Pro Swim Series al terzo giorno con protagoniste Katie Ledecky nei 200 stile, Kathleen Baker nei 200 dorso. I risultati completi
Watch Katie Ledecky and Jordan Wilimovsky pick up the first 2 event wins at the San Antonio stop of the 2021 Pre Swim Series.
Catch Katie Ledecky in the 200 FR, Regan Smith in the 200 BK, Emma Weyant V. Melanie Margalis in the 400 IM, Ryan Murphy in the 200 BK, and more on day 3.
Katie Ledecky è tornata a gareggiare alla Pro Swim Series ed ha nuotato il primo tempo al mondo in questa stagione nei 1500
Katie Ledecky swam her last 1500 free almost exactly a year ago today and has made a comeback to racing with a 15:42.92 – the world’s fastest woman this year.
A number of the US’ top distance swimmers made their return to the pool tonight including Olympic gold medalist and world record-holder Katie Ledecky.
Dylan Carter is among the big names who have pulled out of the San Antonio stop of the Pro Swim Series, per updated psych sheets released Tuesday.
16:12.87 is the 23-year-old’s third-fastest swim ever, and quickest since August of 2019. It also makes McHugh the second-fastest American in 2020-21.
Pro Swim Series conclusa ieri nei due siti di San Antonio e Richmond con Kathleen Baker che nuota il secondo tempo al mondo 200mx
The top 4 finishers in the men’s 100 free from Richmond were faster than the San Antonio final. Meanwhile, Kathleen Baker’s 200 IM is now #2 in the world.
Ryan Held comes into the final of the men’s 100 freestyle as the top seed on the last night of action in San Antonio.
Ashley Twichell will contest in the 1500 free tonight while the men’s 100 free will feature Justin Ress, Michael Chadwick, Coleman Stewart, and David Curtiss.
2018 U.S. national champ Ally McHugh took control of the women’s 400 IM early on the breaststroke leg and never looked back, soaring to victory in 4:41.90
Pro Swim Series 2021. Si è concluso il secondo giorno di batterie e finali nei due siti della serie. I risultati combinati
Ally McHugh now ranks 9th in the world this season in the 400 IM, along with 16-year-old Zoe Dixon ranking 13th after winning in the Richmond pool.