While this pay not have been the most well-attended Pro Series Swim stop ever, there were plenty of in-season bests on the final night of the 2019 PSS – Knoxville stop.
It’s been a really good kick off into the 2019 Pro Swim Series here in Knoxville. Strong swims by veterans…
The favorite for tonight’s 50 breast will be Molly Hannis in the pool she knows better than the entire field as a UT grad and a member of TNAQ.
Ryan Murphy already was in a body-length lead off the first 25 meters of the race. Murphy went on to continue breaking away from the field and won with a 53.17
Regan Smith won the 100 back last night by hundredths over Olivia Smoliga, and she’ll look to set herself up for another win tonight with a strong swim this morning in the 200 back.
Here are videos of all the championship final races from Day Three of the 2019 Pro Swim Series – Knoxville.
The Tokyo 2020 Olympics may seem a long way off, but we are past the midpoint in the quad and…
Michael Andrew leads the 50 free and 50 fly fields into day 3 after beating Olympic champ Ryan Murphy in the 50 back last night.
Racing is off to a good start in Knoxville, Tennessee for the first stop of the 2019 TYR Pro Swim…
Katie Ledecky is entered in the 200 free and 400 IM this morning in Knoxville.
After not racing on Wednesday evening as the top seed in the women’s 800 free, Leah Smith is also absent from Thursday morning’s heat sheets at the Pro Swim Series stop in Knoxville.
The first stop of the 2019 Pro Swim Series is showing an unforeseen – but perhaps massively important – impact of the new series scoring rules on the SwimSquad Battles. And it starts with #1 overall pick Chase Kalisz.
The best male American IM’er since the Phelps/Lochte era, Chase Kalisz has been dominating every international major meet in recent memory.
This month, we’re recounting the top performers and performances of the year 2018. Keep track of all of our Swammy Award winners here, with links out to full Swammy Award stories and honorable mentions.
En annonçant une série de grandes compétitions qui ne sont qu’une mauvaise photocopie du projet de l’International Swimming League, la Fédération Internationale de Natation va-t-elle à l’échec ?