Michael Phelps took a big win in the 100 free at the Columbus Grand Prix, and two Mexican National Records were broken on the final day of competition.
Phelps breaks 2nd meet record at Columbus Grand Prix in the 200m fly!
Michael Phelps kicked off night 2 of the Columbus Grand Prix with a world-leading swim, but Christine Magnuson’s lifetime-best raised the most eyebrows.
Natalie Coughlin is thinking about doing the unthinkable and dropping the 100 backstroke, her primary event, for the 100 fly.
Kitajima breaks Shanteau’s 200 breast Columbus GP meet record, qualifying 1st for final, 2:10.74.
Andrea Kropp breaks the 200 breast meet record, qualifying 1st for finals, 2:29.16.
Matt Patton is the 400m free top qualifier for the finals tonight, 3:56.14.
Leah Smith, top qualifier in the women’s 400 free, 4:10.52.
David Plummer qualifies 1st in tonight’s 100 back final, 55.01. Grevers went 55.96.
Gonzalez Ramirez of Mexico breaks 100 back meet record in prelim with 1:01 flat.
Check out what Phelps did on night 1 of the Columbus Grand Prix better than he’s done it in 6 years. (Photo courtesy ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The Annual Columbus Grand Prix is never a huge meet on the Grand Prix schedule, but this year’s event will…