"The way he swam it today was the way he used to swim a lot of races when he was at his peak," Bowman said. "He just went out pretty slow and came back fast, which means he's pretty confident. He didn't, like, spin his wheels and try to panic down there, like he did in the 100 fly, under pressure. So that's what I'm looking for. I'm looking for him to be relaxed, to have control of his stroke."