50 fly American record-holder Caeleb Dressel is looking to earn the first spot on the 2019 World Championships roster.
After winning the 100 free last night, Indiana’s Blake Pieroni looks dangerous in the 200 free, but Texas’ Townley Haas is the man to beat.
Cody Miller has scratched the A final of the men’s 200 breast for tonight, the only A final scratch listed so far.
Last year, it took 1:00.75 to final. This year’s field shapes up to be much, much faster.
After narrowly failing to qualify for the 2017 World Championships team, Olympic silver medalist Josh Prenot looks to return to the top of the U.S. 200 breast field.
“I sat down and had a really hard conversation with myself and some really close people and said, ‘should I come back?’ And deep down, my heart told me ‘yes.'”
Kevin Cordes’ 26.76 stands as the American Record, while Andrew has been 27.12 and Wilson 27.18.
Michael Andrew scratched the men’s 200 IM on the final day of the Columbus Pro Swim Series.
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Lilly King is going to have to drop a 1:04 in Columbus if she’s going to steal back the world’s #1 100 breast spot from Yulia Efimova.
Columbus will see a bit of a skeleton crew for SwimSquads – every team should have an empty spot amongst its starters, making contributions from the top-tier swimmers even more vital.
Australian breaststroker Jessica Hansen spent time at Indiana University recently, getting valuable coaching and feedback from Head Coach Ray Looze. The 23-year-old Aussie is already reaping the benefits of her stint in Bloomington.
Among the standouts expected to headline the field are Olympic champions Lilly King and Allison Schmitt, as well as fellow individual Olympic medalists Chase Kalisz and Katie Meili.
Carmel Swim Club standout and future Texas Longhorn Drew Kibler was the standout at the IU visitbloomington.com Invite, highlighted by a 1:49.01 200 free that ranks 7th among Americans this season.