Leah Smith will try to put up another lifetime best in the 200 free tonight in Indianapolis.
Caitlin Leverenz will try to fend off Keryn McMaster and Celina Li in the 400 IM A final tonight in Santa Clara.
Top prelims qualifier Quah Zheng Wen of Singapore will not contest the 200 free at finals of the Indianapolis Pro Swim Series, instead focusing only on the 100 fly.
Look out for Leah Smith in the women’s 200 freestyle come Omaha!
2016 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES AT SANTA CLARA Friday, June 3 – Sunday, June 5, 2016 George F. Haines International…
Canadian Olympian Brittany MacLean is the top seed in this morning’s first event; the women’s 200 freestyle…
Heat sheets for the first day of the Arena Pro Swim Sereis at Indianapolis have been posted, and Shannon Vreeland, Gunnar Bentz and Hilda Luthersdottir are among the more notable day 1 scratches.
Nathan Adrian has swept the 50 and 100 freestyles at 4 of 5 Arena Pro Swim Series stops so far. Can he beat Australia’s former world champ James Magnussen and junior world record-holder Kyle Chalmers to do it again in Santa Clara?
Lilly King is coming off a lifetime-best 100 breaststroke in Charlotte, and is one of America’s fastest-rising swimmers heading into U.S. Olympic Trials.
The Arena Pro Swim Series meet in Santa Clara will feature a large crew of foreign superstars, including world record-holder Sun Yang and world champ Emily Seebohm.
Olympians Connor Jaeger, Micah Lawrence and Shannon Vreeland are among the biggest names highlighting the Indianapolis stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series.
Nathan Adrian, Natalie Coughlin, and Dana Vollmer are among the top swimmers expected to compete at next week’s Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara, one of the final tune-ups ahead of the U.S. Olympic Trials.
Area standouts and USA Swimming National Team members Claire Adams, Zane Grothe, Lilly King, Cody Miller and Blake Pieroni are expected to swim in Indianapolis.
Corrie Scott is a member of the Scottish swimming squad who will be traveling to Indianapolis to compete at the 2016 Arena Pro Swim June 3-5th.
Ricardo David Vargas joins Cal Aquatics’ Long Gutierrez and Lilana Ibanez on the Mexican Olympic Squad.