Pan Pacific Championships: Katie Ledecky Posts Massive Double; Close Calls Everywhere Else

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GOLD COAST, Australia, August 21. The first night of finals at the Pan Pacific Championships really had just two primary storylines – Katie Ledecky’s dominance and close calls everywhere else.

Scheduled Events

  • Women’s 200 free
  • Men’s 200 free
  • Women’s 100 back
  • Men’s 100 back
  • Women’s 800 free
  • Women’s 200 fly
  • Men’s 200 fly
  • Men’s 1500 free

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HEAT SHEETS

Women’s 200 free

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Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

Shortly after Missy Franklin clipped the Pan Pacific record in the B final (see below), USA’s Katie Ledecky came along and dropped the time even more with a blazing 1:55.74.  That swim lowered Franklin’s meet record of 1:56.04, and nearly beat Laure Manaudou’s 2007 Australia All-Comers record of 1:55.52.

It’s not the same level of speed as Ledecky had at U.S. Nationals, where she moved to second in the world with a 1:55.16, but it was all she needed to easily win the Pan Pacs title.

Australia’s Bronte Barratt charged to silver with a 1:57.22, off her 13th-ranked season best of 1:56.61 from the Australian Nationals.  USA’s Shannon Vreeland took bronze in 1:57.38.

Australia’s Melanie Schlanger (1:57.39), Canada’s Samantha Cheverton (1:58.96), Japan’s Chihiro Igarashi (1:59.08), China’s Zhang Sishi (1:59.29) and Japan’s Yasuki Miyamoto (1:59.94) also swam in the A final.

A Final Results

  1 LEDECKY, KATIE   17 UNITED STATES     1:56.45    1:55.74P  930  
    r:+0.68  27.49        56.61 (29.12)
        1:26.10 (29.49)     1:55.74 (29.64)
  2 BARRATT, BRONTE  25 AUSTRALIA         1:57.65    1:57.22   895  
    r:+0.68  27.72        57.27 (29.55)
        1:27.68 (30.41)     1:57.22 (29.54)
  3 VREELAND, SHANN  22 UNITED STATES     1:57.40    1:57.38   891  
    r:+0.78  27.72        57.17 (29.45)
        1:27.40 (30.23)     1:57.38 (29.98)
  4 SCHLANGER, MELA  27 AUSTRALIA         1:57.16    1:57.39   891  
    r:+0.74  27.43        57.12 (29.69)
        1:27.39 (30.27)     1:57.39 (30.00)
  5 CHEVERTON, SAMA  26 CANADA            1:58.80    1:58.96   856  
    r:+0.70  28.24        58.35 (30.11)
        1:28.48 (30.13)     1:58.96 (30.48)
  6 IGARASHI, CHIHI  19 JAPAN             1:59.96    1:59.08   854  
    r:+0.67  27.76        58.23 (30.47)
        1:28.77 (30.54)     1:59.08 (30.31)
  7 ZHANG, SISHI     20 CHINA             1:59.45    1:59.29   849  
    r:+0.68  27.86        57.97 (30.11)
        1:28.85 (30.88)     1:59.29 (30.44)
  8 MIYAMOTO, YASUK  19 JAPAN             2:00.17    1:59.94   835  
    r:+0.76  27.93        58.53 (30.60)
        1:29.27 (30.74)     1:59.94 (30.67)

Missy Franklin definitely showed signs of having completely shaken off her back spasm issues with a sterling 1:56.04 during the B final.  That swim lowered the Pan Pacs record of 1:56.10 set by Allison Schmitt when she won the event in 2010.  It’s also faster than Franklin’s season best of 1:56.40 and moved her to seventh in the world. Her time also would have placed her second in the A final if she had made it through this morning.

Australia’s Emma McKeon finished second in 1:57.21 with Hong Kong’s Camille Cheng taking third in 1:58.99.

Canada’s Alyson Ackman (1:59.25), New Zealand’s Samantha Lucie-Smith (2:00.75), Japan’s Aya Takano (2:00.90), Hong Kong’s Hang Yu Sze (2:02.65) and Canada’s Tabitha Baumann (2:03.25) also swam in the consolation heat.

B Final Results

  9 FRANKLIN, MISSY  19 UNITED STATES     1:57.63    1:56.04P  922  
    r:+0.77  27.32        56.64 (29.32)
        1:26.07 (29.43)     1:56.04 (29.97)
 10 MCKEON, EMMA     20 AUSTRALIA         1:57.87    1:57.21   895  
    r:+0.77  27.55        57.44 (29.89)
        1:27.37 (29.93)     1:57.21 (29.84)
 11 CHENG, CAMILLE   21 HONG KONG         2:00.66    1:58.99   855  
    r:+0.68  27.25        57.07 (29.82)
        1:27.58 (30.51)     1:58.99 (31.41)
 12 ACKMAN, ALYSON   21 CANADA            2:00.43    1:59.25   850  
    r:+0.63  27.91        57.82 (29.91)
        1:28.38 (30.56)     1:59.25 (30.87)
 13 LUCIE-SMITH, SA  22 NEW ZEALAND       2:00.52    2:00.75   819  
    r:+0.75  28.41        58.96 (30.55)
        1:30.31 (31.35)     2:00.75 (30.44)
 14 TAKANO, AYA      20 JAPAN             2:00.93    2:00.90   816  
    r:+0.74  28.66        59.60 (30.94)
        1:30.65 (31.05)     2:00.90 (30.25)
 15 SZE, HANG YU     26 HONG KONG         2:02.93    2:02.65   781  
    r:+0.69  28.28        59.56 (31.28)
        1:31.57 (32.01)     2:02.65 (31.08)
 16 BAUMANN, TABITH  19 CANADA            2:02.79    2:03.25   770  
    r:+0.71  28.87      1:00.03 (31.16)
        1:32.22 (32.19)     2:03.25 (31.03)

Men’s 200 free

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Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

Australia’s Thomas Fraser-Holmes definitely defended his position as the top 200 freestyler in the world right now as he won the finale in 1:45.98.  That’s not quite his world-leading 1:45.08 from the Commonwealth Games, but it was more than enough to win the title tonight.

Japan’s Kosuke Hagino, one of the most well-rounded swimmers in the world, took second in 1:46.08. That’s off his seventh-ranked 1:45.89 from Japanese Nationals, but enough for silver.  Australia’s Cameron McEvoy snared bronze with a 1:46.36.  He’s been much faster with a third-ranked 1:45.46 from Aussie Nationals.

It was not a banner event for the Americans as Conor Dwyer (1:46.45) and defending champion Ryan Lochte (1:46.75) could not get themselves on the podium.

Brazil’s Nicolas Oliveira (1:46.98), New Zealand’s Matthew Stanley (1:47.33) and Japan’s Reo Sakata (1:47.76) also competed for the championship title.

