Mallory Comerford pulled a double-double, swimming a total of 8 races in 2 days in Indianapolis and placing within the top 4 in all 4
It’s still Lenny Krayzelburg’s squad leading, but Jason Lezak and Natalie Coughlin made big moves on day 3 in Indy’s portion of the SwimSquad battles.
Taylor Ruck went head-to-head with reigning world champion Simone Manuel in Indy this weekend and didn’t flinch, taking the lead early and not giving an inch
Chase Kalisz and Olivia Smoliga Once again gave a tandem interview, this time discussing the possibility of a cooking show
Taylor Ruck has scratched out of the women’s 200 IM on the final day of the Indianapolis Pro Swim.
Chase Kalisz will look to continue his streak of dominant 400 IM performances going at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Indy.
Just as we saw in the prelims Kelsi Dahlia of Cardinal Aquatics got out fast in the women’s 100 fly, turning in 26.85 before extending her lead coming home to win easily in 57.38
Melanie Margalis has dropped the 200 free final on day 3 in Indianapolis after swimming the 2nd fastest time of the morning in 1:57.94.
Jacob Pebley is the top seed in the men’s 200 back field by a wide margin in Indianapolis.
While Kalisz is known for strong closing speed, it was Roy who charged back in 33.54 to overtake the double medley world champion and book the win in 2:09.73
At the wall it was Bentz, who came back in 27.94, out-touching the other two for the win in 53.03, with Shields 2nd in 53.08 and Lanza 3rd in 53.12.
With his long time coach in Auburn, Sergio Lopez, moving to Virginia, Kevin Cordes is still unsure about what the future holds for his training plan
Watch race videos from day 2 in Indianapolis.
Indiana’s Blake Pieroni was a tick off his morning swim for 2nd in 49.13, and Justin Ress managed to close better than his teammate Ryan Held to take 3rd in 49.18 to Held’s 4th place 49.54
Lilly King shares about how her training this spring has fashioned her into a more well-rounded breaststroker