Cody Miller heads into the final night of finals in Bloomington as the top seed in the men’s 200 breaststroke.
A standout in pool and the classroom, Texas A&M swimmer Lisa Bratton, a 15-time All-American and a 2018 World Champion, has been awarded a $10,000 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship.
Nathan Adrian is back!
Michael Andrew and the Adams Family lead the SwimSquad points battle, but with the national team splitting between Bloomington and the Atlanta Classic, this month’s SwimSquad starting lineups could be a little thinner than usual.
The final morning of the 2019 Pro Swim Series – Richmond meet will feature heats of the 200 IM, 200 back, 50 breast, and 100 free, as well as the early heats of the 1500 free.
Tonight, the finals of the 200 fly, 50 free, 100 back, 200 breast, 50 fly, and 400 free will be contested. Caeleb Dressel is among the highlight swimmers as he could go another 2-for-2 with his 50 free and 50 fly swims.
Day 3 prelims kick off this morning with the 200 fly, 50 free, 100 back, 200 breast, 50 fly, and 400 free.
16-year-old sensation Gianluca Urlando went 2:00.34 to win the 200 IM, capping the final day of Sectionals in College Station, Texas.
Urlando became the fourth 16-year-old in U.S. history to break :50 in the 100 free and won the 200 fly by six seconds.
Olivia Smoliga (pictured) and Lisa Bratton will both scratched out of “A” finals to concentrate on other events on Day 4 in Knoxville.
Regan Smith won the 100 back last night by hundredths over Olivia Smoliga, and she’ll look to set herself up for another win tonight with a strong swim this morning in the 200 back.
Ryan Murphy is just one of a plethora of big names listed on psych sheets for the 2019 Pro Swim Series – Knoxville.
While Smoliga earned the most gold medals of any competitor, Team USA’s Kelsi Dahlia leaves Hangzhou with 9 medals total, 7 of which are gold.
Championne du monde, Lisa BRATTON a magnifiquement équilibré sa course.
The United States maintained its overall medal standings lead, totaling 17 medals through day 3.