Madison Kennedy comments on the new Pro swim schedule, Dana Vollmer’s start, and her homemade wedding dress (among other similarly enticing topics)
17 year-old Harvey finished with a 4:38.05 just ahead of Katie Ledecky, who swam a 4:38.16.
Jacob Pebley held on to his top seed from this morning winning the 200 backstroke by nearly two seconds.
Follow along with the Arena Pro Swim Series in the final prelims session at Mesa.
A green suit meant she was having a boy, and a pink meant girl, and today in Mesa Vollmer walked out to the blocks in the green suit.
Ella Eastin was seeded first in both the 200 IM and 200 fly, but she scratched both tonight in Mesa.
Ous Mellouli, Haley Anderson, and Joanna Evans have all scratched out of the distance freestyle events for tonight.
SImone Maunel blasted a 24.66 en route to a convincing victory in the 50 free in Mesa
We’ve got it covered both above and below at this weekend’s Arena Pro Swim Series in Mesa, Arizona. Underwater swimming…
Olivia Smoliga, who in March wrapped up her last varsity appearance as a Georgia Bulldog at the NCAA Championships, has…
At finals Kalisz completely separated himself from the field, swimming in clear water most of the race
The big news for the morning is that Canadian Olympian and age group wonder Taylor Ruck is slated to swim the 100 back, after sitting out the last two days of the meet. Meanwhile, 2nd-seed Conor Dwyer has scratched the 200 IM, after swimming on Thursday and missing yesterday.
SwimSwam has put together all of the available videos of the championship finals in each event.
Olympian Katie Ledecky didn’t let a tough double stop her tonight
The 2017 Arena Pro Swim Series finals at Mesa begin at 5pm pacific time after a highly competitive morning on day two. The final events for tonight include the 400 IM, 200 freestyle, 200 backstroke, and 50 freestyle.