Jay Litherland hit a lifetime-best to win the 200 IM on Sunday night.
Canada’s male Olympic frontrunner Santo Condorelli will take on the 100 free this morning in Indy.
Melanie Margalis won the 100 breast and hung tough with Leah Smith minutes before, while Jay Litherland won the 200 free and 400 IM last night. Watch all the race videos from night one of the Arena PSS – Indianapolis right here.
Leah Smith swam her way to 4:05.21 in the 400 free for a four-second edge on the field. She will be the favorite tonight.
Melanie Margalis had quite a double today, earning new best times in both the 200 free and 100 breast and getting a win in the latter race.
Maya DiRado (above) will once again double up on the 200 IM, 200 back in the last morning session of the Atlanta Classic.
Jay Litherland pulled off a very difficult double tonight, winning both the 200 free and the 400 IM
Katie Ledecky posted one of the world’s fastest times in the prelims of the 200 free, but how fast will she be in finals after also swimming a monster 400 IM and almost chasing down NCAA champion Ella Eastin?
The Atlanta Classic kicks off this morning with world, national, and NCAA champions converging at Georgia Tech to square-off in the long course pool, in another opportunity to prepare for the Olympics and Olympic Trials.
Tim Binning, SwimSwam’s chief photographer for Men’s NCAAs, snapped some shots from this morning’s prelims. Scroll through the photo vault and see the many faces of Men’s NCAAs.
Texas took down the NCAA, American, and U.S. Open records with 6:08.03 to win the event.
Tim Binning, SwimSwam’s chief photographer for Men’s NCAAs, captured all the glory of tonight’s insane 800 free relays. Check out the photo vault for a glimpse of the Texas Longhorns’ new NCAA and U.S. Open record, plus some quality angles of the team benches and swimming stills.
This season, Licon will return to the event without Kalisz, who is redshirting for the Olympic year. He will, however, have to face Cal’s Josh Prenot and Andrew Seliskar. This could turn out to be one of the best races of the meet.
Georgia’s Litherland triplets, triple citizens of the U.S., New Zealand, and Japan, will compete to represent two different countries this summer in Rio.
Georgia’s Jay Litherland was just 6th coming out of prelims, but found five more seconds worth of speed to go 3:40.33