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.
It all came down to Molly Hannis vs. Katie Meili, with Hannis winning in a blistering 29.71.
SwimSwam has put together the videos from the Shootout finals. Below are the videos of the men’s 50 breast. It all came down to Nic Fink vs. Andrew Wilson, with Fink taking the win in 27.44.
It all came down to Michael Andrew vs. Nathan Adrian, with Adrian winning the title in 22.21.
It all came down to Margo Geer vs. Yufei Zhang, with Geer winning the title in 24.90.
This weekend marked the conclusion of the first edition of the new USA SwimSquads, the fantasy draft which is captained by 4 USA swimming legends. One of those legends, 4-time Olympic medalist Kaitlin Sandeno, jumped in the car with Coleman and explained the process of heading up Team Sandeno.
While the adjustment to a wave of new changes wasn’t without some execution wrinkles, it also shows a remarkable amount of intriguing potential, particularly from a spectator standpoint.
After having a solid meet at the Pro Swim in Austin, Madisyn Cox spoke with SwimSwam about doing Eddie Reese’s infamous 20×50’s
Olympic Medalist Olivia Smoliga is not only excited to have a new training partner in Missy Franklin, but also thinks the Athens lifestyle will have a positive impact on the World Record Holder