2021 PRO SWIM SERIES – SAN ANTONIO
Following the ladies’s heats, the primary males’s preliminary session from San Antonio will characteristic the identical 4 occasions: 200 free, 100 breast, 100 fly and 400 IM.
The 200 free seems to be just like the occasion the place everybody must be on their toes this morning to make sure qualifying for tonight’s ‘A’ last, with three full heats headlined by some heavy hitters.
There’s the occasion’s American representants from the 2019 World Championships in Andrew Seliskar and Townley Haas, the quickest man in yards historical past in Dean Farris, and the quickest 500 yard swimmer of all-time in Kieran Smith.
The 100 fly may also have three heats, led by Maxime Rooney, the one man within the discipline who’s been sub-51. Rooney may also tackle the 200 free, whereas Seliskar holds down the #2 seed within the 100 fly. Cal’s Tom Shields and Ryan Murphy may also race the occasion.
The 100 breast can be brief and candy, that includes two stacked heats. 4 males are available seeded sub-1:00, led by Andrew Wilson who hit a better of 58.93 again in 2019. Nic Fink can be coming off a white-hot ISL marketing campaign.
The 400 IM tasks to be pretty sleepy with just one warmth, so swimmers will seemingly mess around with splitting and primarily look to keep away from a disqualification.
Males’s 200 Free Prelims
- PSS Report: 1:44.82, Solar Yang (CHN), 2016
- U.S. Olympic Trials Minimize: 1:50.79
Males’s 100 Breast Prelims
- PSS Report: 58.86, Adam Peaty (GBR), 2017
- U.S. Olympic Trials Minimize: 1:03.29
Males’s 100 Fly Prelims
- PSS Report: 50.92, Caeleb Dressel (USA), 2020
- U.S. Olympic Trials Minimize: 54.19
Males’s 400 IM Prelims
- PSS Report: 4:08.92, Chase Kalisz (USA), 2018
- U.S. Olympic Trials Minimize: 4:25.99