Women’s 400 IM:
Elizabeth Beisel flew to first in the women’s 400 IM with a final time of 4:33.55. Beisel’s time rockets her to fourth in the world rankings for 2016, up from eighth.
Maya DiRado turned in a second place finish of 4:36.98, finishing just shy of her 2016 best of 4:36.82.
After winning the 200 free this morning Katie Ledecky was back and continues to prove herself as a 400 IMer. Ledecky stopped the clock at a 4:37.93 for third and enters the world rankings for 2016 at thirteenth.
Despite posting the top time of the morning Stanford’s Ella Eastin slipped to fourth with a 4:40.77, while Sarah Henry claimed fifth with a 4:41.58.
Mia Nonneberg grabbed sixth overall with a 4:42.19.
Emily Cameron (4:47.50) and Brittany MacLean (4:48.08) were seventh and eighth.