Watch (almost) all of Day Three’s finals from U.S. Nationals in San Antonio, Texas, including the women’s 100m breast, won by Katie Meili (pictured).
Caeleb Dressel will look to hunt down the national title in the men’s 50 free after posting a new 17-18 NAG of 21.85 this morning
39 of the 40 qualifiers for the A and B finals on Day 3 are expected to swim tonight, including North Baltimore’s Michael Phelps. Phelps won the 200 fly with the world’s fastest time last night and will contest the 100 fly tonight.
Now that we have all witnessed the glory that is the Michael Phelps comeback trail, we can safely get psyched for his prelims swim in the 100 fly.
Zane Grothe, national champion in the men’s 400 meter freestyle.
After swimming the fastest time in the world of the year in the 200 fly, Phelps will swim the 100 fly prelims on day 3
Caitlin Leverenz topped the field in the women’s 200 IM with the ninth fastest time in the world this year of 2:10.70
Gunnar Bentz will look to win the national title in the 400 IM tonight after tying for the top seed in prelims going 4:17.45
California Aquatics’ Caitlin Leverenz is top seed in the women’s 200m IM on the first day of competition at U.S. Nationals in San Antonio, Texas. Follow the action here.
Kelsi Worrell will look to follow up her Pan American title with a national title in the 100m fly to cap off a terrific summer
America’s Natalie Coughlin earned her 60th international championship medal en route to her squad’s 4x100m medley relay gold tonight in Toronto.
Everything’s on the line for day five finals here at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games. At this current point in time, the United States leads the swimming medal table with nine golds. Brazil has eight, Canada has seven.
Caitlin Leverenz won gold in both IM races at the 2015 Pan Am Games.
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With Leverenz’s winning time, she broke the Pan American Games record for the second time that day. The time also ranks her fourth in the world this season and ahead of all other American swimmer.