Hali Flickinger of Athens Bulldogs popped a 2:08.77 for the win in the women’s 200 fly.
Tristen Ulett is one of the young rising stars set to race this weekend.
Dakota Luther smashed her personal best for a big win tonight in Austin in the 200 fly.
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.
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