USA Swimming reports that they sold $73,200 in tickets to the first 2 stops of the 2019 Pro Swim Series…
A look at combined results from the Bloomington Pro Series and Atlanta Classic.
Another example of a swimmer following their own path, it seems to be paying off for Nowicki in the pool.
Barry Revzin dives into data that suggests a current in the outside lanes of the pool at last weekend’s Bloomington Pro Swim Series.
Lilly King made it two-for-two in the women’s breaststroke events with a win in the 50, touching in 30.03 to move past Yuliya Efimova (30.26) for the top time in the world this year.
Elizabeth Beisel’s Beisel Bunch won the Bloomington stop of the Pro Swim Series in SwimSquad points, earning 89 and passing up Maya DiRado’s DiRadSquad for third. Cammile Adams’ Adams Family struggled in Bloomington, but still holds a strong lead over Connor Jaeger’s Jaeg-Train in the series with one stop to go.
Cody Miller used a huge Bloomington showing to take over the top swim on the 2019 Pro Swim Series, putting him in line for a $10,000 bonus with just one meet to go.
We later learned that Comerford’s scratch on Night 3 was to go to a teammates wedding in Columbus, Ohio, a 4-hour drive from Bloomington
After being the only swimmer sub-54 in the prelims, Simone Manuel got the job done tonight in the A final. She posted a 53.65, a touch off of her morning swim.
Cody Miller dropped a new personal best time to win the men’s 200 breast decisively in 2:08.98, improving on his old best of 2:09.08 done way back in 2015.
Nathan Adrian had a strong showing of 22.22 for third in his fourth race back after surgery.
Cody Miller heads into the final night of finals in Bloomington as the top seed in the men’s 200 breaststroke.
Cody Miller is still moving along with his injury comeback, smashing his 4-year-old personal best in the 200 breast.
Regan Smith put on a sensational performance to win the women’s 200 back, clocking 2:06.47 to narrowly miss her personal best time of 2:06.43. Smith was also just off of Taylor Ruck‘s PSS Record of 2:06.36.
Annie Lazor dropped a massive best time to win the women’s 200 breast in 2:20.77, over two seconds faster than her previous PB set in Des Moines (2:22.99).