19-year-old Michael Andrew, whose goal is to become the world’s fastest sprinter in all four stroke 50s, will compete in the fly, breast and back finals on Day 3 of 2018 U.S. Nationals.
Katie Ledecky elected not to swim the 100 free final on Day 1 of U.S. Nationals, allowing her to focus on the 800 free that takes place 27 minutes later.
After an incredibly close finish at 2017 nationals, we’ll get to see a rematch between Jack Conger, Chase Kalisz, and Pace Clark in the 200 fly.
Reigning World Champs silver medalist Townley Haas is going to need a couple other swimmers in the 1:44 or 1:45 range if the USA hopes to wrest the 4×200 title from Great Britain in 2019.
Can Conor Dwyer make a play in the 200 IM next week at U.S. Nationals?
Ryan Lochte is the X-factor heading into U.S. Nationals in the men’s 400 IM.
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Margalis took a half second off of her season-best with this swim.
2016 U.S. Olympian Hali Flickinger swam her first 400 IM personal best since 2014 on Friday morning.
Gunnar Bentz was one of 23 swimmers awarded with an NCAA post-grad scholarship.
USA’s Kathleen Baker swam the 3rd fastest 100 backstroke in the world this year with a 58.77 at the Mare Nostrum in Barcelona.
Kathleen Baker threw down a 59.47 100 back on day 1 of the Mare Nostrum stop in Barcelona.
Last week, Seliskar went 1:49.23 in prelims and 1:48.35 in finals of the 200 free at the Santa Clara Pro Swim Series, beating a field that included three-fourths of Team USA’s bronze-medal 4×200 free relay from the 2017 World Championships.
The top 5 races to watch at the 2018 Mare Nostrum Tour in Barcelona features an often unspoken rivalry between female breaststrokers.
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