Race Video: Watch All 11 Heats of Men’s, Women’s 400 Medley Relays

Photo by Kristin Karkoska

Editorial coverage for U.S. Junior Nationals proudly sponsored by Q Swimwear!

IRVINE, California, August 3

Women’s 400 medley relay

SwimMAC’s Stephanie Nelson (1:04.01), Maija Roses (1:09.80) , Caitlin Casazza (1:00.22) and Nora McCullagh (56.70) won the timed final event in 4:10.73. Y-Sparta’s Danielle Galyer (1:02.84), Savanna Faulconer (1:12.48), Meredith Whisenhunt (1:00.88) and Katrina Konopka (55.77) placed second in 4:11.97. Carmel picked up third as Claire Adams (1:02.76), Alex Clarke (1:15.78), Veronica Burchill (59.69) and Amy Bilquist (55.30) raced to a 4:13.53.

KING (4:13.92), PASA (4:14.25), Santa Clara (4:15.47), Swim MAC B (4:15.57) and Cypress Fairbanks (4:15.67) claimed the rest of the podium spots.

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Men’s 400 medley relay

Palo Alto Stanford’s Willy Lee (58.01), Curtis Ogren (1:03.63), Andrew Liang (53.61) and Albert Gwo (50.61) took down the meet record with a time of 3:45.86.  That swim lowered the previous mark of 3:46.23 by NCAP last summer.  PASA just missed the 15-18 national age group record of 3:45.49 set by SwimMAC’s John Manchester, Daniel Le, Matthew Josa and Kyle Darmody in 2013.

Terrapins’ Brandon James (57.43), Stanley Wu (1:04.92), Justin Lynch (53.01) and Michal Zyla (51.58) picked up second-place honors in 3:46.94, while IUST’s Ian Finnerty (58.07), Brandon Colonis (1:04.72), Max Irwin (54.44) and Blake Pieroni (49.93) placed third in 3:47.16.

NCAP (3:47.21), Dynamo (3:47.68), Canyons (3:49.18), Dayton Raiders (3:49.99) and Bolles (3:50.09) made up the rest of the championship eight.

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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.

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