It’s been an interesting weekend for Connor Jaeger, who won the 200 free and 1500 free, but dropped the 400 and 800 to fellow distance man Michael McBroom.
Connor Jaeger (pictured) went a season-best to win the 1500 free Sunday night, picking up his third win of the weekend and improving his third-ranked time in the world this year.
Yesterday was all about Connor Jaeger as the distance man showed his speed in winning the 200 free. But tonight was Michael McBroom‘s night
Defending Worlds silver medalist Michael McBroom won the men’s 800 free on Thursday in Santa Clara; defending Worlds bronze medalist Lauren Boyle won the women’s 1500.
The final stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series is underway. Here’s some images from SwimSwam’s chief photographer Mike Lewis…
Michael McBroom (pictured) won the men’s 800 on opening day at the Arena Pro Swim Series at Santa Clara. His time of 7:54.21 ranks 15th in the world this year. Runner-up Connor Jaeger (7:54.47) is now 16th.
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Sun Yang will look to improve China’s streak in this event to four this summer, after he has won the last two and Zhang Lin won in 2009.
FINA released an updated listing of the 2016 Rio Olympic “A” cut qualifiers through May 1st; take a look to find your favorite swimmer.
Michael McBroom, winer of the 400 free at Mesa, describes his encounter with Katie Ledecky at training camp
2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Orlando RACE VIDEO is courtesy of USA Swimming.
Ryan Lochte is top seed in the 200 IM in tonight’s final session of the Arena Pro Swim Series at Orlando.
Swimming video produced by Coleman Hodges.
Arkady Vyatchanin took second in series points last year while sweeping the final 8 backstroke races of the tour. He’ll try to come back from a foot injury with his 2015 debut in Orlando.
This past January the athletes of TYR Sport met up in California for a fun-in-the-sun photo shoot. Go behind the scenes here…
The Hosszu cometh: Katinka won last year’s circuit despite swimming just two of the six meets. She’ll try to track down points leader Elizabeth Beisel in Austin.