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
Taylor Ruck not only went a best time in the 200 back and destroyed the rest of the field in the process, but 20 minutes later broke a Canadian record en route to her 2nd runaway victory of the night
Junior phenom Michael Andrew won this round, as he was the only swimmer to break 22 tonight and just 8 hundredths shy of the Pool Record
Taylor Ruck pulled off an incredible double on Friday night, posting the world’s #1 200 back time and breaking the Canadian 200 free record.
The women’s 400 IM will feature a battle between U.S. National Teamers Madisyn Cox, Hali Flickinger, and Melanie Margalis.
This morning, Louisville NCAA champ Mallory Comerford qualified for the A final of the 50 free and 200 free, but she won’t be competing in finals tonight.
Olympic champion Ryan Murphy headlines this morning’s 200 back.
Louisville’s Mallory Comerford, who has the NCAA Championships coming up in a couple of weeks, picked up a bronze in the women’s 100 Free
Even though Kevin Cordes only swam his first long course race since Budapest last night in Atlanta, he’s been staying busy between training and finishing his degree