Ipsen set Danish records in the 400 IM and 800 free just last week in Denmark, as well as set a (then) personal best in the 1500
Among her accolades, most recently Claire Curzan shattered her own 13-14 girls NAG this weekend, blasting a 58.61 in the 100m butterfly
Madisyn Cox had a great swim here, posting a 2:10.27 with Alto’s Ella Eastin 2nd in 2:11.68. Cox’s 37.38 breast split put her out of reach.
Katie Meili took 6th in the 50 breast with a 31.46 to cap her first long course meet since 2018 Pan Pacific Championships.
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Fighting through strep throat, Simone Manuel was still very quick tonight, posting a 53.74 to win the 100 free.
Michael Andrew put together the best swim of his life by a huge margin, coming back with a 30.00 to clock a 1:57.49.
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Josh Prenot use his lethal back-half to pull away from the field and win with a comfy time of 2:11.51. This is Prenot’s 2nd PSS 200 breast title after winning in Knoxville.
Swimming the 2nd-fastest time in the world, an unsual position for this star, was Katie Ledecky, hot off the heels of her B-final swim in the 50 free
Annie Lazor continues her thrilling year, winning yet another PSS 200 breast title with a 2:23.22. Her PB from Des Moines of 2:22.99 remains the 4th-fastest time in the world.
Just 14 minutes after winning the 50 free, Olivia Smoliga surprised herself with a new PSS record and personal best time, winning in a 58.73
Dressel’s time is the 12th-fastest time in the world this year.
Since coming down from a 2 1/2 week training camp in Colorado Springs, Katie Ledecky is having a solid showing in Richmond