Dressel’s 48.63 in tonight’s 100 free was his 5th fastest in-season swim ever, and the fastest he’s ever been at this point in a season.
Dressel won the 400 free B final, dropping 7 seconds from his lifetime best set back in 2012 when he was still in high school.
In the 200 free, Dressel and Lochte went head-to-head. Lochte took it out with the lead in 53.31, with Dressel a second behind, but Dressel ran him down.
18-year-old Kaylee McKeown of Australia just made a statement with her 58.52 lifetime best 100m back swim tonight in South Australia.
Maggie MacNeil’s standout year — both on the world stage and in the NCAA — earns her our Swammy for Canadian Female Swimmer of the Year.
Four-time Olympic champion Kosuke Kitajima will head the yet-to-be-named ISL Tokyo team, while Global Swim Series’ Robert Kent will lead the Toronto squad.
Kosuke Kitajima, cuatro veces campeón olímpico, dirigirá el equipo procedente de Tokio, mientras que Robert Kent (Global Swim Series) guiará el de Toronto.
Check out Jack Spitser’s top photos from the second day of competition at the ISL Grand Finale in Las Vegas, highlighted By Energy Standard’s comeback win.
Energy Standard se ha alzado con la victoria por equipos mientras que su componente, la sueca Sarah Sjostrom, ha sido la MVP en esta temporada inaugural.
Energy Standard holds a slight lead on the Cali Condors and the London Roar. Tune in to find out who wins the ISL grand finale.
Adam Peaty of London Roar is entered in the 50 breast and men’s 4x100m medley relay on Day One of the ISL finale in Las Vegas.
Alexander Graham (above) has turned into a surprise hero for the London Roar this season, having swum the 3 fastest winning times in the 200 free so far.
Linda Kiefer and Mike Thompson both led their swimmers to success on the international stage as they were named Swimming Canada’s 2019 Coaches of the Year.
Kayla Sanchez won two events on day one in Toronto, including setting a new meet record and narrowly missing the National Record in the women’s 50 back.
Kylie Masse became the first Canadian to defend a World Championship title in 2019 en route to being named Swimming Canada’s Swimmer of the Year.