16-year-old Phoebe Bacon of NCAP swam another jaw-dropping backstroke swim, ranking herself in the top 10 US times and top 20 world times this year.
During the semis of the women’s 200 back, Kentucky swimmer Asia Seidt broke the World University Games record with a 2:08.81.
Fox Valley Park District Riptide’s Leah Hayes is continuing to dominate the age group ranks – at just 13 years old – earning her first Olympic Trials cut.
Boston University’s first verbal commitment from the class of 2020 is Lara Mitchell, who is already faster than BU’s school record in the 100-yard backstroke.
Cammile Adams and the Adams Family have won the 2019 SwimSquad Battles, while the Jaeg-Train bested the Beisel Bunch for second by just one point.
Don’t miss the last finals session of the entire Pro Swim Series this season.
Sydney Pickrem will contest in her prime event, the 200 IM, while Brandon Fischer has another opportunity for an age-defying breaststroke swim.
After clinching 200 and 400 free wins, Trey Freeman has decided to drop the 1500 free and only focus on the 100 free.
Luca Urlando charged to a 1st place finish in the 200 Fly at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Clovis. SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was there to capture the action
16-year old Isabelle Stadden, who will represent the USA at the Pan American Games this summer, now ranks 4th all-time in the age group among Americans.
Catch the race videos from day 3 of the Clovis Pro Swim Series.
Kelsi Dahlia takes on a triple tonight at the Clovis Pro Swim Series, contesting the women’s 200 fly, 50 free, and 50 fly.
Remedy Rule and Isabelle Stadden slimmed down their finals swims to improve from their #2 seeds. Meanwhile, Amy Bilquist scratched her #9 50 free seed.
Daniel Roy enters prelims as the top 200 breast seed on the men’s side – that’s one of a dozen events to go off this morning in Clovis.
Races to watch for tonight in Clovis are the women’s 400 IM, with Evie Pfeifer V. Sydney Pickrem, and the men’s 50 back, with Justin Ress V. Matt Grevers.