A Final Results

  1 FRASER-HOLMES,   22 AUSTRALIA         1:46.95    1:45.98   891  
    r:+0.64  24.46        51.36 (26.90)
        1:18.82 (27.46)     1:45.98 (27.16)
  2 HAGINO, KOSUKE   20 JAPAN             1:46.60    1:46.08   888  
    r:+0.64  24.47        51.62 (27.15)
        1:18.90 (27.28)     1:46.08 (27.18)
  3 MCEVOY, CAMERON  20 AUSTRALIA         1:47.08    1:46.36   881  
    r:+0.61  24.76        51.31 (26.55)
        1:18.73 (27.42)     1:46.36 (27.63)
  4 DWYER, CONOR     25 UNITED STATES     1:46.65    1:46.45   879  
    r:+0.66  24.83        51.76 (26.93)
        1:19.12 (27.36)     1:46.45 (27.33)
  5 LOCHTE, RYAN     30 UNITED STATES     1:47.35    1:46.75   872  
    r:+0.66  24.49        51.44 (26.95)
        1:19.11 (27.67)     1:46.75 (27.64)
  6 OLIVEIRA, NICOL  27 BRAZIL            1:47.91    1:46.98   866  
    r:+0.65  24.73        51.77 (27.04)
        1:19.37 (27.60)     1:46.98 (27.61)
  7 STANLEY, MATTHE  22 NEW ZEALAND       1:48.74    1:47.33   858  
    r:+0.71  24.89        52.01 (27.12)
        1:19.63 (27.62)     1:47.33 (27.70)
  8 SAKATA, REO      18 JAPAN             1:47.74    1:47.76   848  
    r:+0.66  24.46        51.42 (26.96)
        1:19.48 (28.06)     1:47.76 (28.28)

He couldn’t quite replicate his 16th-ranked 1:46.90 from U.S. Nationals, but USA’s Matt McLean had enough in the tank to capture the B final with a time of 1:47.16.  Australia’s David McKeon touched second in the heat with a 1:47.48, while Japan’s Yuki Kobori tied Brazil’s Joao de Lucca for third with matching 1:47.98s.

New Zealand’s Dylan Dunlop-Barrett (1:49.30), New Zealand’s Steve Kent (1:49.71), Canada’s Coleman Allen (1:51.30) and China’s Ma Tianchi (1:56.27) also put up times in the consolation heat.

B Final Results

  9 MCLEAN, MATT     26 UNITED STATES     1:47.91    1:47.16   862  
    r:+0.73  25.68        53.08 (27.40)
        1:19.84 (26.76)     1:47.16 (27.32)
 10 MCKEON, DAVID    22 AUSTRALIA         1:47.45    1:47.48   854  
    r:+0.70  24.95        51.95 (27.00)
        1:19.69 (27.74)     1:47.48 (27.79)
 11 KOBORI, YUKI     20 JAPAN             1:47.91    1:47.98   842  
    r:+0.67  24.93        52.22 (27.29)
        1:20.09 (27.87)     1:47.98 (27.89)
 11 DE LUCCA, JOAO   24 BRAZIL            1:48.94    1:47.98   842  
    r:+0.66  25.10        52.43 (27.33)
        1:20.51 (28.08)     1:47.98 (27.47)
 13 DUNLOP-BARRETT,  23 NEW ZEALAND       1:50.01    1:49.30   812  
    r:+0.73  25.64        53.06 (27.42)
        1:20.91 (27.85)     1:49.30 (28.39)
 14 KENT, STEVEN     26 NEW ZEALAND       1:49.00    1:49.71   803  
    r:+0.63  25.08        52.45 (27.37)
        1:20.79 (28.34)     1:49.71 (28.92)
 15 ALLEN, COLEMAN   21 CANADA            1:51.80    1:51.30   769  
    r:+0.65  25.37        53.27 (27.90)
        1:21.77 (28.50)     1:51.30 (29.53)
 16 MA, TIANCHI      17 CHINA             1:52.37    1:56.27   675  
    r:+0.75  25.99        54.99 (29.00)
        1:25.67 (30.68)     1:56.27 (30.60)

Women’s 100 back

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

She’s been looking to score a big head-to-head victory against Missy Franklin, and she finally got it as Australia’s Emily Seebohm took advantage of a bit of a wounded Franklin to scorch the finale in 58.84. That’s an Australian All-Comers and Pan Pacs record.  Her previous world-leading time from the Australian Nationals of 58.92 had been the All-Comers record, while Seebohm also took down her meet record of 59.34 from this event in 2010. That’s a successful title defense for Seebohm.

Japan’s Sayaka Akase (1:00.65), Canada’s Dominique Bouchard (1:00.82), Canada’s Hilary Caldwell (1:00.99), USA’s Elizabeth Pelton (1:01.37) and Japan’s Miyuki Takemura (1:01.88) also competed in the championship heat.

A Final Results

  1 SEEBOHM, EMILY   22 AUSTRALIA           59.72      58.84!  963  
    r:+0.66  28.54        58.84 (30.30)
  2 HOCKING, BELIND  23 AUSTRALIA         1:00.46      59.78   918  
    r:+0.58  29.60        59.78 (30.18)
  3 FRANKLIN, MISSY  19 UNITED STATES     1:00.60    1:00.30   895  
    r:+0.71  29.74      1:00.30 (30.56)
  4 AKASE, SAYAKA    19 JAPAN             1:01.72    1:00.65   880  
    r:+0.61  29.55      1:00.65 (31.10)
  5 BOUCHARD, DOMIN  23 CANADA            1:01.10    1:00.82   872  
    r:+0.72  29.64      1:00.82 (31.18)
  6 CALDWELL, HILAR  23 CANADA            1:01.34    1:00.99   865  
    r:+0.61  29.88      1:00.99 (31.11)
  7 PELTON, ELIZABE  20 UNITED STATES     1:01.05    1:01.37   849  
    r:+0.69  30.02      1:01.37 (31.35)
  8 TAKEMURA, MIYUK  25 JAPAN             1:01.54    1:01.88   828  
    r:+0.53  29.83      1:01.88 (32.05)

Australia had a huge showing in the race as Belinda Hocking took second in 59.78 to tie her seventh-ranked time from Commonwealth Games, while Franklin settled for bronze in 1:00.30.  She just could not duplicate her third-ranked 59.38 from U.S. Nationals after battling back spasms the past day.

USA’s Kathleen Baker had a strong consolation heat as she won in 1:00.35.  Canada’s Brooklyn Snodgrass placed second in 1:00.57 with Brazil’s Etiene Medeiros placing third in 1:00.82.

