Ipsen set Danish records in the 400 IM and 800 free just last week in Denmark, as well as set a (then) personal best in the 1500
Among her accolades, most recently Claire Curzan shattered her own 13-14 girls NAG this weekend, blasting a 58.61 in the 100m butterfly
Madisyn Cox had a great swim here, posting a 2:10.27 with Alto’s Ella Eastin 2nd in 2:11.68. Cox’s 37.38 breast split put her out of reach.
Katie Meili took 6th in the 50 breast with a 31.46 to cap her first long course meet since 2018 Pan Pacific Championships.
Continuing the massive media train he has already built, Cody Miller explains an entirely different podcast that he’s started in the Hollywood industry
Fighting through strep throat, Simone Manuel was still very quick tonight, posting a 53.74 to win the 100 free.
Michael Andrew put together the best swim of his life by a huge margin, coming back with a 30.00 to clock a 1:57.49.
While Andrew was fire on the first three legs of the race, his freestyle was a little shaky with a closing 50 of 30.00.
Watch the race videos from the 4th and final day of the 2019 Richmond Pro Swim Series
Halli Flickinger will be focusing on the 200 back tonight during the final sessions of the 2019 Richmond PSS meet.
Josh Prenot use his lethal back-half to pull away from the field and win with a comfy time of 2:11.51. This is Prenot’s 2nd PSS 200 breast title after winning in Knoxville.
Swimming the 2nd-fastest time in the world, an unsual position for this star, was Katie Ledecky, hot off the heels of her B-final swim in the 50 free
Annie Lazor continues her thrilling year, winning yet another PSS 200 breast title with a 2:23.22. Her PB from Des Moines of 2:22.99 remains the 4th-fastest time in the world.
2019 PRO SWIM SERIES – RICHMOND April 10-13, 2019 Collegiate School Aquatics Center, Richmond, VA Meet information Psych Sheets Live results TV/Live…
Caeleb Dressel swam his first 2 events, the 200 IM and 50 breast, on Saturday, but skipped the 100 free.