Reigning Olympic Champ Nathan Adrian Fires 48.05 Reminder in 100 Freestyle

Olympic 100m champion Nathan Adrian (USA)   by Patrick B. Kraemer
Olympic 100m champion Nathan Adrian (USA) by Patrick B. Kraemer

Nathan Adrian churned out a 48.05 clocking to win the 100 freestyle at the Orlando stop of the United States Swimming Pro Series.

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Rafael

Craig that get back to the old discussion. 50×100 when adrian went 21,37 he went only 48,3. Now he went 48 flat but 21,7.

DDias

Rafael,
the double(at MAX) is not an easy task. And 50 free became a NO ERRORS race.The guy with a great start and less mistakes, wins.

And although Adrian time was great, he has a habit to swim more or less rested.His old PB in season was 48.08.

aswimfan

Missy is definitely slowly coming back to her best years condition after 10 moths training in altitude with Schmitz.

The question is whether it will be enough time by the time of trials/Olympics rolls in.

Ger

It seemed there was quite a few disqualifications during this meet; officials calling technical infringements. Better now than during trials.

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