Abbey Weitzeil is back in charge of the US women’s sprint group after her best 100 free in a year-and-a-half on Saturday morning.
Kalisz seems satisfied with getting his butt kicked, stating with a smile “I’ve probably had more bad practices than I’ve ever had in my entire life combined
High school junior Katie Grimes led all swimmers with $6,500 in earned prize money thanks to three wins and six total podium finishes.
Ella Jansen gave the University of Tennessee a taste of what’s coming to campus in the fall of 2024 while competing at the Pro Swim Series this week.
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Kylie Masse is the top seed in the 200 backstroke on Saturday evening in Knoxville. She’ll get an extra 45 minutes to rest between sessions.
Cal scratched all their athletes out of tonight’s finals, including Abbey Weitzeil who was the top seed in the 100 free.
Armstrong said the first 15 meters of his 50 back (where he placed 2nd in 24.8 to Justin Ress) was exactly as fast as it was in his world record swim.
This is the final day of racing in Knoxville, with today’s events including the 200 IM, 200 back, 50 breast, 100 free, and 1500.
Ella Jansen won and swam a best time in the 100 fly earlier in the meet; in the 100 free, she’ll look to move way up from the 25th seed.
Hunter Armstrong’s winning time of 52.68 in the 100 backstroke finals on Friday night at the Pro Swim Series was the second-fastest ever in January.
Today is the 3rd day of racing in Knoxville. This morning’s events include the prelims of the 200 fly, 50 free, 100 back, 200 breast, 50 fly, and 400 free.
Reigning world champ Justin Ress continued his dominance in the 50 back, breaking the pro swim series record last night in 24.49.
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