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Aiden Hayes Rattles National Public HS 100 FL Record at OK HS Prelims
100 fly: 45.97, 50 free: 19.53, 50 back: 20.75
Joseph Schooling‘s 100 fly HS record 45.52...
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Feb. 25, 2021— Hayes was also 20.75 leading off Norman North's 200 medley relay which is one of the fastest 50 backstrokes of all time.

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Ryan Held Assesses His Career on the Ultimate Swimmer Podcast
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Jan. 19, 2021— Ryan Held Assesses His Career on the Ultimate Swimmer Podcast The latest episode of the Ultimate Swimmer Podcast with Josh Davis featured Team USA sprinter Ryan Held, a member of the 2016 gold-medal winning 400 freestyle relay at the Olympic Games in Rio. Here is a look at some of the topics that Held discussed during his Ultimate Swimmer Podcast visit. By Noah Yanchulis Ryan Held is among the elite when you talk about sprint talent in America. He was a multi-time Illinois state champ in high school, multi-time NCAA champion in college, has won national titles on the pro level and ha ...

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Ultimate Swimmer Podcast: Ryan Held

Ryan Held is as good as they come when you talk about sprint talent in America. He was a multi-time Illinois State Champ in high school, multi-time NCAA cham...

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Michael Andrew Reflects on Pro Criticism at Young Age & Events He Is Focusing on For Olympic Trials
Criticism of turning pro at a young age ...
His Olympic Trial events ...
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Jan. 18, 2021— US National champion Michael Andrew appeared on Inside With Brett Hawke about his 2021 plans and the current status of his Olympic goals. Andrew talked about his surfing tactics, something he took on when he moved out west to Encinitas, California, and how he views it as a good “out of the pool” activity. He talked about the positives that came out of 2020 (7:50) and what he learned during the US lockdown and how he came out of it as a better swimmer and person. Andrew opened up about contracting coronavirus (10:30) in the last few months and how he was able to come out of it healthy ...

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SwimSwam Podcast: Michael Andrew on Paths of Growth During Quarantine
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July 16, 2020— We sat down with Michael Andrew , who took us through his “training schedule” during quarantine. Andrew has been doing the majority of his training outside of the pool, including weight training, paddling in the ocean, and cycling. Essentially, doing everything he can to make himself the strongest vessel possible. He is also able to get back into the pool as well, still keeping his feel and speed up in the pool.
 
 
 
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WATCH: Michael Andrew Analyzes His Own 1:56.8 IM & That Freestyle Split
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March 27, 2020— Some interesting insight from Michael Andrew ‘s latest vlog, as the U.S. National Teamer breaks down his nation-leading 200 IM from earlier this month. The 20-year-old Andrew is vlogging daily through the current coronavirus/COVID-19 quarantine. This time around, he plays the race video of his 1:56.83 200 IM from the Des Moines Pro Swim Series, giving commentary over the top about his race strategy and how he can improve. Andrew has done some cool research, compiling a bunch of the top 200 IM swims in the past three years and breaking them out by split to see where each of his stroke ...

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International Swimming League Will Add 100 IM to Schedule in 2020-2021
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March 19, 2020— World Record holder Vlad Morozov becomes even more valuable in year 2 of the ISL thanks to the addition of the ultimate sprint event: the 100 IM.

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Michael Andrew Rocks 1:56 200 IM at PSS Des Moines, 6th Fastest American Ever
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March 8, 2020— World Championships medalist Michael Andrew had a big swim on Saturday night at the 2020 Pro Swim Series in Des Moines. Andrew raced to a 1:56.83 in the 200 IM, finishing over a second ahead of the field. That dropped over half a second from his former best. NCAA Champion Andrew Seliskar took 2nd in 1:58.01, taking a couple of tenths off his lifetime best from 2018. Andrew’s former best was a 1:57.49 from the Richmond Pro Swim Series last April.

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Dressel Clocks 50.97 FL, Breaks Conger's PSS Record in Des Moines
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March 7, 2020— Topping off the evening in Des Moines was the men’s 100 fly final, headlined by Andrew Wilson, who won the 100 breast on Thursday. At the finish, however, Andrew slowly fatigued as Caeleb Dressel accelerated past him. At the touch, it was Dressel with the win at 50.92, breaking the 2018 PSS record held by Jack Conger (51.00). This time marks Dressel’s 11th swim under 51 seconds in the 100 fly. Outside of taper meets, this is Dressel’s 2nd-fastest swim in-season.

