The top 4 finishers in the men’s 100 free from Richmond were faster than the San Antonio final. Meanwhile, Kathleen Baker’s 200 IM is now #2 in the world.
Ryan Held comes into the final of the men’s 100 freestyle as the top seed on the last night of action in San Antonio.
Kathleen Baker is scheduled to face the daunting 200 back/200 IM double on Sunday at the San Antonio Pro Swim.
Sunday morning’s prelims session in San Antonio will be highlighted by touch battles in the women’s 200 back and the men’s 100 free.
Shaine Casas enters the men’s 100 back final as the top seed, with reigning Olympic champ Ryan Murphy ranked second.
Regan Smith only has a handful of races under her belt since March. What can we expect from her in San Antonio?
Over 100 current and former US National Team members are set to compete at the invite-only San Antonio stop of the 2021 Pro Swim Series.
The Texas men lead all teams with six swimmers hitting automatic qualifying times so far this year, and the Texas women have four swimmers locked in.
The Virginia Cavaliers have assembled a loaded roster that leads the NCAA ranks. The top threats to their title run, though, remain hard to predict.
Freshman Emily Gantriis opened things up for the Bears, taking the 50 free with a 22.24 in her first race at Cal.
Stanford is running away with the women’s Pac-12 title in the preseason – at least, according to 81% of SwimSwam voters.
In the men’s 100 free, several 48’s might not make it to the semifinals. And a 47 might not even make the final!
The Pac-12 brings in three of the top five recruiting classes nationwide on the women’s side, and a young Stanford team gets even tougher.
#1 recruit Regan Smith’s loaded Stanford class and #2 Alex Walsh’s elite Virginia group collide in a showdown for our #1 overall freshman class ranking.
Regan Smith and Kaylee McKeown are the two fastest teens in the women’s 200 back. But who will take the 2021 Olympic crown and who will break 2:00 first?