Japan’s Shiho Sakai (1:01.86), China’s Zhao Ying (1:02.88), Hong Kong’s Claudia Lau (1:03.43), South Africa’s Marce Loubser (1:04.95) and South Africa’s Beatrix Malan (1:05.66) comprised the rest of the B final field.

B Final Results

  9 BAKER, KATHLEEN  17 UNITED STATES     1:01.09    1:00.35   893  
    r:+0.66  29.23      1:00.35 (31.12)
 10 SNODGRASS, BROO  20 CANADA            1:01.54    1:00.57   883  
    r:+0.67  29.48      1:00.57 (31.09)
 11 MEDEIROS, ETIEN  23 BRAZIL            1:01.81    1:00.82   872  
    r:+0.60  29.85      1:00.82 (30.97)
 12 SAKAI, SHIHO     23 JAPAN             1:01.86    1:01.86   829  
    r:+0.58  29.93      1:01.86 (31.93)
 13 ZHAO, YING       18 CHINA             1:02.99    1:02.88   789  
    r:+0.69  30.45      1:02.88 (32.43)
 14 LAU, CLAUDIA     21 HONG KONG         1:04.12    1:03.43   769  
    r:+0.64  30.82      1:03.43 (32.61)
 15 LOUBSER, MARCE   18 SOUTH AFRICA      1:05.37    1:04.95   716  
    r:+0.67  30.98      1:04.95 (33.97)
 16 MALAN, BEATRIX   18 SOUTH AFRICA      1:06.22    1:05.66   693  
    r:+0.65  31.60      1:05.66 (34.06)

Men’s 100 back

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Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

In a bit of an upset following Matt Grevers’ Australian All-Comers and Pan Pacific record of 52.91 during prelims this morning, Japan’s Ryosuke Irie managed to touch out the giant, 53.02 to 53.09 this evening.  Irie has been much faster this year with a second-ranked 52.57 from Japanese Nationals, but did not need that speed to hold off a hard-charging Grevers.

USA’s Ryan Murphy closed out the podium with a third-place time of 53.27, while Australia’s Mitch Larkin took fourth in 53.28.

Australia’s Ben Treffers (53.84), Japan’s Junya Koga (54.02), Brazil’s Thiago Pereira (54.38) and Brazil’s Guilhermo Guido (54.53) finished fifth through eighth to close out the finale field.

A Finals Results

  1 IRIE, RYOSUKE    24 JAPAN               53.29      53.02.  940  
    r:+0.52  25.69        53.02 (27.33)
  2 GREVERS, MATT    29 UNITED STATES       52.91      53.09.  936  
    r:+0.69  26.00        53.09 (27.09)
  3 MURPHY, RYAN     19 UNITED STATES       53.24      53.27.  926  
    r:+0.54  25.70        53.27 (27.57)
  4 LARKIN, MITCHEL  21 AUSTRALIA           53.49      53.28.  926  
    r:+0.51  25.99        53.28 (27.29)
  5 TREFFERS, BEN    23 AUSTRALIA           54.34      53.84   897  
    r:+0.57  26.16        53.84 (27.68)
  6 KOGA, JUNYA      27 JAPAN               54.30      54.02   888  
    r:+0.53  26.06        54.02 (27.96)
  7 PEREIRA, THIAGO  28 BRAZIL              54.43      54.38   871  
    r:+0.59  26.52        54.38 (27.86)
  8 GUIDO, GUILHERM  27 BRAZIL              54.50      54.53   864  
    r:+0.60  26.30        54.53 (28.23)

USA’s David Plummer took home the B final win in 53.19.  That’s just off his fifth-ranked 53.12 from U.S. Nationals.  Australia’s Josh Beaver took second in 54.05, while New Zealand’s Corey Main placed third in 54.70.

Brazil’s Fabio Santi (55.08), Canada’s Russell Wood (55.12), Japan’s Hayate Matsubara (55.57), South Africa’s Richard Ellis (55.68) and Venezuela’s Albert Subirats (55.83) also put up times in the consolation heat.

B Final Results

  9 PLUMMER, DAVID   28 UNITED STATES       53.82      53.19.  931  
    r:+0.66  25.68        53.19 (27.51)
 10 BEAVER, JOSH     21 AUSTRALIA           54.40      54.05   887  
    r:+0.56  26.36        54.05 (27.69)
 11 MAIN, COREY      19 NEW ZEALAND         55.36      54.70   856  
    r:+0.59  26.72        54.70 (27.98)
 12 SANTI, FABIO     25 BRAZIL              55.16      55.08   838  
    r:+0.62  27.03        55.08 (28.05)
 13 WOOD, RUSSELL    20 CANADA              55.15      55.12   836  
    r:+0.57  26.78        55.12 (28.34)
 14 MATSUBARA, HAYA  22 JAPAN               55.82      55.57   816  
    r:+0.50  27.14        55.57 (28.43)
 15 ELLIS, RICHARD   26 SOUTH AFRICA        55.59      55.68   811  
    r:+0.68  26.89        55.68 (28.79)
 16 SUBIRATS, ALBER  27 VENEZUELA           55.95      55.83   805  
    r:+0.69  26.55        55.83 (29.28)

Women’s 800 free

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Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

USA’s Katie Ledecky, the world-record holder with an 8:11.00 from June at The Woodlands Senior Invite, nearly upended that time again as she raced to an 8:11.35 for the win tonight.  She absolutely demolished the Australian All-Comers record of 8:18.52 previously set by Kate Ziegler way back in 2007, and crushed Janet Evans’ 1989 meet record of 8:16.22.  Nearly every single time Ledecky sets foot in a pool, she’s rewriting history.  Ledecky’s consistency is downright scary as she had the exact same final 50 in her world record as well as her swim tonight.

Ledecky’s World Record Splits:

28.91, 59.44 (30.53), 1:30.49 (31.05), 2:01.48 (30.99), 2:32.32 (30.84), 3:03.42 (31.10), 3:34.34 (30.92), 4:05.70 (31.36), 4:36.56 (30.86), 5:07.79 (31.23), 5:38.67 (30.88), 6:09.64 (30.97), 6:31.81 (22.17?), 7:10.87 (39.06?), 7:41.53 (30.66), 8:11.00 (29.47)

