With his upcoming move to Tempe, Arizona with coach Bob Bowman, Michael Phelps will be moving away from his childhood stomping grounds, the Meadowbrook Aquatic Center, in Baltimore, Maryland. This weekend, he competed at Meadowbrook for the last time before his move at the 2015 NBAC Mid-Summer Classic.
After prelims on Monday, he posted a picture of himself to Instagram on the blocks before his 100 freestyle. Prelims was held in their indoor six lane pool, which can be seen in the picture below, and finals was then moved to the 10 lane outdoor pool.
As reported by SwimSwam’s Loretta Race:
As a follow-up swim to his prelims clocking of 50.80 in the 100m freestyle, Michael Phelps, went on to register a 49.66 in finals to ultimately win the event at Meadowbrook Aquatic Center. The swims went down at the NBAC Mid-Summer Classic, one of the 22-time Olympic medalist’s final tuneups before his target meet, the U.S. Summer National Championships.
Whereas Phelps swam prelims indoors in a 6-lane pool, the final was moved outdoors and in a 10-laner. The video above was submitted by Noah Yanchulis.