USA Swimming Sectionals, Oklahoma City: Bobby Bollier Doubles; Justine Mueller Shoots Down Summer Sanders’ 1995 Pool Record

OKLAHOMA CITY, Oklahoma, July 17. BOBBY Bollier of the Kansas City Blazers picked up an impressive double at the USA Swimming Sectionals held in Oklahoma City.

Bollier set the men's 200 free in 1:50.88 to smash the meet record of 1:52.62 set by Max Jaben in 2004. Cameron Sellers finished second in 1:53.81, while Daniel Miller placed third in 1:55.48.

Bollier also set a pool record in the men's 100 fly. He clocked a time of 53.89 to break Chris McCrary's time of 54.85 from 2003. Sellers also placed second in this event with a 56.44, while Sean Mathews took third in 56.50.

In the women's counterparts to those events, Shannon Vreeland, 16, won the women's 200 free in 2:04.56. Taylor Wohrley finished second in 2:04.88, while Kari Peglar placed third in 2:05.97.

Samantha Woodward, 17, then dropped a meet and pool record in the women's 100 fly with a time of 1:00.19. She broke her own meet record of 1:01.84 from 2006 and Dana Vollmer's 2001 pool record of 1:01.53. Kelsey Ridder took second in 1:02.62, while Katie Whitbeck finished third in 1:03.50.

The 400 IMs also features some quick swims. Justine Mueller set a pool record with a 4:51.95 to win the women's race. She broke the previous facility standard of 4:54.28 set by Summer Sanders way back in 1995. Those records don't just fall every day. Jamie Marks touched second in 4:55.89, while Vreeland placed third in 5:00.45.

Evan Noble, 16, claimed the men's 400 IM in 4:35.90, while Chris Sellon (4:36.74) and Evan Dunn (4:40.09) completed the podium.

The 400 freestyle relays closed the night. Rockwood's Lauren Votava, Casey Miller, Amber Green and Cory Miller won the women's race in 3:55.46, while Mizzou's Bryan Difford, Sellers, Brad Hubbard and Matt Dahlke clinched the men's in 3:32.22.

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