Stewart dropped the #2 100 fly time in the United States this year, coming within a second of her best time for the first time since early 2017.
Stewart – who recently joined Team Elite – hadn’t been under 58.8 since March 2017, and hadn’t come close to her best of 57.82 since 2015
We will definitely have a new name atop the women’s 100 fly at this year’s Nationals, but the face likely won’t be.
Both Chase Kalisz (above) and Leah Smith enter US Nationals with leads, though they’re not insurmountable ones.
Leah Smith took over the Pro Swim Series points lead from absent Melanie Margalis, while Chase Kalisz expanded his lead over Zane Grothe with just one Pro Swim Series scoring event remaining.
The KrayzelburgSquad has won its fourth-straight SwimSquad meet with a 10-point victory in Columbus. Krayzelburg has now won five of the six stops and leads the series by 53 points.
Lilly King highlights the women’s 100 breast field on the final night of the Columbus Pro Swim Series.
Kelsi Dahlia headlines the women’s 200 fly on the final day in Columbus.
Chase Kalisz will go for a clean sweep of the 400 IM titles on the PSS circuit tonight in Columbus.
Leah Smith will contest the women’s 400 IM and 200 free on day 3 in Columbus.
Dahlia ran away with this one, blasting a 57.29 to improve upon her 57.38 season best from the Indy PSS in May
Check out race videos from day 2 finals in Columbus.
With many races still to be swum, the men’s race is currently tied between the only two swimmers who are capable of winning the $10,000 prize and year-long BMW lease.
After a morning PB in the 100 free of 49.14 to lead prelims, Justin Ress will contest the race again tonight with the 49-second mark in sight.
Kelsi Dahlia’s 25.48 AR is in danger, thanks to, well, herself.