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Men’s 200 IM
Chase Kalisz capped off a speedy weekend of racing with a top showing in the men’s 200 IM. Kalisz pulled ahead of the field in the backstroke leg and never looked back, cruising to a final time of 1:57.21. His time improved upon his previous 2017 best of 1:57.71 from Mesa, moving him up to third in the world rankings.
Jay Litherland picked up second overall with a 2:01.11, while Ryosuke Irie added a bronze medal to his collection with a 2:02.55.
Angel Martinez finished fourth overall with a 2:02.99, just ahead of Mack Darragh’s time of 2:03.59.
Grant Sander and Matthew Josa completed the top heat with times of 2:03.96 and 2:04.92 respectively.
Gunnar Bentz was a no-show for the event.