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SwimSwam's Top 100 for 2021: Women's #100-76
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Feb. 8, 2021— In addition to her impressive track record, Seebohm was a big ISL talent this past season, ranked T-24th overall in the MVP rankings.

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Ian Thorpe: “Everyone in the World is Swimming the 200 Freestyle Wrong” (Video)
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Jan. 20, 2021— Australian Swimming legend Ian Thorpe believes that his sensational 1:44.06 World record over 200 metres freestyle in 2001 remains one off the three most competitive four-length swims of the past two decades because “everyone in the world is swimming the 200 freestyle wrong.” “You can’t swim 150 meters easy and then turn it into a sprint. You are going to limit what time you are going to do,” says Thorpe, Olympic 400m freestyle champion at Sydney 2000 and 200m and 400m gold medallist at Athens 2004. Now 37, he believes that the only way the swimmer who cannot match the rare backend s ...

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Inside with Brett Hawke: Ian Thorpe

Brett sits down with swimming prodigy, Ian Thorpe.What makes a champion?What is it like being a World Champion at 15 years old?The level of expectation and p...

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Read, Watch, Play: What Elite Swimmers Around The World Are Doing At Home
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March 29, 2020— As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to unfold essentially minute-by-minute around the world, one thing we know is that athletes across all sports are off the field, away from the court and out of the pool indefinitely. Most swimmers already had comprehensive strength and conditioning programs built into their overall training regimens, but they are now forced to rely on just those athletic outlets until they’re able to finally get wet once again. Besides dryland training, your favorite elite stars are also keeping their minds sharp by catching up on books they’ve been me ...

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Chalmers Butterflying Visit to Sydney Might Just Reap Extra Olympic Race Date With His Mate Dressel
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March 15, 2020— Kyle Chalmers (Marion) may well consider adding the 100m butterfly to his Tokyo Olympic program according to his coach Peter Bishop – who says it’s not off the table. The Rio Olympic 100m freestyle gold medallist showed his hand in Sydney overnight with an eye-catching personal best time of 51.37 – the third fastest time in the world this year. It was his fourth victory in three days as the successful NSW State Open Championships w ...

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R. Smith, Andrew Lead Des Moines Money Earners, Smith Leads Entire PSS
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March 9, 2020— Regan Smith earned the most prize money of any athlete for a second-consecutive Pro Swim Series stop, and she now leads the entire series in earnings at $13,000. Smith didn’t even swim the season-opening stop at Greensboro, but put up identical $6500 totals in Knoxville and Des Moines to earn the series lead. Smith is still under amateurism restrictions on how much of that money she can accept, though, given that she still plans to swim for Stanford in the NCAA.

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Smith & Murphy Lead PSS As 16 of Top 20 Swims of Season Come In Des Moines
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March 9, 2020— It’s a backstroker’s world; we just live in it. Backstrokers Ryan Murphy and Regan Smith lead the 2020 Pro Swim Series as the Des Moines stop produced 16 of the top 20 swims of the Pro Swim Series season in FINA points. Smith already led the series by a pretty-much-insurmountable margin. In fact, after her 986-point 100 back swim in Knoxville, we did some fun math to project just how improbable it would be that anyone could beat that swim over the rest of the tour.

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Michael Andrew Describes Changes in his Swimming after Getting an Agent (Video)
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March 9, 2020— Michael Andrew blasted out to a lifetime best in the 200 IM at 1:56.83 , ranking 4th in the world this season. Andrew split the race 24.07/29.15/33.47/30.14, swimming his free leg within a second of his back leg. Coming in for second with his strong finishing free was Andrew Seliskar , now ranking 9th in the world this season at 1:58.01. Germany’s Jacob Heidtmann finished in third place also under 2 minutes at 1:59.78, just making the top 25 times in the world. Andrew is now the fastest American in the 200 IM this season.

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TYR Pro Swim Series Prelims: Regan Smith Sets the Pace in 100 Back
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March 8, 2020— Regan Smith will get another chance to show what she’s got in Saturday night’s final day of the TYR Pro Swim Series stop in Des Moines. She enters the evening as the top seed in the 100 backstroke, an event where she holds the world record, after a morning swim of 58.79 seconds. The second seed is Olivia Smoliga in 59.60 with Kathleen Baker also under a minute in the morning prelims.

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