McKenzie Coan (Loyola Maryland) set an American record in the S7 400-meter freestyle, swimming to fourth place in a time of 5:09.49 on the first day of the Indianapolis 2018 World Para Swimming World Series on Thursday. U.S. athletes claimed 10 medals, including six gold, at the Indiana University Natatorium. Athletes from across the world are competing on U.S. soil for the second stop of the world series circuit. The event, which is being held in Indianapolis for the second year in a row, features 198 swimmers from 17 countries. Thirteen-time Paralympic gold medalist Jessica Long (Baltimore) captured two medals on the first day, including gold in the 400 free and silver in the 100 breaststroke. Alyssa Gialamas (Baltimore, Maryland) won the SB4 50 breast. Six-time Paralympic medalist Becca Meyers (Timonium) swam to second place in the S13 400 free. Lawrence Sapp (Waldorf) captured the bronze medal in the S14 200 free. The event wraps up today.