After an eventful first few days of competition it’s finally time to see Michael Phelps return to Olympic trials action.
The 2015 KMSC Pro-Am Classic ended with Mission Viejo taking home the team titles amidst several spectacular swims from professionals and amateurs.
Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace was one of three meet record breakers at the Saturday finals session of the 2015 KMSC Pro-Am Classic.
Both the men’s and women’s meet records were taken down for the 100 breaststroke at the KMSC Pro-Am Classic, with personal bests by Katie Meili and Brendan McHugh.
The KMSC Pro-Am Classic, a meet offering a unique experience for both professional athletes and some of the nation’s top clubs for the last 25 years, has moved from Oklahoma City to Lewisville, Texas.
Bobby Bollier’s time on Friday was his fastest since placing 3rd at the 2012 Olympic Trials in the same race.
Check out this photo gallery of the event, courtesy of the King Marlin Swim Club Pro Am Classic:
Jimmy Feigen and Karlee Bispo won the 50 freestyle shoot outs on Day 3 of the KMSC Pro-Am Classic
The 2014 KMSC Pro-Am Classic kicks off on Thursday.
Breeja Larson is one of a host of breaststrokers now on the docket for Oklahoma’s Pro Am, which features the 50 breast as its rotating event in 2014.
The Oklahoma Elite Pro-Am meet, one of the more storied, pioneering events for professional swimmers in the United States, will offer increased prize monies and a brand-new facility this December, it’s 23rd season in existence.
Women’s 200 Meter Freestyle – US Nationals Preview – Missy, Ledecky & Schmitty atop hard-hitting field
Katie Ledecky (pictured), Missy Franklin and Allison Schmitt are prepared to do battle for the national title ahead of a tightly-packed 200 free field.
Simone that got her hand on the wall first for the win with a time of 54.44. Franklin added her second place time of 54.51, followed by a 55.08 from Schmitt.
World Championships gold medalist Karlee Bispo (Modesto, Calif.) will make a hometown appearance alongside U.S. National Team member BJ Johnson…
Maya DiRado is starting out her professional career on the right foot. The Stanford grad won two more races on night two of the Speedo Grand Challenge, picking up her second and third winners paychecks of the meet so far.