In a very tight field, Chase Kalisz pulled away on the third 50 and held everyone at bay coming home, winning the event in a new best time of 2:10.74
Katie Ledecky has scratched the women’s 400 IM final to focus on the 200 free Saturday night in Atlanta.
At the touch, it was Pieroni in 49.18 to win the 100 free, managing to hold off De Lucca and pass by Chadwick
Simone Manuel was out first and extended her lead coming home, touching 1st in 53.82, just off her morning swim of 53.75
Ryan Murphy will be in action on day 3 in the men’s 200 back.
Kelsi Worrell was out fast in 26.98 and increased her lead coming home, recording a time of 57.50 to break a ten year-old pool record and move to #6 in the world.
Ledecky nearly even split her second race of the night, out in 2:00.0 and back in 2:00.9 to win the 400 free in 4:00.98.
After winning this event in Mesa, Meili topped that performance with another win in a time of 2:23.18, a new best time
Katie Meili has scratched the women’s 50 free on day 3 in Atlanta.
Cal’s Tom Shields used his phenomenal underwater skills to take the lead and he held strong throughout the back 50 in last night’s 100 fly
Chase Kalisz’s recent success in the 200 Breast could be a sign for future success in the IM events.
Simone Manuel headlines the women’s 100 free tonight at the Arena Pro Swim Series – Atlanta.
Check out race videos from day 2 finals in Atlanta.
Park Tae Hwan has scratched the 100 free to focus on tonight’s 400 final at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Atlanta.