Hali Flickinger has had an incredible showing at the 2019 Atlanta Classic, despite an intense training block involving high-yardage practices and heavy weight sessions.
After winning the 50 back, breast, and fly, Michael Andrew has scratched his remaining swims for the final prelims session of the Bloomington PSS.
A new season-best for Pieroni, improving on his 1:47.92 from the Des Moines stop, this puts him 24th in the world in 2018-19 (and top American, passing Caeleb Dressel’s 1:47.31).
Katie Ledecky was dominant en route to the victory in the women’s 200 freestyle, posting a time of 1:55.80.
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The 22-year-old’s previous best was 4:38.43 from the Indianapolis PSS last year (though she had initially gone 4:36.96 at the 2017 World Trials before she was disqualified).
It’s official: Harvard’s Dean Farris has announced his plans to take an Olympic redshirt for the 2019-2020 NCAA season.
Yulia Efimova explained to SwimSwam whether she will swim the 200 breaststroke at World Championships or not. Efimova placed 3rd in the event at Russian Nationals, what theoretically would leave her out from defending her 2017 world champion title.
Nicholas Santos broke the South American record in 50 fly at the FINA Champions Swim Series in Budapest. He is left out of the Brazilian roster for the World Championships by the Brazilian federation, however he explained there is a chance that he might be invited to swim in Gwangju.
Olympic Champion Sarah Sjostrom grabbed 5 golds and one silver at the Budapest stop of the FINA Champions Swim Series. There she explained us why she probably won’t swim the 200 free at the World Championships this summer and her plans for the 100 fly.
The speedster is planning to race in 5 individual events at World Championships this summer, and explained how is he preparing to deal with the fatigue of his busy schedule.
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Listen Margo Geer explain her strategy and successfully repeating as the TYR Derby Pro 50 Free Champ
Hear Ryan Held and Lia Neal each give perspective on what they took away from their Olympic experiences
Michael Chadwick and Kendyl Stewart, explain what about swimming with David Marsh for Team elite in La Jolla, California makes the right mixture for elite athletes.