2019 ATLANTA CLASSIC May 17th-19th, 2019 Georgia Tech McAuley Aquatic Center, Atlanta, Georgia LCM (50m pool) Meet Information Psych Sheets…
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.
We’ve all been in the place after your spring taper meet, but either before or during spring break. One day you could have the best practice of your career, going in-practice (or even lifetime) bests from a push, and the next day you could feel like you were hit by a bus that untaught you how to swim. That’s where we are for this practice with the Clippers.
Lilly King made it two-for-two in the women’s breaststroke events with a win in the 50, touching in 30.03 to move past Yuliya Efimova (30.26) for the top time in the world this year.
We later learned that Comerford’s scratch on Night 3 was to go to a teammates wedding in Columbus, Ohio, a 4-hour drive from Bloomington
After being the only swimmer sub-54 in the prelims, Simone Manuel got the job done tonight in the A final. She posted a 53.65, a touch off of her morning swim.
Italian stars Margherita Panziera, Piero Codia and Fabio Scozzoli talked with SwimSwam during the FINA Champions Swim Series in Budapest to explain how did they improve their performance last season and their aims for the current season.
Cody Miller dropped a new personal best time to win the men’s 200 breast decisively in 2:08.98, improving on his old best of 2:09.08 done way back in 2015.
Nathan Adrian had a strong showing of 22.22 for third in his fourth race back after surgery.
Sunday night in the final race of the 2019 Atlanta Classic, Caeleb Dressel posted an impressive 47.86 in the 100 freestyle, becoming the 4th-fastest performer in the world this year. In prelims, Dressel nearly even-split the race, touching in an impressive 48.45, splitting 24.10/24.35.
Cody Miller is still moving along with his injury comeback, smashing his 4-year-old personal best in the 200 breast.
Regan Smith put on a sensational performance to win the women’s 200 back, clocking 2:06.47 to narrowly miss her personal best time of 2:06.43. Smith was also just off of Taylor Ruck‘s PSS Record of 2:06.36.
Annie Lazor dropped a massive best time to win the women’s 200 breast in 2:20.77, over two seconds faster than her previous PB set in Des Moines (2:22.99).
Here we hace the race videos from day 4 of the meet. That includes the 100 back, 200 breast, 100 fly, 200 IM, 50 free, and 800 free.
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