Results

  1 LEDECKY, KATIE   17 UNITED STATES     8:11.00    8:11.35C 1015  
    r:+0.68  28.53        59.21 (30.68)
        1:30.22 (31.01)     2:01.44 (31.22)
        2:31.82 (30.38)     3:02.52 (30.70)
        3:33.35 (30.83)     4:04.54 (31.19)
        4:35.49 (30.95)     5:06.36 (30.87)
        5:37.38 (31.02)     6:08.56 (31.18)
        6:39.56 (31.00)     7:10.85 (31.29)
        7:41.88 (31.03)     8:11.35 (29.47)
  2 BOYLE, LAUREN    26 NEW ZEALAND       8:18.58    8:18.87A  970  
    r:+0.83  28.92        59.64 (30.72)
        1:30.61 (30.97)     2:01.75 (31.14)
        2:32.99 (31.24)     3:04.26 (31.27)
        3:35.68 (31.42)     4:07.22 (31.54)
        4:38.78 (31.56)     5:10.45 (31.67)
        5:41.99 (31.54)     6:13.68 (31.69)
        6:45.02 (31.34)     7:16.55 (31.53)
        7:48.05 (31.50)     8:18.87 (30.82)
  3 MACLEAN, BRITTA  20 CANADA            8:20.91    8:20.02.  963  
    r:+0.74  29.25      1:00.52 (31.27)
        1:31.95 (31.43)     2:03.60 (31.65)
        2:35.05 (31.45)     3:06.92 (31.87)
        3:38.49 (31.57)     4:10.36 (31.87)
        4:41.90 (31.54)     5:13.45 (31.55)
        5:44.88 (31.43)     6:16.47 (31.59)
        6:47.84 (31.37)     7:19.41 (31.57)
        7:50.33 (30.92)     8:20.02 (29.69)
  4 MANN, BECCA      16 UNITED STATES     8:26.43    8:22.45   949  
    r:+0.81  29.35      1:00.84 (31.49)
        1:32.40 (31.56)     2:04.24 (31.84)
        2:35.71 (31.47)     3:07.30 (31.59)
        3:38.76 (31.46)     4:10.68 (31.92)
        4:42.10 (31.42)     5:13.86 (31.76)
        5:45.56 (31.70)     6:17.31 (31.75)
        6:48.96 (31.65)     7:20.45 (31.49)
        7:51.80 (31.35)     8:22.45 (30.65)
  5 RUNGE, CIERRA    18 UNITED STATES     8:24.69    8:25.17   934  
    r:+0.77  29.41      1:01.10 (31.69)
        1:32.73 (31.63)     2:04.68 (31.95)
        2:36.30 (31.62)     3:08.24 (31.94)
        3:40.09 (31.85)     4:12.03 (31.94)
        4:43.87 (31.84)     5:15.83 (31.96)
        5:47.41 (31.58)     6:19.57 (32.16)
        6:51.26 (31.69)     7:23.06 (31.80)
        7:54.32 (31.26)     8:25.17 (30.85)
  6 PINTO, ANDREINA  22 VENEZUELA         8:25.06    8:30.66   904  
    r:+0.75  29.71      1:01.42 (31.71)
        1:33.31 (31.89)     2:05.14 (31.83)
        2:37.17 (32.03)     3:09.29 (32.12)
        3:41.35 (32.06)     4:13.38 (32.03)
        4:45.40 (32.02)     5:17.55 (32.15)
        5:49.67 (32.12)     6:21.85 (32.18)
        6:53.93 (32.08)     7:26.40 (32.47)
        7:58.82 (32.42)     8:30.66 (31.84)
  7 ANDERSON, HALEY  22 UNITED STATES     8:29.71    8:30.87   903  
    r:+0.81  29.29      1:00.95 (31.66)
        1:32.84 (31.89)     2:04.71 (31.87)
        2:36.51 (31.80)     3:08.52 (32.01)
        3:40.33 (31.81)     4:12.63 (32.30)
        4:44.92 (32.29)     5:17.16 (32.24)
        5:49.53 (32.37)     6:21.99 (32.46)
        6:54.40 (32.41)     7:27.09 (32.69)
        7:59.03 (31.94)     8:30.87 (31.84)
  8 BOWLES, ALANNA   16 AUSTRALIA         8:24.74    8:31.92   897  
    r:+0.77  29.55      1:00.83 (31.28)
        1:32.62 (31.79)     2:04.58 (31.96)
        2:36.47 (31.89)     3:08.58 (32.11)
        3:40.84 (32.26)     4:13.26 (32.42)
        4:45.58 (32.32)     5:17.90 (32.32)
        5:50.36 (32.46)     6:22.94 (32.58)
        6:55.35 (32.41)     7:27.99 (32.64)
        8:00.34 (32.35)     8:31.92 (31.58)
  9 SMITH, LEAH      19 UNITED STATES     8:30.86    8:32.38   895  
    r:+0.79  29.50      1:01.28 (31.78)
        1:33.25 (31.97)     2:05.37 (32.12)
        2:37.66 (32.29)     3:09.84 (32.18)
        3:42.02 (32.18)     4:14.29 (32.27)
        4:46.89 (32.60)     5:19.31 (32.42)
        5:51.87 (32.56)     6:24.58 (32.71)
        6:56.63 (32.05)     7:29.13 (32.50)
        8:01.02 (31.89)     8:32.38 (31.36)
 10 ASHWOOD, JESSIC  21 AUSTRALIA         8:19.76    8:34.62   883  
    r:+0.74  29.57      1:01.50 (31.93)
        1:33.87 (32.37)     2:06.42 (32.55)
        2:38.55 (32.13)     3:10.99 (32.44)
        3:43.46 (32.47)     4:15.87 (32.41)
        4:48.19 (32.32)     5:20.66 (32.47)
        5:53.05 (32.39)     6:25.75 (32.70)
        6:58.33 (32.58)     7:31.17 (32.84)
        8:03.28 (32.11)     8:34.62 (31.34)
 11 LEE, KAREENA     20 AUSTRALIA         8:35.80    8:39.47   859  
    r:+0.76  30.05      1:02.66 (32.61)
        1:34.95 (32.29)     2:07.95 (33.00)
        2:40.40 (32.45)     3:13.26 (32.86)
        3:45.80 (32.54)     4:18.67 (32.87)
        4:50.90 (32.23)     5:23.77 (32.87)
        5:56.51 (32.74)     6:29.90 (33.39)
        7:02.44 (32.54)     7:35.75 (33.31)
        8:08.15 (32.40)     8:39.47 (31.32)
 12 KOBRICH, KRISTE  29 CHILE             8:26.75    8:40.79   852  
    r:+0.84  30.44      1:02.56 (32.12)
        1:34.77 (32.21)     2:07.34 (32.57)
        2:39.92 (32.58)     3:12.72 (32.80)
        3:45.25 (32.53)     4:18.08 (32.83)
        4:50.93 (32.85)     5:23.78 (32.85)
        5:56.50 (32.72)     6:29.52 (33.02)
        7:02.35 (32.83)     7:35.49 (33.14)
        8:08.34 (32.85)     8:40.79 (32.45)
 13 BAUMANN, TABITH  19 CANADA            8:32.37    8:46.75   824  
    r:+0.66  30.09      1:02.28 (32.19)
        1:34.74 (32.46)     2:07.95 (33.21)
        2:41.07 (33.12)     3:14.23 (33.16)
        3:47.71 (33.48)     4:21.22 (33.51)
        4:54.48 (33.26)     5:28.02 (33.54)
        6:01.51 (33.49)     6:35.32 (33.81)
        7:08.66 (33.34)     7:42.05 (33.39)
        8:14.94 (32.89)     8:46.75 (31.81)
 14 ROBINSON, EMMA   19 NEW ZEALAND       8:37.30    8:49.80   809  
    r:+0.74  30.39      1:03.20 (32.81)
        1:36.00 (32.80)     2:09.59 (33.59)
        2:43.01 (33.42)     3:16.73 (33.72)
        3:50.32 (33.59)     4:23.75 (33.43)
        4:56.86 (33.11)     5:30.74 (33.88)
        6:04.13 (33.39)     6:37.72 (33.59)
        7:11.22 (33.50)     7:44.57 (33.35)
        8:17.65 (33.08)     8:49.80 (32.15)
 15 CHEN, ZIYI       19 CHINA             8:44.61    9:06.04   739  
    r:+0.77  29.96      1:03.34 (33.38)
        1:37.28 (33.94)     2:11.84 (34.56)
        2:46.25 (34.41)     3:21.10 (34.85)
        3:55.63 (34.53)     4:30.60 (34.97)
        5:05.20 (34.60)     5:40.16 (34.96)
        6:14.63 (34.47)     6:49.52 (34.89)
        7:24.14 (34.62)     7:59.08 (34.94)
        8:32.52 (33.44)     9:06.04 (33.52)
 16 PAMERLEAU, LEON  24 CANADA            9:06.77    9:10.06   723  
    r:+0.84  32.56      1:07.33 (34.77)
        1:41.80 (34.47)     2:16.82 (35.02)
        2:51.44 (34.62)     3:26.28 (34.84)
        4:00.88 (34.60)     4:35.84 (34.96)
        5:09.87 (34.03)     5:44.73 (34.86)
        6:19.06 (34.33)     6:53.94 (34.88)
        7:28.13 (34.19)     8:02.75 (34.62)
        8:36.53 (33.78)     9:10.06 (33.53)
 17 CHENG, HEI TUNG  19 HONG KONG         9:13.82    9:32.30   642  
    r:+0.68  31.43      1:05.82 (34.39)
        1:41.10 (35.28)     2:17.16 (36.06)
        2:52.97 (35.81)     3:29.46 (36.49)
        4:05.96 (36.50)     4:42.59 (36.63)
        5:19.25 (36.66)     5:55.64 (36.39)
        6:31.82 (36.18)     7:08.89 (37.07)
        7:45.12 (36.23)     8:21.39 (36.27)
        8:57.43 (36.04)     9:32.30 (34.87)

