Katie Ledecky, who qualified for the A final in the 50 free and the 400 free, will race both events in tonight’s final session. Likewise, Michael Phelps will contest both the 100 back and 200 fly.
Nathan Adrian rocks the top seed of the morning in the men’s 50m freestyle – 22.39.
Katie Ledecky of Nation’s Capital started the meet with a world-leading 1:55.37 in the women’s 200 meter freestyle.
After tying in the 100 butterfly yesterday morning, Michael Andrew will be right next to Michael Phelps in the 100 backstroke. Phelps is entered with a 53.76 and Andrew is entered with a 54.74.
2015 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES MINNEAPOLIS Thursday, November 12th – Saturday, November 14th University of Minnesota Aquatic Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota…
We’re getting ready for an exciting final session on Day One of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Minneapolis. Both Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky will contest two finals each; Phelps is swimming the 200 free and 100 fly, Ledecky, the 200 free and 400 IM.
Dana Vollmer’s butterfly speed is rounding into form on the 4th-best time in the world so far this season on Thursday.
22-time Olympic medalist and Comeback King, Michael Phelps, is tonight’s 4th seed in the men’s 100 fly after touching simultaneously with MIchael Andrew (53.70) in this morning’s prelims.
The biggest stars of the meet are all still swimming, but there are a handful of big names not in this morning’s heat sheet
The 2015-16 Arena Pro Swim Series kicks off this week in Minneapolis, with action starting on Thursday. We’ve pulled together…
Michael Phelps will have a heavy lineup at the Arena Pro Swim Series’ first stop of the 2015-2016 season.
Olympic champions Missy Franklin, Katie Ledecky, Ryan Lochte, and Michael Phelps highlight the nearly 50 USA Swimming National Team members expected to compete.
After several released versions, and a long-winded TBD on the May meet, USA Swimming has finalized plans for the 2015-2016 Arena Pro Swim Series, just three weeks before it’s set to begin in Minneapolis.
The first official date to remember for the 2015-2016 Arena Pro Swim Series comes next Tuesday, when entries open for the tour’s opening Minneapolis stop.
USA Swimming has added an Indianapolis stop to its Arena Pro Swim Series tour for 2016, but that stop might turn out to conflict with the established Santa Clara meet.