The Krayzelburg Squad will win the points total competition at the 2018 TYR PSS – Austin, after a monster showing in the shoot-out events tonight. Sandeno Squad’s Zane Grothe is the only swimmer who will swim a scoring event tomorrow.
USA Swimming tweeted out the four starting SwimSquad rosters during this morning’s prelims sessions, with a couple of key changes from our predictions earlier this week. That includes #4 overall pick Leah Smith not starting for Team Sandeno.
Team Natalie Coughlin has some tough choices to make before Austin, including whether to start #7 overall pick Melanie Margalis as an IMer, breaststroker or in the flex spot.
On Sunday, four retired Olympians will draft SwimSquads for the 2018 Pro Swim Series. We’re predicting the picks in advance.
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Kosuke Hagino will swim in the men’s 400 IM on day 8.
Olympic champ Ryan Murphy (USA) will compete for gold against 100 back World Champion Xu Jiayu (CHN) and fellow Olympic backstroke medalist Evgeny Rylov (RUS).
Caeleb Dressel’s 50 free / 100 fly quest will begin at day 6 prelims in Budapest.
Several World Record holders will compete in their respective events tonight, including Great Britain’s Adam Peaty in his signature 100 breast.
So much action on deck and in the water in at the FINA World Swimming Championships. SwimSwam’s photographer Mike Lewis is…
Dressel popped off the start to take the lead over Great Britain’s Ben Proud, holding him off in the final few meters to take top seed for finals in 22.76.
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Check out a preview of the first preliminary session of the 2017 FINA World Championships.
Former club teammates turned NCAA rivals Joseph Schooling and Caeleb Dressel will have their rematch in the 100 fly, though this time it’ll go down in the long course pool at the 2017 FINA World Championships.
At 32 years, 127 days, Matt Grevers is almost 4 years older than any other member of Team USA.