I don’t think Ron would agree, but according to the athletes, this 7,300-yard workout was their “sprint” practice for the week.
Grimes’s times from the 2022 Desert Invite in the 200 fly, 200 back, and 500 free all would have been fast enough to make the B-final at 2022 NCAAs.
With a pair of flat-start 1:56.1s and now her 1:54.86 split all in the last month, Gemmell is cementing herself as one of best 200 freestylers in the US.
We’ll have more of the same from yesterday’s action, including traditional events, as well as skins, broken, mystery, and more unique relays.
In this article, we review some of the top performances and what we think were some fun moments that displayed the unconventionality of this meet.
Mollie O’Callaghan (pictured) was one of Australia’s standout performers on day two of the Duel in the Pool competition between the US and the Aussies.
The Australian team got off to a good start yesterday, defeating the United States in the mixed 4×800 open water relay to gain an early advantage in scoring.
Michael Andrew will play a crucial role if the U.S. team is to have success on Day 2 of the Duel In The Pool in Sydney, Australia.
The quartet of Kareena Lee, Chelsea Gubecka, Kai Edwards, and Kyle Lee pulled off the victory to give the Aussies an 8-6 edge after day one.
The Australian team, primarily on the women’s side, is stacked at the Duel In The Pool, making the home team a big favorite to defeat the Americans.
Katie Ledecky ha vinto il titolo nazionale nei 200 stile libero a Irvine con un tempo che le sarebbe valso l’oro ai Mondiali di Budapest
Katie Ledecky won the 200 free national title comfortably in 1:54.50, a time which would’ve earned her gold at World Championships.
The future of the US women’s 4×200 freestyle relay looks bright led by teenagers Claire Weinstein, Bella Sims, and Gemmell.
13 members of the US Roster for the Jr. Pan Pacs Championships and 16 members of the US roster for the Duel in the Pool will compete in Irvine this week.
Sims is following up her world champs performance with a Duel in the Pool debut, where she will be a part of the 4×800 open water relay