Chase Kalisz will go after his own Pro Swim Series Record in the 400 IM, while teammates Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley will battle it out in the 200 back.
This was Dwyer’s first competitive swim in a while.
One of the things to look out for this morning is Olympic champion Allison Schmitt’s return to competition. She’ll be swimming in heat 9 of the 200 free.
Madisyn Cox appears to be a late scratch in Mesa, leaving Team Coughlin without an IMer in the ongoing SwimSquad battles.
Matt Grevers is back in action in Mesa. Can he keep Team Krayzelburg atop the SwimSquad points standings? And can Team Lezak cobble together a backstroker out of spare breaststrokers in time?
After stacked fields of internationals flocked to the first two Pro Swim Series stops, the Mesa Pro Swim Series looks like a much more domestic affair, with mostly American athletes heading the psych sheets.
Olympic champ Allison Schmitt is set to swim her first race since the 2016 Olympics this month, as she’s been listed by USA Swimming among the big names entered at the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series at Mesa.
Team USA Olympic gold medalists and world champions are among the headliners expected to compete at next week’s TYR Pro Swim Series at Mesa, set for April 12-15 at Skyline Aquatic Center.
Taylor Ruck smashed three Georgia Tech pool records at the TYR Pro Series – Atlanta.
Watch all ‘A’ final races from the TYR Pro Swim Series – Atlanta.
Since winning the 200 free in Budapest last summer, Italian super star Federica Pelligrini has sworn off of the event for good. Nevertheless, she’s been keeping herself busy with a handful of other races
After a swift outing of 48.5 and 22.0 in the 100 and 50 free, Olympic champ Nathan Adrian speaks to SwimSwam about what training camp at altitude in Colorado Springs will look like for the Bears
Kaitlin Sandeno’s SwimSquad won the Atlanta meet by 7 points, but Lenny Krayzelburg’s crew still leads by 18 after two stops on the 2018 series.
Before competing in Atlanta this past weekend, Lia Neal has been… pretty much every other place in the world you can imagine
Hali Flickinger and Kelsi Dahlia Worrell were neck-and-neck, 1:02.26 to 1:02.31, at the halfway mark. Flickinger pulled ahead through the back half, winning gold with the #3 time in the world this year