In this new series, Roadmaps – Mapping the Journey of US Swimming Stars, we will explore how modern-day Olympians climbed their way to the top.
Michael Andrew swam three lifetime bests at the 2020 Pro Swim Series in Des Moines a couple weekends ago and his new vlog gave us behind the scenes.
Jackson posted his fastest time ever at a non-taper meet in 48.72, while Farris (48.97), Held (48.99) and Pieroni (49.00) had virtually nothing between them
Hali Flickinger unleashed the #1 time in the world this year in the prelims of the 200 fly, coming just .02 off of the Pro Swim Series Record set in 2012.
Catch Haughey V. Manuel in the 100 free, Flickinger V. Smith in the 200 fly, Apple V. Jackson on the men’s side, as well as more day 2 PSS Des Moines races.
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.
Caeleb Dressel, already with 2 meet MVP awards in the 2019 ISL season, will lead the Cali Condors into the Las Vegas finale.
Ryan Lochte is chasing a 5th Olympic team, Chase Kalisz a bounce-back year, and Carson Foster a place among the top senior IMers in one of our races to watch.
The LA Current’s victory over the Cali Condors in College Park was a mild upset, and the results say it’s one Cali let slip through their fingers.
4-time Olympic medalist Amanda Weir (above) will join the Cali Condors in Maryland, though the team will be without Ariarne Titmus and Mitch Larkin.
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 first full day of racing at the first stop of the 2019-2020 Pro Swim Series gets underway this morning in Greensboro.
After a 49.5 butterfly in short course yards last month, Michigan/Canada flyer Maggie MacNeil could be targeting the U.S. Open record in meters this week.
Simone Manuel will make her post-World-Championship debut this weekend at the Greensboro stop of the USA Swimming Pro Swim Series.
The Cali Condors didn’t have great sprint depth in their first 2 meets, but Tate Jackson, #10 in the world in 2019, helps that.