By Allison Pierce, Swimming World College Intern
Nathaniel Carr had a successful second night at the Futures Championships in College Park, Maryland. Carr took first in the men’s 200 freestyle with a time of 1:52.77. Daniel Cook touched the wall in 1:53.02 to take second, and Andrew Greenhalgh of Rockville-Montgomery Swim Club finished third with a 1:53.53.
Carr also competed in the 100 breaststroke, where he clocked a 1:04.47 to take second place, while Upper Dublin Aquatic Club’s Wyatt Amdor won the event in a 1:04.04.
Nation’s Capital dominated the women’s 200 freestyle. Claire Nguyen finished first with a 2:02.63. Her teammate Sinead Eksteen nabbed second in a 2:02.93, and Madeline Laporte–yet another Nation’s Capital swimmer–took third in a 2:03.17.
Nation’s Capital also had a win in the women’s 100 butterfly. Isabella Gati won with a 1:01.35. Amelia Bullock finished second in a 1:01.82, and Allison Goldblatt finished a mere .02 seconds later to earn third place (1:01.84).
The final win of the night for Nation’s Capital was in the men’s 400 IM, where Lane Stone swam a 4:26.86. Ivan Puskovtich, who won the men’s 1500 last night, claimed second with a 4:28.26. William Roberts finished third in a 4:29.11.
Mary Buckley finished first in the women’s 100 breaststroke with a time of 1:12.11. Jaycee Yegher of Rockville-Montgomery Swim Club clocked a 1:12.68 for second place, while Anna Keating finished shortly after in a 1:12.73.
Columbia Aquatics’ Jack Saunderson led the pack in the men’s 100 butterfly with a 53.59. River Wright took second in a 55.47, and Cason Wilburn of East Coast Aquatic Team finished third with a 55.64.
Bryanna Cameron swam a 4:52.01 to win the women’s 400 IM, dropping four seconds from her entry time. Colby Hurt of 757 Swim took second with a 4:54.50. Junseo Kim finished in a 4:57.43 to claim third.
All results can be found on Meet Mobile.