You read earlier about Andrei Minakov’s European Junior Record in the 100 fly but read what else happened in St. Petersburg tonight.
The London Roar remained undefeated, and they’re surging back up our power rankings after week 3 with new freestyler Freya Anderson now in the mix.
Top seed Katie Ledecky is out for the final day of competition. Ledecky, who won the 1500 free, 400 free, and 200 free here, has scratched the 800 free.
World record holder Caeleb Dressel is slated to swim both the 100 fly and the 200 free during prelims of Day 3 of the 2019 US Open Championships.
Reigning 100 fly world champion Maggie MacNeil will contest the women’s 100 fly on the final day of the 2019 Pro Swim Series stop in Greensboro.
The USA is 4-4 so far in relays, and will be looking for relay sweeps on the final day of competition at the 2019 World University Games.
Justin Ress held the World University Games record in the 50 back for about a minute before seeing it fall to South Africa’s Zane Waddell in the next heat.
Zach Apple enters day three finals of the 2019 World University Games as the #2 seed in the men’s 200 free after clocking 1:47.76 in the semis.
Dean Farris will look to help lead the U.S. men to gold in the 400 free relay after dropping a 47.08 relay split during the preliminaries.
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The first day of competition at the 2019 World University Games will feature seven individual races, plus both 4×100 free relays.
NC State’s Coleman Stewart is in the hunt for two NCAA titles tonight, though the marquee matchup is a heavyweight title bout between Townley Haas and Andrew Seliskar for the 200 free title, perhaps the team title and perhaps even Swimmer of the Meet honors.
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We could have four of five repeat winners from 2018 in individual events today… but not many of them look like sure things. Indiana’s Ian Finnerty is probably the best bet, after going 49.60 on his 100 breast split last night.
Tonight’s 100 back final could see the 2nd man to ever break 44 seconds, as Dean Farris, Coleman Stewart, and John Shebat all prepare to race for the title.