Leading from start to finish, Margalis touched in 4:37.43 for the win, clipping her former best off 4:37.84 from 2014
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Chloe Tutton‘s lead was never in question. She took a commanding lead up front and continued to stretch it out as she won the race in 2:23.92
British 17-year-old Nicholas Pyle, a Newcastle Swim Team athlete, has been making great strides on the age group backstroking scene as of late.
Vanderpool-Wallace, in her first meet since the 2016 Olympics, made it to the top 4 in the first ever TYR shootout of the women’s 50 free
In the women’s mile, Chilean distance free standout Kristel Kobrich controlled the race, winning in 16:17.11.
Chase Kalisz and Zane Grothe are tied for the top TYR Pro Swim Series prize after Austin, while Li Bingjie leads the women’s standings.
Grevers had the final say in the men’s 50 back with his 24.81 for the win, while Ress touched in 25.04.
Amanda Kendall, pictured, was one of KrayzelburgSquad’s three swimmers to hit a perfect two wins in both their SwimSquad scoring events.
Hannis blew away the Pro Swim Series Record and her competition with an impressive 29.71 in the 50 Breast
The Krayzelburg Squad will win the points total competition at the 2018 TYR PSS – Austin, after a monster showing in the shoot-out events tonight. Sandeno Squad’s Zane Grothe is the only swimmer who will swim a scoring event tomorrow.
After competing in this morning’s prelims, swimmers are now gearing up for the finals session, which will feature the 400 free, 50 free, 50 back, 50 fly, 50 breast, and 200 mystery IM
Canadian junior star Taylor Ruck won’t make an appearance in the 50 free or 50 back tonight.
Indiana postgrad Margo Geer had the early speed, flipping in 25.78, but Canadian youngster Taylor Ruck went by her in the final 15 meters to win it in 53.51
Junior phenom Regan Smith picked up a gold on the front end of her back-to-back double. Smith dominated the field, flipping in 29.22 en route to her 59.38 win