Video Interview: Nathan Adrian Has A Lot To Build On

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California’s Nathan Adrian feels like he has a lot to build on after a sprint freestyle sweep at the 2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Minneapolis.

Original 100 free report:

Cal’s Nathan Adrian and Santo Condorelli battled throughout the men’s 100 free for first, but it was Adrian who won out, stopping the clock at 48.49. Adrian’s time was good for a new pool record, lowering the former record of 48.60 set in 2013 by Brett Fraser.

Condorelli settled for second and a time of 48.65, shaving a total of .29 seconds off his prelims time of 48.94.

Joao De Lucca delivered a 49.35 to round out the top three finishers.

Marcelo Chierighini, swimming unattached, turned in a time of 49.63 for fourth, while Trojan Swim Club’s Conor Dwyer took fifth overall with a time of 49.85.

Sixth went to Yuri Kisil and his time of 49.97, while Renzo Tjon A Joe finished seventh in the event with a 50.32.

Geoff Cheah rounded out the top eight with a final time of 50.42.

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