World record holder Alia Atkinson (pictured) took on three events over the weekend in Plantation, Florida.
Acosta, a 2016 Olympian representing El Salvador, won the men’s 1650 freestyle in 15:18.35 to demolish the previous pool record of 15:51.48.
Zach Harting, fresh off competing in the ISL this season, is scheduled to race the 200 fly this morning, where he holds the top seed.
Andrew Seliskar is slated to swim the 200 fly. Last night, Seliskar had the fastest swim of anyone in the 100 fly, but he put up that time in the B final.
In tonight’s race, Sullivan led the field in 8:29.75, just under 4 seconds shy of her lifetime best from the FINA World Cup in August.
Meghan Small comes in as the top seed by a second and a half in the women’s 200 IM on the final night of the 2019 Pan Ams in Lima, Peru.
Tonight’s finals will feature the men’s and and women’s 400 freestyle, 100 breaststroke, 200 butterfly, and men’s and women’s 4 x 100 freestyle relays.
This morning in the 200 back, Underdahl crushed her previous best time of 2:15.73, getting her hand on the wall in 2:14.53.
Cody Miller heads into the final night of finals in Bloomington as the top seed in the men’s 200 breaststroke.
Moore hit a season-best 16:11.42 to win the women’s 1500 tonight in Bloomington.
Hannah Moore is the top seed on the women’s side, looking to win her second-straight PSS meet in this event. Moore beat Chile’s Kristel Kobrich by seven seconds in Richmond.
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.
Claire Curzan broke the 13-14 Girls NAG in the 100 fly this morning with a 59.00. Will we see the first American 14-year-old ever to break 59?
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