Michael Andrew brought in a prize money haul in Des Moines, winning five events and earning a big relay bonus to lead all money earners on the 2019 Pro Swim Series.
After staying in Michigan to finish her masters and train, Ali DeLoof has made the move out to the Team Elite pro group in San Diego to focus full time on swimming. What has the transition been like?
Allison Schmitt took this race out fast and kept it that way, holding off Melanie Margalis for the win with the 3rd-fastest time in the world this year. Margalis’ time is now #5 in the world this year.
Cammile Adams’ Adams Family dominated the Des Moines Pro Swim Series, winning her team’s second-straight meet and opening a 44-point lead over the field with four scoring meets remaining.
Brazil shocked the world by not only capturing 800 free relay gold at the Short Course Worlds in December, but then announcing a relay only training camp. Relay anchor Breno Correia took us through both experiences
Dressel, who looked well back for most of the race, charged back in a frenzy and wound up getting to the wall just ahead of Kusch, 51.51 to 51.58
Since the beginning of their time together, it seems as if Natalie and Olivia have both brought things to the table that their sprinting counter parts have picked up
Kathleen Baker was out quick (28.2) and held on in a tight race that came down to the touch with Olivia Smoliga.
Between hosting a livestream show, a podcast, and his famous vlog, Cody Miller has been a busy guy when it comes to producing content
Michael Andrew will be gunning for titles in the 100 back and the 50 free tonight.
Watch all of the race videos from day 4 of the Des Moines Pro Swim Series.
The top 2 from the 50 fly now have the top 2 times in the world this year. Just minutes after taking second in the 50 breast, Michael Andrew followed up quickly with taking an extra stroke to finish 0.02 seconds ahead of Marius Kusch.
Conger breaks down what training has been like so far in his new home of Charlottesville with the UVA Cavaliers
Live prelims coverage from day 4 of the Des Moines Pro Swim Series. Featured events include the 100 back, 200 breast, 100 fly, 200 IM, and 50 free.
Olivia Smoliga and Natalie Hinds don’t just have swagger in the pool. Their drip transcends the pool.