A pair of teenagers put up historic age group swims in prelims of the men’s 200 fly at Nationals this morning: 16-year-old Gianluca Urlando moved to #2 all-time in the 15-16 age group while 18-year-old Jack Levant jumped to #3 all-time in the 17-18 bracket.
After an eventful first few days of competition it’s finally time to see Michael Phelps return to Olympic trials action.
Michael Phelps is vying for his 4th straight Trials title in the men’s 200m butterfly event.
Most events at the Olympic Trials have 3 rounds, prelims, semis, and finals. For the first two rounds, the only thing that matters is qualifying for the next round.
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The 2015 KMSC Pro-Am Classic ended with Mission Viejo taking home the team titles amidst several spectacular swims from professionals and amateurs.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace was one of three meet record breakers at the Saturday finals session of the 2015 KMSC Pro-Am Classic.
Both the men’s and women’s meet records were taken down for the 100 breaststroke at the KMSC Pro-Am Classic, with personal bests by Katie Meili and Brendan McHugh.
The KMSC Pro-Am Classic, a meet offering a unique experience for both professional athletes and some of the nation’s top clubs for the last 25 years, has moved from Oklahoma City to Lewisville, Texas.
Macmillan has olympic trials cuts in the 100 and 200 butterfly with best times of 54.73 and 2:00.79, respectively.
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Tonight, Coughlin will need to better to her best time of 53.39 if she wants to crack the top five in the world this year. Her toughest competitor will be Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace of the Bahamas.
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Allison Schmitt of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club swam the 2nd-fastest 200 yard free in history on Friday at the American Short Course Championships.