After taking 7th in prelims, Caeleb Dressel topped the podium in finals, splitting 24.33/25.32 to win in 49.65
17-year-old Penny Oleksiak split 26.70/28.43 en route to her winning time of 55.13
Michael Andrew scorched a lifetime best 21.73 to dominate this race by a second. That took .02 off his former lifetime best of 21.75
Andrew, Fratus and Gkolomeev all stepped up big in the final, throwing down sub-22 swims in their third race in less than an hour.
Margo Geer claimed the TYR Pro Derby Title with a final round swim of 24.91.
Michael Andrew clocked in at 22.03 in round two to overtake Bruno Fratus heading into the final.
Margo Geer showed great consistency from her first to her second swim, adding just four one-hundredths to take over the top spot heading to the final.
Bruno Fratus topped the opening round in a blistering 21.74.
Veteran Madison Kennedy won the women’s opening round, putting up a quick time of 24.88. Margo Geer also cracked the 25-second barrier in 24.97.
Indiana’s Blake Pieroni led off against reigning American record-holder Townley Haas, finishing with the two fastest 200 frees in history along with the first-ever swim under 1:30 – relay start or flat start
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