Maya DiRado spoke with the press after qualifying in her third event, the 200 back, Saturday evening.
Abbey Weitzeil and Madison Kennedy threw down the two fastest American textile 50 freestyles in history to become the third and fourth fastest American women in history.
Maya Dirado added her third individual event for Rio with a win in the 200 back with a new best of 2:06.90.
In the semifinals of the women’s 50 free, Anya Goeders of the Mako Swim Team in Indiana swam a big new best time of 25.16, which now ranks her third all-time for the 15-16 age group.
Katie Ledecky posted her third-fastest time in her career, which also happens to be the third-fastest time in history, to win tonight’s 800 free
Tonight, Maya DiRado scored her third championship of the week to become the fifth-fastest American 200 backstroker in history and the fourth-fastest swimmer in the world this year.
While Batman’s alias has throughout history been Bruce Wayne, this week it’s been Louisville swimmer Zach Harting, who hasn’t shied away from revealing his true identity.
After placing 3rd in the event that he won gold in at London, Tyler Clary has decided to hang up his goggles for good
In the final stretch Phelps made sure to edge out in front and take the win in 1:55.91.
This morning’s prelims are going to be short and sweet, at least for the first half of the morning.
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Kelsi Worrell, who qualified to represent the USA in Rio with a win in the 100 butterfly, has scratched the 50 free semifinals.
Top seed Madison Kennedy will be going into the semifinals as the top seed after dropping a 24.52 int he final heat of the women’s 50m freestyle. Kennedy was well ahead of her heat.
Ivy Martin talks for less time than it took her to swim her 50 this morning!
See what your favorite Olympians and Olympic hopefuls had to say about their swims on Night 6 of the Olympic Trials