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
Olivia Smoliga had a blazing 100 backstroke, going 59.1, the same time she went at World Champ trials last summer in Indy
Twichell knocked about 2 seconds off her former best time, taking down a 23-year-old Pool Record in the process as she touched in 16:08.70.
After setting a Pool Record this morning, Andrew Wilson is seeking a breaststroke sweep in tonight’s 100 breast final.
Olympic gold medalist Ryan Murphy got the early lead as he flipped in 25.72, and was able to hold Ryosuke Irie off by hundredths at the touch to win the men’s 100 back
Coming off of a highly successful state championship, Florida commit Trey Freeman has been having a solid go in the long course pool in Atlanta
Georgia postgrad Melanie Margalis swam the 100 breast this morning, qualifying for the B final at 13th. Margalis scratched the 200 IM, one of her signature events, later in the session. Tonight, she’s scratched out of the 100 breast.
Olympic Champion in the 100m Free, Penny Oleksiak, has been building her endurance, and plans to debut her 200m free for the first time at a championship meet this April at the Commonwealth Games
Indiana postgrad Zane Grothe, the American Record holder in the short course 500 free, will compete in this morning’s 400 free prelims.
Madisyn Cox won the women’s 400 IM in a lifetime best, coming off of a stint of training with national teammate Lia Neal training beside her at the University of Texas