in this morning’s prelims.
Olympian Michael Andrew scratched the 100 back and 200 breast to focus on the 50 free where he is ranked #2 going into the third prelims session.
Shaine Casas topped the field in Prelims by over a full second in the 100 fly (51.14) en route to dropping the 2nd-fastest time in the world for 2022.
Bella Sims has opted to scratches both of her events for tonight’s Finals Session, which include the 200 free, where she was seeded 3rd.
Katie Ledecky will compete in her first race of the meet this morning as she comes in as the top seed in the women’s 200 free.
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