2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara: Day 4 Finals Live Recap

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Women’s 800 free

NBAC’s Lotte Friis nearly cleared her seventh-ranked season best to win the women’s 800-meter free at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.  In the end, NBAC went 1-2-3-4.

Friis popped a winning time of 8:25.33, just off her top time this year of 8:25.07 from the Charlotte stop of the series.

She’s in a solid spot considering she’s about to head back up to altitude in Colorado Springs before traveling to Europe to prepare for the World Championships in Russia.

NBAC’s Sierra Schmidt, the dancing queen who always dances like no one is watching at the starting blocks during introductions, crushed her lifetime best with a time of 8:28.91.  That swim demolished her previous top effort of 8:34.58 from junior nationals last summer.  Schmidt jumped to 12th in the world with that swim.

NBAC’s Becca Mann took third in 8:30.02 with Cierra Runge putting in a labored 8:31.55 as she definitely looked to be uncomfortable at the end of the race.

Gator’s Andreina Pinto (8:32.94), Club Wolverine’s Gillian Ryan (8:42.11), Minnesota’s Kiera Janzen (8:42.28), North Carolina’s Madison Homovich (8:49.67) and Olivia Anderson (8:52.31) rounded out the top nine in the timed final.

 1 Friis, Lotte           26 North Baltimore-  8:16.32    8:25.33  
                 29.53      1:00.23 (30.70)
        1:31.55 (31.32)     2:02.93 (31.38)
        2:34.75 (31.82)     3:06.39 (31.64)
        3:38.29 (31.90)     4:09.95 (31.66)
        4:41.81 (31.86)     5:13.24 (31.43)
        5:45.23 (31.99)     6:17.06 (31.83)
        6:49.28 (32.22)     7:21.21 (31.93)
        7:53.67 (32.46)     8:25.33 (31.66)
  2 Schmidt, Sierra        17 North Baltimore-  8:34.58    8:28.91  
                 29.72      1:01.18 (31.46)
        1:32.88 (31.70)     2:04.75 (31.87)
        2:36.63 (31.88)     3:08.53 (31.90)
        3:40.80 (32.27)     4:12.79 (31.99)
        4:44.78 (31.99)     5:16.77 (31.99)
        5:48.84 (32.07)     6:20.85 (32.01)
        6:52.98 (32.13)     7:25.26 (32.28)
        7:57.55 (32.29)     8:28.91 (31.36)
  3 Mann, Becca            17 North Baltimore-  8:22.45    8:30.02  
                 30.34      1:02.26 (31.92)
        1:34.47 (32.21)     2:06.53 (32.06)
        2:38.79 (32.26)     3:11.03 (32.24)
        3:43.55 (32.52)     4:15.50 (31.95)
        4:47.75 (32.25)     5:19.67 (31.92)
        5:51.91 (32.24)     6:23.86 (31.95)
        6:55.64 (31.78)     7:27.34 (31.70)
        7:59.21 (31.87)     8:30.02 (30.81)
  4 Runge, Cierra          19 North Baltimore-  8:24.69    8:31.55  
                 30.02      1:01.38 (31.36)
        1:33.71 (32.33)     2:05.77 (32.06)
        2:38.30 (32.53)     3:10.17 (31.87)
        3:42.73 (32.56)     4:14.84 (32.11)
        4:47.34 (32.50)     5:19.55 (32.21)
        5:52.22 (32.67)     6:24.42 (32.20)
        6:56.74 (32.32)     7:28.80 (32.06)
        8:00.60 (31.80)     8:31.55 (30.95)
  5 Pinto, Andreina        23 Gator Swim Club-  8:27.03    8:32.94  
                 29.86      1:01.06 (31.20)
        1:33.23 (32.17)     2:05.17 (31.94)
        2:37.50 (32.33)     3:09.54 (32.04)
        3:42.21 (32.67)     4:14.45 (32.24)
        4:47.26 (32.81)     5:19.80 (32.54)
        5:52.48 (32.68)     6:25.02 (32.54)
        6:57.51 (32.49)     7:29.91 (32.40)
        8:02.24 (32.33)     8:32.94 (30.70)
  6 Ryan, Gillian          19 Club Wolverine-M  8:25.57    8:42.11  
                 31.38      1:04.07 (32.69)
        1:37.22 (33.15)     2:10.37 (33.15)
        2:43.91 (33.54)     3:17.11 (33.20)
        3:50.68 (33.57)     4:24.03 (33.35)
        4:57.30 (33.27)     5:30.43 (33.13)
        6:03.35 (32.92)     6:36.25 (32.90)
        7:08.96 (32.71)     7:41.09 (32.13)
        8:12.08 (30.99)     8:42.11 (30.03)
  7 Janzen, Kiera          22 Minnesota Aquati  8:35.20    8:42.28  
                 30.99      1:03.58 (32.59)
        1:35.89 (32.31)     2:08.69 (32.80)
        2:41.41 (32.72)     3:14.39 (32.98)
        3:47.41 (33.02)     4:20.55 (33.14)
        4:53.77 (33.22)     5:27.35 (33.58)
        6:00.72 (33.37)     6:34.32 (33.60)
        7:06.92 (32.60)     7:40.30 (33.38)
        8:12.32 (32.02)     8:42.28 (29.96)
  8 Homovich, Madison      15 North Carolina A  8:36.82    8:49.67  
                 29.97      1:02.24 (32.27)
        1:35.19 (32.95)     2:08.10 (32.91)
        2:41.37 (33.27)     3:14.68 (33.31)
        3:48.03 (33.35)     4:21.57 (33.54)
        4:55.18 (33.61)     5:28.77 (33.59)
        6:02.48 (33.71)     6:36.31 (33.83)
        7:10.01 (33.70)     7:43.63 (33.62)
        8:16.94 (33.31)     8:49.67 (32.73)
  9 Anderson, Olivia       16 Etobicoke Swim C  8:47.24    8:52.31  
                 31.27      1:04.53 (33.26)
        1:38.13 (33.60)     2:11.78 (33.65)
        2:45.50 (33.72)     3:18.83 (33.33)
        3:51.74 (32.91)     4:25.90 (34.16)
        4:59.93 (34.03)     5:33.40 (33.47)
        6:07.33 (33.93)     6:40.76 (33.43)
        7:14.78 (34.02)     7:48.37 (33.59)
        8:21.41 (33.04)     8:52.31 (30.90)

