We will definitely have a new name atop the women’s 100 fly at this year’s Nationals, but the face likely won’t be.
Reilman’s PR of 1:58.87 was a best time, moving him right behind Clark Beach in the U.S. rankings.
Burchill swam a new lifetime best in the 100 free on Sunday morning, which adds to previous best long course times already this year in the 50 free, 200 free, 400 free, and 100 fly.
Brown has now swum lifetime bests in the 50 free 4 times in 2018 alone.
Kelsi Dahlia’s 25.48 AR is in danger, thanks to, well, herself.
Simone Manuel is the clear #1 in the women’s 50 free, but behind her the remaining spots are wide open.
Erika Brown threw down some very impressive swims over the weekend in Tennessee.
Among the top swims to watch tonight is the men’s 50 free, where Michael Andrew and Caeleb Dressel will race for the title.
Michael Andrew dominated the men’s 50 free prelims at the Atlanta Classic in 22.10.
Erika Brown, who had huge breakouts during the NCAA season, is already improving in the long course pool after her best time in the 100 fly this morning.
Ryan Lochte is 33, which to some might feel too old to continue training and competing in the 400 IM. But Lochte continues to astound, finishing as the top 400 IM qualifier with a 4:30.35 this morning.
The world’s #1 sprinter Caeleb Dressel is taking on some events that some may say are his ‘off’ events, but we all know that they’re more like his ‘slightly less good’ events.
After becoming the 6th fastest performer ever with her time from prelims, Wisconsin’s Beata Nelson is the top seed for the 200 back, but she’ll be up against Cal’s defending NCAA champ Kathleen Baker.
Mallory Comerford and Simone Manuel will go head-to-head in the NCAA 100 free final.
Stanford’s Ella Eastin is looking for a perfect 3-for-3 in both NCAA titles and American Records here. She’ll be swimming in the 200 fly towards the end of the session.