US Olympic Swimming Trials continued this morning with many battles for spots in the finals, and Jack Spitser was on deck to capture it all.
Molacek clocked a time of 22.80, less than three tenths off his personal best (22.52) set almost two years ago.
Curzan swam to a best time in the long course final. She won the race in 25.33, knocking 2 tenths off her former best from 2018.
Andrew Seliskar is slated to swim the 200 fly. Last night, Seliskar had the fastest swim of anyone in the 100 fly, but he put up that time in the B final.
Ryan Held is the top seed in the 100 free this weekend. After a couple of underwhelming seasons, Held has taken back control of his swimming.
Reigning 100 fly world champion Maggie MacNeil will contest the women’s 100 fly on the final day of the 2019 Pro Swim Series stop in Greensboro.
Emma Barksdale of South Carolina won the women’s 200 IM with a 2:15.15, a little off her personal best of 2:13.35.
The 2019 Charlotte Ultra was Molacek’s first competition since NCAAs, and his first opportunity to see how his new approach to training was going.
Saturday at the 2019 Charlotte Ultra, NC State’s Coleman Stewart won the men’s 100 backstroke in 54.84. Later, Stewart placed 2nd the 50 fly in 24.84.
The 2019 Charlotte Ultra concluded Sunday with the women’s 1500, men’s 800, and the men’s and women’s 100 free, 200 back, and 200 IM.
25-year-old Nathan Lile of the Gamecocks won two of the four sprint titles contested on the third night of the 2019 Charlotte Ultra Meet.
With two more ISL team rosters yet to be announced, we’ve taken a look at the top international and U.S. names we’d expect to be up for grabs.
NC State, Texas and Cal have almost endless options for 400 medley relay lineups tonight. We try to puzzle out the options between sessions.
A Dressel-less field leaves a wide-open race for the top of the podium in the 100 free.
Indiana looks just as strong as last year in this event, and they will be gunning for their 2nd-straight win.