2017 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES – MESA Mesa, Arizona 13-15 avril, 2017 Leaderboard après Indianapolis Liste des engagés Résultats Vidéos…
After a strong swim in the 400 IM on day two, Chase Kalisz will look to win two more events tonight in the 200 fly and 200 IM. He was the only swimmer to put up a time under 2:00 in the 200 fly in prelims.
Ous Mellouli, Haley Anderson, and Joanna Evans have all scratched out of the distance freestyle events for tonight.
SwimSwam a fait une compilation des résultats de chaque épreuve et des vidéos des courses en « finale A » du premier jour à Mesa.
Michael Andrew posted a 22.65 for the 2nd seed going into tonight’s 50 free finals.
The third stop of the 2017 Arena Pro Swim series kicked off this morning in Mesa, Arizona. Final heats for the 100 freestyles, 200 breaststrokes, 100 butterflys and 400 freestyles will be stacked with Olympians and international stars.
The third of six stops on the 2017 Arena Pro Swim Series begins today in Mesa, Arizona. Melanie Margalis and Daiya Seto lead the points, but the tour is as close as it’s been in recent memory as it churns toward the halfway point.
After coming in as the top seed last year, Texas senior Clark Smith will look to redeem himself and land on top of the podium this time around in the men’s 1650 free.
Tonight’s action will feature a battle between ACC Record holder Hennessey Stuart and Championship Record holder Grigory Tarasevich in the 200 back, but Robert Owen may also challenge for the title in that event.
Louisville sophomore took down the ACC conference record that had previously been set by Matt McLean back in 2009.
The 500 free will feature a battle between 2 Olympic distance swimmers, Louisville’s Marcelo Acosta and NC State’s Anton Ipsen, who will be chasing Matt McLean’s Meet Record from 2009.
After a monster 18.15 anchor last night on NC State’s 200 medley relay, 2016 Olympic gold medalist Ryan Held enters day 2 as the top seed in the individual 50 freestyle event.
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El Salvador’s Marcelo Acosta reserved his spot in swimming history in 2016, as he became the first man from El Salvador to qualify for the Olympics with an “A” cut.
While a few big invites are yet to come, namely the Georgia Fall Invite and Texas Invite, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 swimmers in each event from the invites that have been swum so far.