Matt Grevers and Amanda Weir grabbed gold medals of the Men’s 200m backstroke and Women’s 50m freestyle respectively at the 2013 Arena Grand Prix.

Grevers experienced no difficulty from his toughest challenger and touched the wall with the timing of 1 minute and 58.84 seconds.

The champion was followed by Tyler Clary, who stayed nearly two and a half body lengths behind and tapped the wall for silver medal by producing an effort of 2 minutes and 01.02 seconds.

Clary was followed by Arkady Vyatchanin, who stayed 2.80 seconds behind and stepped on the finishing end for bronze medal with an effort of 2 minutes and 03.82 seconds.

The bronze medallist was chased by Bobby Bollier, who stayed 1.50 seconds slower and settled on the finishing end for fourth position holder by clocking an effort of 2 minutes and 05.32 seconds.

Fifth spot of the race was followed by Jake Tapp, who was 1.59 seconds apart and finished fifth in the race by submitting an effort of 2 minutes and 06.91 seconds.

On the other hand, Weir occupied the title of 50m freestyle. She was in a lead of two arm strokes over her toughest competitor and surfaced on the wall for first position with an effort of 25.53 seconds.

The first position holder was trailed by Victoria Poon, who remained 0.31 seconds slower and stepped on the finishing wall for silver medal by producing an effort of 25.84 seconds.

The silver medallist was chased by Simone Manuel, who stayed 0.01 seconds slower from her preceding swimmer and completed the podium by winning bronze medal with an effort of 25.85 seconds.

Manuel was chased by Isabella Arcila, who stayed 0.27 seconds slower and settled on the finishing end for fourth position by clocking a time of 26.12 seconds.

Fifth position of the event was secured by Nathalie Lindborg, who was only an inch behind and hit the wall with an effort of 26.26 seconds.

Furthermore, the position holders received medals and accolades for their notable efforts at the victory ceremony of the tournament.

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