Meanwhile, New Zealand’s Lauren Boyle, who is still battling her own controversy as she awaits word whether her short course world record in the 1500 free is ratified, took second in 8:18.47 to move to third in the world.

Canada’s Brittany MacLean finished third in 8:20.02 to better her fifth-ranked 8:20.91, while USA’s Becca Mann secured a spot on the 2015 Worlds roster to beating training partner Cierra Runge, 8:22.45 to 8:25.17 for fourth and fifth place.

Venezuela’s Andreina Pinto (8:30.66), USA’s Haley Anderson (8:30.87) and Australia’s Alanna Bowles (8:31.92) made up the rest of the top eight in the timed final event.

Women’s 200 fly

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

USA’s Cammile Adams clipped Japan’s Natsumi Hoshi at the wall, 2:06.61 to 2:06.68 in a huge victory for the American.  Hoshi is the world leader this year with a 2:05.98 to her credit from Japanese Nationals, and Adams was able to improve upon her 2:07.12 from U.S. Nationals to capture the title.

USA’s Katie McLaughin lowered her own World Junior Record of 2:08.02 from prelims with a third-place 2:07.08 to vault to eighth in the world rankings as well.  The time also moved her back ahead of Maya DiRado for the second spot on the U.S. roster at the 2015 World Championships.

Japan’s Miyu Nakano (2:08.54), Canada’s Audrey Lacroix (2:08.81), Canada’s Katerine Savard (2:09.42), Australia’s Madeline Groves (2:10.15) and Venezuela’s Andreina Pinto (2:13.28) also competed in the championship finale.

A Final Results

  1 ADAMS, CAMMILE   22 UNITED STATES     2:08.22    2:06.61.  890  
    r:+0.77  29.15      1:01.64 (32.49)
        1:34.14 (32.50)     2:06.61 (32.47)
  2 HOSHI, NATSUMI   24 JAPAN             2:09.11    2:06.68.  889  
    r:+0.65  28.77      1:01.34 (32.57)
        1:33.98 (32.64)     2:06.68 (32.70)
  3 MCLAUGHLIN, KAT  17 UNITED STATES     2:08.02    2:07.08   880  
    r:+0.75  28.73      1:01.39 (32.66)
        1:34.23 (32.84)     2:07.08 (32.85)
  4 NAKANO, MIYU     16 JAPAN             2:09.21    2:08.54   851  
    r:+0.71  28.59      1:00.83 (32.24)
        1:34.15 (33.32)     2:08.54 (34.39)
  5 LACROIX, AUDREY  30 CANADA            2:08.82    2:08.81   845  
    r:+0.73  28.92      1:01.97 (33.05)
        1:35.02 (33.05)     2:08.81 (33.79)
  6 SAVARD, KATERIN  21 CANADA            2:11.77    2:09.42   833  
    r:+0.63  29.21      1:01.82 (32.61)
        1:34.98 (33.16)     2:09.42 (34.44)
  7 GROVES, MADELIN  19 AUSTRALIA         2:13.24    2:10.15   819  
    r:+0.69  28.32      1:01.61 (33.29)
        1:35.48 (33.87)     2:10.15 (34.67)
  8 PINTO, ANDREINA  22 VENEZUELA         2:10.17    2:13.28   763  
    r:+0.79  30.10      1:03.50 (33.40)
        1:38.13 (34.63)     2:13.28 (35.15)

The evening started out with the sparsely populated B finals of the 200 flies.  USA’s Maya DiRado won the consolation heat with a 2:07.42 to move to 10th in the world, while Hali Flickinger took second in 2:08.81.  Japan’s Sakiko Shimizu earned third in 2:10.06.

