Katie Ledecky broke her own world record in the 800 free on the final night of the 2016 Austin Pro Series meet.
Michael Phelps continued his run toward his fourth-consecutive Olympic gold in the 200 IM with a win tonight on the final day of the 2016 Austin Pro Series.
Katie Ledecky could be chasing her own world record in the 800 free on night 3, a month after smashing the best time in history in the short course 1000.
Katinka Hosszu and Sarah Sjostrom made big pushes, but Katie Ledecky and Nathan Adrian (pictured) still lead the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series points after the Austin stop.
A few major scratches on night 3: Katie Ledecky’s 200 IM, Jack Conger’s 200 fly and Katinka Hosszu’s (pictured) 200 fly.
Final day of the Arena Pro Series Swim at Austin, prelims recap.
After scratching out of the 400 IM, Stanford pro Maya DiRado found some outside smoke to win the 200 back
Phelps had a solid front half, but fell out of the hunt a bit at the 150-mark in what will be his only swim tonight
Cal junior Ryan Murphy was the runaway winner, going 1:55.99 after a great opening 100 split of 56.5
The 200 free showdown between Sarah Sjostrom and Katie Ledecky is perhaps the most anticipated event of the entire weekend, and it’ll blast off early on night 2 in Austin.
The men’s 400 IM felt a bit like a throwback to days gone by, with Ryan Lochte crushing the field to win comfortably
What looked like the closest race of the night turned into yet another Katie Ledecky blowout
Short course American record-holder David Nolan won’t swim the 200 IM on the final day of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin, swimming only the 100 backstroke.
Nathan Adrian completed a 50 free/100 free sweep on Saturday night, proving he’s in line to chase a pair of individual Olympic berths.
Schooling opts out of the rest of the Arena Pro Swim Series Austin due to a viral fever.