After swimming a best time in the 100 free (48.80) this morning on the back end of his double, Texas postgrad Jack Conger will focus exclusively on the 100 fly tonight. Conger was within a few tenths of teammate Joseph Schooling’s Pool Record in this morning’s prelims.
Conger is now the 5th fastest American ever in this event. With his time tonight, he moves one spot ahead of Olympian Tom Shields.
Zane Grothe, Andrew Wilson, and Jack Conger took a scoring win apiece to give SandenoSquad the edge in tonight’s Atlanta Pro Swim competition.
Sarah Sjostrom is set to make her 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series debut in Atlanta this morning, swimming her signature 100 fly. She’ll take on American star Kelsi Worrell.
Sandeno elected not to start Leah Smith, opting instead for Zane Grothe in the free spot, Sarah Gibson in fly and fellow flyer Jack Conger in her flex role.
Return of the breaststrokers: with Cody Miller and Kevin Cordes back in action, the dynamics of the SwimSquad roster battles change drastically. Check out our team-by-team projections for Atlanta.
Nathan Adrian will be among those competing at the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series – Atlanta.
A talented mix of Olympic champions and standout age-group swimmers are slated to compete at next week’s TYR Pro Swim Series at Atlanta, set for March 1-4 at Georgia Tech’s McAuley Aquatic Center.
The women’s 100m freestyle boasted an impressive lineup of swimmers who raced hard for the win
With the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series stop in Austin now in the books, SwimSwam has put together the videos of the A final races in each event.
It all came down to Matt Grevers vs. Justin Ress.
It all came down to Regan Smith vs. Olivia Smoliga, with 15-year-old Smith taking the win by 4 hundredths.
It all came down to Amanda Kendall vs. Yufei Zhang, with Kendall setting a lifetime best 26.07 to win the event.
It all came down to Jack Conger vs. Michael Andrew, with Conger clipping Andrew at the finish in 23.37.
In these IMs, swimmers are unaware of what order they’ll swim the strokes in until they get behind the blocks and draw a lane number out of a hat.