B Final Results

  1 DIRADO, MAYA           21 UNITED STATES       2:11.33    2:07.42
     r:+0.70     28.87        1:01.27 (32.40)
        1:34.06 (32.79)       2:07.42 (33.36)
  2 FLICKINGER, HALI       20 UNITED STATES       2:08.33    2:08.81
     r:+0.75     29.14        1:01.80 (32.66)
        1:34.76 (32.96)       2:08.81 (34.05)
  3 SHIMIZU, SAKIKO        22 JAPAN               2:09.66    2:10.06
     r:+0.71     29.07        1:02.02 (32.95)
        1:35.48 (33.46)       2:10.06 (34.58)
  4 LEVERENZ, CAITLIN      23 UNITED STATES       2:11.83    2:11.64
     r:+0.72     29.63        1:02.67 (33.04)
        1:36.98 (34.31)       2:11.64 (34.66)
  5 LEE, SAMANTHA          22 NEW ZEALAND         2:13.85    2:13.08
     r:+0.73     29.41        1:02.93 (33.52)
        1:37.22 (34.29)       2:13.08 (35.86)
  6 MOHR, VANESSA          19 SOUTH AFRICA        2:19.05    2:19.19
     r:+0.69     29.90        1:05.82 (35.92)
        1:42.63 (36.81)       2:19.19 (36.56)

Men’s 200 fly

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

Japan’s Daiya Seto topped the men’s 200-meter fly tonight in 1:54.92, just off his second-ranked season best of 1:54.70 from the Monte Carlo stop of the Mare Nostrum.  Brazil’s Leonardo De Deus took second in 1:55.28 to move to sixth in the world, while Tyler Clary of the U.S. placed third in 1:55.42 for eighth in the rankings.

Japan’s Masato Sakai (1:56.64), South Africa’s Michael Meyer (1:58.33), Canada’s Mack Darragh (1:58.52), Canada’s Gamal Assaad (2:02.99) and China’s Wei Haobo (2:03.22) also performed in the championship heat.

Tom Shields, ranked third in the world with a 1:55.09 from U.S. Nationals, drew a disqualification this morning.  However, with no other American than Clary competing in the 200 fly, he’s a lock for the 2015 World roster alongside Clary now.

A Final Results

  1 SETO, DAIYA      20 JAPAN             1:55.29    1:54.92   913  
    r:+0.65  25.54        54.69 (29.15)
        1:24.42 (29.73)     1:54.92 (30.50)
  2 DE DEUS, LEONAR  23 BRAZIL            1:55.33    1:55.28   905  
    r:+0.61  25.96        55.19 (29.23)
        1:24.97 (29.78)     1:55.28 (30.31)
  3 CLARY, TYLER     25 UNITED STATES     1:55.92    1:55.42   901  
    r:+0.60  26.06        55.64 (29.58)
        1:25.58 (29.94)     1:55.42 (29.84)
  4 SAKAI, MASATO    19 JAPAN             1:55.52    1:56.64   873  
    r:+0.62  25.66        55.22 (29.56)
        1:25.37 (30.15)     1:56.64 (31.27)
  5 MEYER, MICHAEL   21 SOUTH AFRICA      1:59.74    1:58.33   836  
    r:+0.68  26.87        57.20 (30.33)
        1:27.77 (30.57)     1:58.33 (30.56)
  6 DARRAGH, MACK    20 CANADA            1:58.63    1:58.52   832  
    r:+0.70  26.19        56.16 (29.97)
        1:26.79 (30.63)     1:58.52 (31.73)
  7 ASSAAD, GAMAL    19 CANADA            2:03.12    2:02.99   745  
    r:+0.61  27.22        58.14 (30.92)
        1:30.12 (31.98)     2:02.99 (32.87)
  8 WEI, HAOBO       18 CHINA             2:05.10    2:03.22   741  
    r:+0.68  27.25        58.42 (31.17)
        1:30.44 (32.02)     2:03.22 (32.78)

In a lonely B final, Japan’s Kenta Hirai dusted off Hong Kong’s David Wong, 1:58.94 to 2:06.91.

B Final Results

  1 HIRAI, KENTA           20 JAPAN               1:56.42    1:58.94
     r:+0.65     25.78          56.00 (30.22)
        1:27.58 (31.58)       1:58.94 (31.36)
  2 WONG, DAVID            25 HONG KONG           2:12.67    2:06.91
     r:+0.68     27.48          59.00 (31.52)
        1:32.59 (33.59)       2:06.91 (34.32)

Men’s 1500 free

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

Photo Courtesy: Delly Carr

In what can only be described as a 15-round heavyweight championship bout, USA’s Connor Jaeger took the title off the defending champ as he edged Canada’s Ryan Cochrane in one of the most exciting 1500 frees of all time. Cochrane went out hard before Jaeger caught up around the 500-meter mark, then the two traded shots every 50 before Jaeger had just enough of a lead going into the final 50 to withstand a 27.29 split by the defending champion.  Jaeger finished with a 14:51.79 for the win, while Cochrane settled for silver with a 14:51.97.

Australia’s Mack Horton, a youngster at just 18, took bronze in 14:52.78, while teammate Jordan Harrison took fourth in 14:53.65.

USA’s Michael McBroom (14:57.15), Japan’s Kohei Yamamoto (14:57.71), USA’s Jordan Wilimovsky (15:01.43) and USA’s Sean Ryan (15:03.82) picked up spots in the top eight in the timed final event.

