WATCH: Selected Day 4 Finals Race Videos from PSS Indy

2021 PRO SWIM SERIES – INDIANAPOLIS (#5)

Day 4 Finals Live Recap

Missed out on streaming the last finals session of the 2021 Pro Swim Series in Indianapolis? Well, sit back and catch up because SwimSwam has all the race videos right here. On Saturday night, the finals of the women’s and men’s 100 back, 200 breast, 50 free, 200 IM, and 800 free.

In the women’s 50 free, Kate Douglass blasted a lifetime best of 24.54, easily defeating Erika Brown and Catie Deloof. That swim passes Erika Brown to enter the all-time US rankings at No. 10. Cracking into the top-10 in the world for this year, Hunter Armstrong dropped nearly a second from his swim from prelims to take first ahead of Matt Grevers and Will Grant. He now sits as the third fastest American in the event this year, ranked behind Justin Ress and Ryan Murphy. Michael Andrew then handily won the men’s 200 IM final, leading the race from start to finish. With his time he now sits at No. 4 in the world rankings this season.

WOMEN’S 100 BACK FINALS

  • PSS Record: 58.18, Regan Smith (2020)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 1:01.49
  1. Regan Smith – 58.77
  2. Phoebe Bacon – 59.62
  3. Catie Deloof – 59.71

MEN’S 100 BACK FINALS

  • PSS Record: 52.40, David Plummer (2018)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut:  55.51
  1. Hunter Armstrong – 53.69
  2. Matt Grevers – 54.27
  3. Will Grant – 54.28

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WOMEN’S 200 BREAST FINAL

  • PSS Record: 2:20.77, Annie Lazor (2019)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 2:30.49
  1. Lilly King – 2:21.82
  2. Emily Escobedo – 2:22.81
  3. Ella Nelson – 2:26.81

MEN’S 200 BREAST FINAL

  • PSS Record: 2:08.95, Andrew Wilson (2018)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 2:15.28
  1. Alex Evdokimov – 2:12.10
  2. Anton McKee – 2:12.24
  3. Miguel Chavez – 2:12.74

WOMEN’S 50 FREE FINAL

  • PSS Record: 24.17, Sarah Sjostrom (2016)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 25.65
  1. Kate Douglass – 24.54
  2. Erika Brown – 24.87
  3. Catie Deloof – 25.05

MEN’S 50 FREE FINALS

  • PSS Record: 21.51, Caeleb Dressel (2020)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 22.71
  1. Nathan Adrian – 22.13
  2. Koko Bratanov – 22.25
  3. Michael Chadwick – 22.29

WOMEN’S 200 IM FINALS

  • PSS Record: 2:08.66, Katinka Hosszu (2015)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 2:15.26
  1. Alex Walsh – 2:10.67
  2. Kate Douglass – 2:10.74
  3. Beata Nelson – 2:13.01

B-Final Winner: Monika Gonzalez-Hermosillo — 2:14.21

MEN’S 200 IM FINAL

  • PSS Record: 1:56.32, Michael Phelps (2012)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 2:03.02
  1. Michael Andrew – 1:56.84
  2. Grant House – 2:00.30
  3. Angel Martinez – 2:00.55

WOMEN’S 800 FREE FINAL

  • PSS Record: 8:06.68, Katie Ledecky (2016)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 8:44.01
  1.  Ally McHugh – 8:26.24
  2.  Emma Nordin – 8:27:44
  3.  Sierra Schmidt – 8:27.54

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MEN’S 800 FREE FINAL

  • PSS Record: 7:49.94, Michael McBroom (2014)
  • Wave II Olympic Trials Cut: 8:08.95
  1. Marwan El Kamash – 7:53.28
  2. Alfonso Mestre – 7:55.69
  3. Zane Grothe – 7:59.33

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Coach Rob
1 month ago

Finally! Now we’re just waiting on the videos from the final day of the Atlanta Classic meet.

fairisfair
1 month ago

Where’s the Men’s 100M Back??? It says “video unavailable”

SWIMMING RULES
1 month ago

Good swim by MA. The turns. None of his turns were exactly pretty. Particularly the fly-to-back turn. Just popped up really quickly. The freestyle is still not there, even though he is 6 5, it looks like he has the arms of someone who is 5ft 6. Fly, back, and breast looked great though.

McG
Reply to  SWIMMING RULES
1 month ago

Agreed. His freestyle stroke is so short….would love to see him stretch out that stroke. I wonder how many strokes he took on that last 50.

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