Race Footage: Watch Katinka Hosszu Win the 200 Fly

Arena Grand Prix – Charlotte editorial coverage is proudly sponsored by Arena USA. Visit ArenaUSA.com for more information on our sponsor. For all the latest coverage, check out our event coverage page. Also make sure to see our Facebook photo gallery.

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina, May 17. THE Hungarian Iron Lady Katinka Hosszu blitzed the rest of the field in the women’s 200-meter fly as she charted a victory in the event at the Arena Grand Prix in Charlotte.

Hosszu, who already won a pair of title on night one and had three swims tonight, cruised in with a 2:09.66 for the win. She’s been faster this year with an 11th-ranked 2:08.22 from the Maria Lenk Trophy meet this year.

NBAC’s Becca Mann raced her way to second in 2:11.61, while Kate Mills checked in with a third-place time of 2:12.95.

Megan Kingsley (2:12.97), Andreina Pinto (2:13.05), Courtney Weaver (2:13.13), Emma Nunn (2:14.90) and Meredith Hoover (2:15.29) also vied for the title in the finale.

Canada’s Katerine Savard kicked off the night with a 2:10.91 to win the B final. Cammile Adams, now swimming for SwimMAC and battling some illness, took second in 2:12.90. Lauren Harrington raced to third in 2:13.48.

Tanja Kylliainen (2:13.61), Easop Lee (2:14.46), Kaitlin Pawlowicz (2:15.70), Catherine Hulsey (2:16.94) and Madison Homovich (2:17.76) made up the rest of the finishes in the B final.

=== Championship ===

1 *Katina Hosszu 25 Hungary 2:11.94 2:09.66 NAT
28.81 1:01.75 (32.94)
1:35.47 (33.72) 2:09.66 (34.19)
2 Becca Mann 16 North Baltimore- 2:13.36 2:11.61 NAT
29.97 1:03.55 (33.58)
1:37.28 (33.73) 2:11.61 (34.33)
3 *Kate Mills 25 Real Canoe 2:13.35 2:12.95 NAT
30.33 1:03.97 (33.64)
1:38.03 (34.06) 2:12.95 (34.92)
4 Megan Kingsley 18 Mount Pleasant S 2:13.22 2:12.97 NAT
29.72 1:03.40 (33.68)
1:37.55 (34.15) 2:12.97 (35.42)
5 *Andreina Pinto 22 Gator Swim Club- 2:14.23 2:13.05 NAT
30.50 1:04.25 (33.75)
1:38.63 (34.38) 2:13.05 (34.42)
6 Courtney Weaver 18 Flint ‘Y’ Falcon 2:13.59 2:13.13 NAT
30.36 1:04.44 (34.08)
1:38.83 (34.39) 2:13.13 (34.30)
7 Emma Nunn 20 NOVA of Virginia 2:12.88 2:14.90 NAT
30.02 1:04.45 (34.43)
1:39.09 (34.64) 2:14.90 (35.81)
8 Meredith Hoover 21 North Carolina A 2:13.98 2:15.29 NAT
30.72 1:05.09 (34.37)
1:40.06 (34.97) 2:15.29 (35.23)

=== Consolation ===

9 *Katerine Savar 20 CAMO Natation 2:14.55 2:10.91 NAT
29.12 1:02.89 (33.77)
1:36.39 (33.50) 2:10.91 (34.52)
10 Cammile Adams 22 Una MAC-NC 2:14.60 2:12.90 NAT
29.83 1:03.60 (33.77)
1:37.79 (34.19) 2:12.90 (35.11)
11 Lauren Harringt 21 Athens Bulldog S 2:15.12 2:13.48 NAT
30.25 1:04.16 (33.91)
1:38.49 (34.33) 2:13.48 (34.99)
12 *Tanja Kylliain 21 Una UOFL-KY 2:14.99 2:13.61 NAT
30.77 1:05.14 (34.37)
1:39.33 (34.19) 2:13.61 (34.28)
13 *Easop Lee 14 North Baltimore- 2:15.39 2:14.46 NAT
30.33 1:04.06 (33.73)
1:38.83 (34.77) 2:14.46 (35.63)
14 Kaitlin Pawlowi 21 Una NCAP-PV 2:14.62 2:15.70
30.90 1:05.16 (34.26)
1:39.97 (34.81) 2:15.70 (35.73)
15 Catherine Hulse 18 Georgia Coastal- 2:16.91 2:16.94
30.89 1:05.72 (34.83)
1:41.21 (35.49) 2:16.94 (35.73)
16 Madison Homovic 14 North Carolina A 2:16.35 2:17.76
30.68 1:06.14 (35.46)
1:41.47 (35.33) 2:17.76 (36.29)

Comments Off

Author: Jason Marsteller

Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

Current Swimming World Issue


Trouble Viewing on Smart Phones, Tablets or iPads? Click Here