Results

 1 JAEGER, CONNOR   23 UNITED STATES    14:47.96   14:51.79   931  
    r:+0.71  27.67        57.39 (29.72)
        1:27.14 (29.75)     1:57.21 (30.07)
        2:27.15 (29.94)     2:57.46 (30.31)
        3:26.99 (29.53)     3:56.76 (29.77)
        4:26.72 (29.96)     4:56.65 (29.93)
        5:26.19 (29.54)     5:55.95 (29.76)
        6:26.04 (30.09)     6:56.20 (30.16)
        7:26.25 (30.05)     7:56.64 (30.39)
        8:26.75 (30.11)     8:56.99 (30.24)
        9:27.16 (30.17)     9:57.17 (30.01)
       10:27.09 (29.92)    10:57.08 (29.99)
       11:27.02 (29.94)    11:57.21 (30.19)
       12:27.18 (29.97)    12:57.14 (29.96)
       13:26.23 (29.09)    13:55.32 (29.09)
       14:24.25 (28.93)    14:51.79 (27.54)
  2 COCHRANE, RYAN   25 CANADA           14:42.48   14:51.97   931  
    r:+0.74  27.28        56.54 (29.26)
        1:26.20 (29.66)     1:56.01 (29.81)
        2:25.68 (29.67)     2:55.56 (29.88)
        3:25.26 (29.70)     3:55.29 (30.03)
        4:25.41 (30.12)     4:55.57 (30.16)
        5:25.57 (30.00)     5:55.82 (30.25)
        6:26.14 (30.32)     6:56.30 (30.16)
        7:26.37 (30.07)     7:56.69 (30.32)
        8:26.68 (29.99)     8:56.84 (30.16)
        9:27.02 (30.18)     9:56.80 (29.78)
       10:26.62 (29.82)    10:56.49 (29.87)
       11:26.27 (29.78)    11:56.21 (29.94)
       12:26.05 (29.84)    12:55.92 (29.87)
       13:25.69 (29.77)    13:55.61 (29.92)
       14:24.68 (29.07)    14:51.97 (27.29)
  3 HORTON, MACK     18 AUSTRALIA        14:48.76   14:52.78   928  
    r:+0.76  27.44        57.08 (29.64)
        1:26.64 (29.56)     1:56.29 (29.65)
        2:25.92 (29.63)     2:55.61 (29.69)
        3:25.48 (29.87)     3:55.38 (29.90)
        4:25.43 (30.05)     4:55.56 (30.13)
        5:25.46 (29.90)     5:55.74 (30.28)
        6:25.97 (30.23)     6:56.30 (30.33)
        7:26.39 (30.09)     7:56.99 (30.60)
        8:27.03 (30.04)     8:57.29 (30.26)
        9:27.32 (30.03)     9:57.33 (30.01)
       10:27.21 (29.88)    10:57.44 (30.23)
       11:27.20 (29.76)    11:57.06 (29.86)
       12:26.77 (29.71)    12:56.86 (30.09)
       13:26.53 (29.67)    13:56.32 (29.79)
       14:25.24 (28.92)    14:52.78 (27.54)
  4 HARRISON, JORDA  19 AUSTRALIA        14:51.02   14:53.65   925  
    r:+0.66  27.01        56.29 (29.28)
        1:25.85 (29.56)     1:55.60 (29.75)
        2:25.15 (29.55)     2:55.13 (29.98)
        3:25.03 (29.90)     3:55.13 (30.10)
        4:25.19 (30.06)     4:55.48 (30.29)
        5:25.55 (30.07)     5:55.93 (30.38)
        6:26.30 (30.37)     6:56.44 (30.14)
        7:26.41 (29.97)     7:56.60 (30.19)
        8:26.70 (30.10)     8:56.87 (30.17)
        9:26.85 (29.98)     9:56.94 (30.09)
       10:27.11 (30.17)    10:57.16 (30.05)
       11:26.95 (29.79)    11:57.14 (30.19)
       12:27.03 (29.89)    12:57.13 (30.10)
       13:26.87 (29.74)    13:56.48 (29.61)
       14:25.72 (29.24)    14:53.65 (27.93)
  5 MCBROOM, MICHAE  23 UNITED STATES    14:53.95   14:57.15   915  
    r:+0.77  28.52        58.92 (30.40)
        1:29.14 (30.22)     1:59.17 (30.03)
        2:29.06 (29.89)     2:59.15 (30.09)
        3:28.93 (29.78)     3:58.63 (29.70)
        4:28.08 (29.45)     4:57.99 (29.91)
        5:27.76 (29.77)     5:57.60 (29.84)
        6:27.48 (29.88)     6:57.39 (29.91)
        7:27.27 (29.88)     7:57.16 (29.89)
        8:27.10 (29.94)     8:57.11 (30.01)
        9:27.06 (29.95)     9:57.10 (30.04)
       10:26.96 (29.86)    10:57.37 (30.41)
       11:27.73 (30.36)    11:58.08 (30.35)
       12:28.15 (30.07)    12:58.77 (30.62)
       13:28.88 (30.11)    13:59.34 (30.46)
       14:29.05 (29.71)    14:57.15 (28.10)
  6 YAMAMOTO, KOHEI  22 JAPAN            14:54.80   14:57.71   913  
    r:+0.71  27.82        57.28 (29.46)
        1:26.91 (29.63)     1:56.72 (29.81)
        2:26.48 (29.76)     2:56.23 (29.75)
        3:26.00 (29.77)     3:55.91 (29.91)
        4:26.05 (30.14)     4:56.06 (30.01)
        5:26.41 (30.35)     5:56.43 (30.02)
        6:26.81 (30.38)     6:57.07 (30.26)
        7:27.16 (30.09)     7:57.05 (29.89)
        8:27.29 (30.24)     8:57.56 (30.27)
        9:27.84 (30.28)     9:58.03 (30.19)
       10:27.95 (29.92)    10:58.30 (30.35)
       11:28.68 (30.38)    11:58.82 (30.14)
       12:28.34 (29.52)    12:59.14 (30.80)
       13:29.75 (30.61)    14:00.01 (30.26)
       14:29.29 (29.28)    14:57.71 (28.42)
  7 WILIMOVSKY, JOR  20 UNITED STATES    14:56.34   15:01.43   902  
    r:+0.67  28.20        58.46 (30.26)
        1:28.66 (30.20)     1:58.95 (30.29)
        2:29.23 (30.28)     2:59.70 (30.47)
        3:29.83 (30.13)     4:00.34 (30.51)
        4:30.65 (30.31)     5:01.15 (30.50)
        5:31.64 (30.49)     6:01.88 (30.24)
        6:32.05 (30.17)     7:02.16 (30.11)
        7:32.06 (29.90)     8:02.27 (30.21)
        8:32.36 (30.09)     9:02.40 (30.04)
        9:32.37 (29.97)    10:02.52 (30.15)
       10:32.83 (30.31)    11:03.03 (30.20)
       11:33.21 (30.18)    12:03.25 (30.04)
       12:33.02 (29.77)    13:03.20 (30.18)
       13:32.79 (29.59)    14:02.78 (29.99)
       14:32.35 (29.57)    15:01.43 (29.08)
  8 RYAN, SEAN       22 UNITED STATES    14:57.33   15:03.82   895  
    r:+0.73  28.47        58.57 (30.10)
        1:28.92 (30.35)     1:59.40 (30.48)
        2:29.81 (30.41)     3:00.42 (30.61)
        3:30.66 (30.24)     4:00.82 (30.16)
        4:30.94 (30.12)     5:01.41 (30.47)
        5:31.42 (30.01)     6:01.58 (30.16)
        6:31.77 (30.19)     7:01.84 (30.07)
