MACARENA CEBALLOS ESTUVO A .02 DE SU PROPIO ARGENTINO EN LOS 100 METROS PECHO
Lilly King will compete in her best events, the 100 breast, on day 4 at the Pro Swim Series in Atlanta.
2017 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES – ATLANTA May 4-7, 2017 McAuley Aquatic Center Atlanta, Georgia Long Course (50m) Prelims/Finals: 10…
Mallory Comerford will not swim her two events tonight.
Rio Olympian Melanie Margalis, who went 4:11.06 for the 2nd-fastest time in the 400 free this morning, has scratched out of that final.
Caitlin Leverenz will try to fend off Keryn McMaster and Celina Li in the 400 IM A final tonight in Santa Clara.
Dana Vollmer put down the fastest 100 free time by an American female this year in prelims this morning.
Almost every time Katie Ledecky finishes a race, some sort of record or accomplishment is broken that puts her another echelon above the current best, and into the realm of the greats.
Michael Phelps finished fourth overall in the 200m freestyle at the Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin with a time of 1:48.87. With that time he was just kept off the podium as Jordan Pothain stretched in to the wall ahead of him in 1:48.62.
That time for Ledecky nearly broke the U.S. Open record for the fastest swim ever done on American soil, and it did take down the 17-18 National Age Group record preiously held by Missy Franklin at 1:54.81.
Check out all the action from the Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin below with a complete list of race videos from day two.
30-year-old Michael Phelps raced his way to a solid win tonight, taking gold in the sprint fly event in a time of 51.94.
3:59.54 got the job done for Ledecky tonight, as she started out under World Record pace, yet finished about 5 seconds ahead of the rest of the field.
Watch all of the championship final races from the first night of action at the Arena Pro Swim Series at Austin below including Michael Phelps 100m butterfly victory over Tom Shields.
There’s been no shortage of speed at this year’s first stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series. Good early season…