Vlad Morozov will compete in a 3-way 100 free swim-off today in Santa Clara.
Katie Ledecky’s 15:35.65 1500 in Santa Clara was the 5th fastest swim in history.
Tonight, swimmers have gathered to compete in the non-Olympic distance freestyle events. The women will be racing in the 1500 meter free, while the men battle in the 800 meter free.
A battle between teammates Ryan Murphy and Jacob Pebley looms in the 200 back, while veteran Matt Grevers will look to shake things up in the 100 back.
Chase Kalisz looks to take the lead in points in the Arena Pro Swim Series in Santa Clara following a strong showing in Atlanta.
Conor Dwyer is expected to compete in his first full competition since Rio next weekend in Santa Clara.
You could really tell that Catie, Gabby, Ali, and Richard all have their own personalities and roles in the family. And I didn’t even get to meet Jackie or Mom!
His time not only won the heat, but he actually beat Anthony Ervin, who just nine months ago won the Olympic gold in the 50 free.
See the top video interview highlights from the Arena Pro Swim in Atlanta. There’s so many good ones, we couldn’t even narrow it down to 20 +1 this time!
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After getting too sick to swim on Friday, Kevin Cordes opted to swim the 100 Breast in Atlanta on Sunday
Melanie Margalis opened up a big lead on the backstroke leg and continued to extend it throughout the rest of the race, touching 1st in a time of 2:11.43
Cassidy Bayer, coming off of an injury in the fall, is getting her confidence back 1 race at a time
Chase Kalisz put together another massive points haul at the Arena Pro Swim Series stop in Atlanta, enough to run down up Josh Prenot for the series points lead with two stops remaining.
Lilly King accelerated an early lead of over a second at the 50 wall in 30.74, sailing to the win in a time of 1:06.20