The excitement from last night continued this morning in Knoxville, with Erika Brown showing up and showing out again this morning.
Day 1 Live Recap of the 2019 Tennessee Invite including teams from Tennessee, Carson-Newman, Indiana, Virginia, Georgia and UNC Asheville.
UVA freshman star Kate Douglass kicked off her meet with yet another personal best in the 200 IM , taking the top seed in the event with a 1:54.30
Erika Brown (above) and Kate Douglass will go head-to-head as the #1 and #2 times in the 100 fly nationally this season.
Florida sophomore Kieran Smith doubled up for the Gators, including a 1:34.0 victory in the 200 free that’s the top time in the country so far this season.
This afternoon, Hartman went 1:00.84 to win the 100 breast, tying her for seventh in the country this season. She also won the 200 breast and 200 IM.
UGA freshman Zoie Hartman swam a powerful collegiate debut as her double breaststroke wins powered the Bulldogs’ sweep over Alabama.
Hali Flickinger continues to lead all qualifiers with 9 Olympic Trials standards out of a possible 14. Those 1,115 swimmers have a combined 2,299 cuts.
Delfina Pignatiello of Argentina will be looking to sweep the distance events and win the first-ever women’s 1500 free on the final night of Pan Ams.
Margo Geer clinched gold in the women’s 100m free on night 3 of the Pan American Games, helping the U.S. towards its overall total of 30 medals thus far.
Esta vez en los 800 libre, Delfina Pignatiello arrasó para ganar su segundo oro. Récords y destacadas actuaciones latinoamericanas. El repaso.
Tonight’s finals will feature the 100 free, 200 breast, and 100 back, as well as the mixed 4×100 medley relay.
Americans hold 9 of the 9 medal events tonight, including the Daniel Carr/Nick Alexander duo aiming for a US 1-2 backstroke sweep.
The Americans and the Brazilians continue their duel with the prelims of the 200 free, 100 fly, 200 back, and mixed 4×100 free relay.
Andrew Abruzzo took 400m freestyle gold on night 1 of the 2019 Pan American Games, helping give the United States the lead in the medal table.