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Amy Van Dyken recaps all the Day 7 action from US Swim Trials in Omaha, NE.
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I'm Brian Webber this inside -- is presented by city let's welcome in six time Olympic gold medalist at foxsports.com. Swimming analyst Amy Van Dyken from Omagh. And be on Sunday we had two finals on the men's side the hundred meter fly in the fifty meter free what did you take away from both of those races. Well Brian once again your alma it was a great night we start up for the -- hundred meter butterfly. Every one that walked in Knight think and Michael Phelps was in -- run away with that and they were not wrong Michael Phelps ran away with the accorsi did you at the world record holder he won the gold medal back in 2008. So no surprise there. Surprise came with Ryan locked. I thought well perhaps its second at third Brian mach the third and hundred butterfly he will not be -- mean not landed. Tyler McGill will be -- it landed back in 2008 place sport at these Olympic trials so he's making his first Olympic team. Then at the men's fifty free the splash and dash in these guys did not disappoint it was so exciting I held my breath the entire time. I was exhausted coming out the winner was calling it Jones making his second event for these games. It's also the first time he's ever so on an individual event at the Olympics self he's got another one under his belt. Coming in second with Anthony -- the last time he was in the Olympics was in 2000 where he won the gold medal in this event he was only a hundredth of a second behind Cullen Jones. So balance in the BNL fighter out there in London as well. -- was a very busy day in the pool for the women what do you take away from the Olympic trials today. In Nebraska. Well Brian there -- young lady here who is making an absolute splash that is young and missy Franklin and she did it again tonight in the women's 200 meter backstroke. She won this event by a body length which is huge because -- six foot one so that's a lot of body like. She also -- the fastest time in the world this year so heading into London. She's got to have a lot of confidence. Also making the team in that event is Elizabeth Beisel to to be her second event that she's going to swim in London. Then we have the women's 800 meter freestyle. Traditionally. Be honest it's kind of it's new user knowing gets really excited but this time was different. We had young Heatley Becky who -- fifteen years old. She took it out half I mean she led. From the start that race traditionally what happens -- every once -- starts together and it about halfway someone takes off. Not fifteen year old Katie -- Becky she led from the start she was making it known that she was gonna make the Olympic team. She also swam the second fastest time in the world this year. Also making that Olympic team is Kate is ziglar. She swam the third fastest time in the world this year so we got some fast 800 meter freestyle hours to watch out for inland it. All right Amy thanks very much that's it for this inside edge presented by city don't forget foxsports.com. As you covered Troy your Olympic needs some Bryan Webber will see next up.