Michael Andrew has a chance to become the third man in history under 1:55 in tonight’s final of the men’s 200 IM in Omaha.
Caeleb Dressel’s first opportunity to qualify for the U.S. Olympic team comes in tonight’s final of the men’s 100 freestyle.
Defending champion and World Record-holder Lilly King (above) is ranked first in the United States this season by a full second in the 100-meter breaststroke.
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Ally McHugh now ranks 9th in the world this season in the 400 IM, along with 16-year-old Zoe Dixon ranking 13th after winning in the Richmond pool.
Regan Smith will take on the 200 free/100 fly double at the first full session of finals at the San Antonio PSS.
Lilly King will hit the water for the first time since winning the ISL championship in November, slated to race the 100 breast on Friday in San Antonio.
Claire Curzan downed the meet record in the women’s 100 fly with 56.61 becoming the third-fastest American woman in history.
The final session of the 2020 U.S. Open gets underway this morning with timed finals of the 1500 free, 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and the 200 fly.
We’ve got everyone from NAG record holders to college stars to Olympic gold medalist competing at the Greensboro site of the U.S. Open tonight.
The 2020 Pro Swim Series in Des Moines will have its concluding session, featuring the finals of the 800 free, 100 back, 200 breast, 200 IM, and 50 free.
Caeleb Dressel comes into Thursday at the Des Moines PSS with the top seed in the men’s 100 free, one of the events in which he’s a two-time world champion.
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.
World champ Simone Manuel was the top 100 free qualifier this morning, checking in at #8 in the world. She’ll challenge the PSS record of 53.12 tonight.
Kentucky’s Isabella Gati had a massive swim in the women’s 100 fly, winning the event by just under a second.