On May 15, American swimmer Michael Andrew won the men’s 200 meter individual medley (IM) race at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Indianapolis. Digital Journal has the recap.
Andrew clocked 1:56.84, leaving Grant House in second place with 2:00.30, and Angel Martinez in third place with 2:00.55.
On his swim, Andrew remarked, “I think of all the races I have swum this weekend, I was most disappointed with this one. This evening was a little hard to get in the right frame of mind, I felt a little tired mentally. That race hurt a lot more, but I’m happy with some of the adjustments we were able to make and I’m looking forward to these next three weeks and getting ready for Trials.”
This week at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Indianapolis, Andrew claimed victories in the men’s 100 meter breaststroke (and U.S. Open Record) and the men’s 100 meter butterfly race with a Championship Record.
Andrew serves as a captain of the New York Breakers swimming team in the International Swimming League (ISL), with Tina Andrew as the team’s General Manager. He looking forward to ISL Season 3 following the Tokyo Olympic Games.
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