        7:31.83 (29.99)     8:01.93 (30.10)
        8:31.90 (29.97)     9:01.84 (29.94)
        9:31.85 (30.01)    10:02.47 (30.62)
       10:32.75 (30.28)    11:03.16 (30.41)
       11:33.56 (30.40)    12:03.72 (30.16)
       12:33.84 (30.12)    13:04.26 (30.42)
       13:34.04 (29.78)    14:04.56 (30.52)
       14:34.45 (29.89)    15:03.82 (29.37)
  9 GEMMELL, ANDREW  23 UNITED STATES    15:07.82   15:11.92   871  
    r:+0.70  28.35        59.02 (30.67)
        1:29.47 (30.45)     2:00.31 (30.84)
        2:30.79 (30.48)     3:01.53 (30.74)
        3:31.77 (30.24)     4:02.27 (30.50)
        4:32.56 (30.29)     5:02.92 (30.36)
        5:33.15 (30.23)     6:03.36 (30.21)
        6:33.44 (30.08)     7:03.66 (30.22)
        7:33.78 (30.12)     8:04.19 (30.41)
        8:34.27 (30.08)     9:04.57 (30.30)
        9:34.92 (30.35)    10:05.45 (30.53)
       10:35.85 (30.40)    11:06.79 (30.94)
       11:37.53 (30.74)    12:08.54 (31.01)
       12:39.37 (30.83)    13:10.31 (30.94)
       13:41.02 (30.71)    14:12.32 (31.30)
       14:42.64 (30.32)    15:11.92 (29.28)
 10 HIRAI, AYATSUGU  21 JAPAN            15:00.66   15:22.70   841  
    r:+0.70  28.66        58.81 (30.15)
        1:28.94 (30.13)     1:59.41 (30.47)
        2:29.87 (30.46)     3:00.57 (30.70)
        3:30.78 (30.21)     4:01.58 (30.80)
        4:32.13 (30.55)     5:03.03 (30.90)
        5:33.50 (30.47)     6:04.51 (31.01)
        6:35.00 (30.49)     7:06.06 (31.06)
        7:36.57 (30.51)     8:07.45 (30.88)
        8:38.23 (30.78)     9:09.43 (31.20)
        9:40.49 (31.06)    10:11.80 (31.31)
       10:42.82 (31.02)    11:14.13 (31.31)
       11:45.22 (31.09)    12:16.67 (31.45)
       12:47.80 (31.13)    13:19.34 (31.54)
       13:50.61 (31.27)    14:22.12 (31.51)
       14:53.03 (30.91)    15:22.70 (29.67)
 11 POORT, JARROD    19 AUSTRALIA        15:25.12   15:23.39   839  
    r:+0.71  28.47        58.83 (30.36)
        1:29.04 (30.21)     1:59.72 (30.68)
        2:30.22 (30.50)     3:00.84 (30.62)
        3:31.62 (30.78)     4:02.51 (30.89)
        4:33.31 (30.80)     5:03.79 (30.48)
        5:34.31 (30.52)     6:04.94 (30.63)
        6:36.05 (31.11)     7:06.65 (30.60)
        7:37.60 (30.95)     8:08.30 (30.70)
        8:39.59 (31.29)     9:10.59 (31.00)
        9:42.09 (31.50)    10:13.34 (31.25)
       10:44.65 (31.31)    11:15.79 (31.14)
       11:47.54 (31.75)    12:18.62 (31.08)
       12:49.79 (31.17)    13:20.68 (30.89)
       13:51.95 (31.27)    14:22.90 (30.95)
       14:53.92 (31.02)    15:23.39 (29.47)
 12 TAKEDA, SHOGO    19 JAPAN            15:05.16   15:25.40   833  
    r:+0.91  27.81        57.81 (30.00)
        1:28.31 (30.50)     1:59.21 (30.90)
        2:29.85 (30.64)     3:00.66 (30.81)
        3:31.16 (30.50)     4:02.22 (31.06)
        4:33.10 (30.88)     5:04.29 (31.19)
        5:35.40 (31.11)     6:06.65 (31.25)
        6:37.73 (31.08)     7:09.22 (31.49)
        7:40.64 (31.42)     8:11.87 (31.23)
        8:43.07 (31.20)     9:14.29 (31.22)
        9:45.73 (31.44)    10:16.97 (31.24)
       10:47.96 (30.99)    11:19.33 (31.37)
       11:50.78 (31.45)    12:21.85 (31.07)
       12:53.06 (31.21)    13:24.32 (31.26)
       13:54.94 (30.62)    14:26.05 (31.11)
       14:56.41 (30.36)    15:25.40 (28.99)
 13 BROTHERS, WILL   19 CANADA           15:02.48   15:29.71   822  
    r:+0.71  28.31        59.17 (30.86)
        1:30.13 (30.96)     2:00.76 (30.63)
        2:31.94 (31.18)     3:02.84 (30.90)
        3:33.65 (30.81)     4:04.72 (31.07)
        4:35.54 (30.82)     5:06.66 (31.12)
        5:37.46 (30.80)     6:08.57 (31.11)
        6:39.65 (31.08)     7:10.85 (31.20)
        7:42.06 (31.21)     8:13.37 (31.31)
        8:44.74 (31.37)     9:16.10 (31.36)
        9:47.46 (31.36)    10:18.88 (31.42)
       10:50.33 (31.45)    11:21.77 (31.44)
       11:53.20 (31.43)    12:24.50 (31.30)
       12:55.99 (31.49)    13:27.16 (31.17)
       13:58.40 (31.24)    14:29.47 (31.07)
       15:00.20 (30.73)    15:29.71 (29.51)
 14 HEDLIN, ERIC     21 CANADA           15:03.64   15:32.81   814  
    r:+0.68  28.61        58.95 (30.34)
        1:29.55 (30.60)     1:59.94 (30.39)
        2:30.31 (30.37)     3:01.08 (30.77)
        3:31.36 (30.28)     4:02.00 (30.64)
        4:31.96 (29.96)     5:02.64 (30.68)
        5:33.09 (30.45)     6:03.60 (30.51)
        6:34.14 (30.54)     7:04.85 (30.71)
        7:35.57 (30.72)     8:06.88 (31.31)
        8:37.94 (31.06)     9:09.34 (31.40)
        9:40.48 (31.14)    10:12.19 (31.71)
       10:43.78 (31.59)    11:15.34 (31.56)
       11:47.41 (32.07)    12:19.48 (32.07)
       12:51.73 (32.25)    13:24.16 (32.43)
       13:56.56 (32.40)    14:29.20 (32.64)
       15:01.51 (32.31)    15:32.81 (31.30)

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7 Comments

7 comments

  1. Lisa

    Hi! I can’t seem to locate Pan Pacs on meet mobile :(

    • Easiest way we have found is just search Gold Coast. Although the official meet title is 2014 Pan Pacific Championships as seen in Meet Mobile

      • Lisa

        Thank you Jason :)

  2. Teamwiess

    Why did they start with the Women’s 200 fly? Different order than this morning.

    • Looks like they are just getting the smaller fields out of the way before getting back to the rest of the standard schedule.

    • Jeff Commings

      It was done for Australian TV. The broadcast started at 7:30, and they used those B finals to fill the 30 minutes.

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