After clinching 200 and 400 free wins, Trey Freeman has decided to drop the 1500 free and only focus on the 100 free.
Kelsi Dahlia takes on a triple tonight at the Clovis Pro Swim Series, contesting the women’s 200 fly, 50 free, and 50 fly.
Daniel Roy enters prelims as the top 200 breast seed on the men’s side – that’s one of a dozen events to go off this morning in Clovis.
Races to watch for tonight in Clovis are the women’s 400 IM, with Evie Pfeifer V. Sydney Pickrem, and the men’s 50 back, with Justin Ress V. Matt Grevers.
Matt Grevers will take the pool for preliminaries of the 50 back this morning, one of 10 total events in the first prelims session of the Clovis meet.
16-year-old Isabelle Stadden scratches out of the 400 IM at Clovis to focus on the 50 back and race college sprinters Ali DeLoof and Amy Bilquist.
Psych sheets for the final stop of the Pro Swim Series have been released, showing a quiet setting than in the past PSS stops.
Swimming South Africa has finally announced its 18-strong roster set to compete the 2019 World Championships in Gwangju, Korea next month. Along with reigning 200m fly champion Chad Le Clos is a strong women’s contingency, including two-time 2018 Commonwealth Games gold medalist Tatjana Schoenmaker.
In Atlanta, Brown and Coetzee gave us a little insight into their relationship as training partners, and told us how they work together to help one another improve.
Brad Tandy turned out a World Championships-worthy 50m freestyle time today in Durban.
Ayrton Sweeney joined the list of South African World Championships qualifiers with his 400m IM gold tonight in Durban.
Chad Le Clos threw down the 4th fastest 100m fly time of the season to log another event win here in Durban.
While competing in the heats of day 3 of the 2019 South African National Swimming Championships, which serve as the selection meet for this summer’s World Championships in Gwangju, Korea, 23-year-old Ryan Coetzee hit a qualifying mark in the men’s 100m butterfly.
Although Chad Le Clos notched a World Championships-worthy time last night in the men’s 200m fly finals, the 26-year-old South African icon was unable to make the same magic happen in tonight’s 200m freestyle final.
Now-retired South African Karen Prinsloo competed her whole career at Kings Park without starting block wedges.