200 Breast – Women
Again, breaststroke records fell in several age groups of the women's 200.
Wenke Hansen led the way and broke her third breaststroke record in the 30-34 age group by crushing the old record of 2:25.30, held by Laurel Hill, with a 2:17.34. (also making the 2:18.29 Olympic Trial cut)
Caroline Krattli swam a 2:25.4, beating her own record time of 2:25.60, to set her third record of the meet.
Dea Joslin also had a "hat-trick" by swimming a 2:29.70 to break her own record of 2:33.00 set last year. Lo Knapp from Utah won the 45-49 in 2:40.83, and Susan Roy-Jones, 51, just missed Ginger Pierson's record of 2:45.30 by going 2:45.37.