Women’s 200 IM

Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu just missed her U.S. Open record in the women’s 200-meter IM at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.

Hosszu, who set the mark with a top-ranked time of 2:08.66 at the Charlotte stop of the Series earlier this year, put up the second-fastest time in the world this year with a 2:09.19 for her fourth gold of the meet.

California’s Caitlin Leverenz raced her way to second tonight in a time of 2:11.52, just off her seventh-ranked season best of 2:11.40 from the Orlando stop of the Series.

Trojan’s Yuliya Efimova, breaking out from her breaststroke speciality, took third in 2:12.91.

Madisyn Cox (2:14.51), PASA’s Karlee Bispo (2:14.82), California’s Celina Li (2:15.08), Hong Kong’s Siobhan Haughey (2:15.95), Argentina’s Virginia Bardach (2:17.29) and Ozaukee’s Katie Drabot (2:17.79) also vied for the IM title.

California’s Kelly Naze won the B final in a time of 2:16.38, while Crimson’s Brooke Zeiger placed second in 2:16.80.  North Carolina’s Madison Homovich turned around from eighth in the 800 free to swim in the same lane for last in the consolation heat with a 2:23.08.

Men’s 200 IM

NBAC’s Michael Phelps collected his second victory of the meet as he topped a loaded field in the men’s 200-meter IM at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.

Phelps was the only swimmer to clear 2:00 as he clocked a 1:59.39 to drop a second from his preliminary swim.  It’s still a bit outside the top 10 in the world currently held by Daniel Tranter with a 1:58.73 from the Australian Nationals. But, the time is his first under 2:00 this year after dropping as long as a 1:56.04 to take silver at the 2014 Pan Pac Championships during his comeback.

California’s Josh Prenot turned in a 2:00.43 to finish a comfortable second, while NBAC’s Chase Kalisz managed to take third overall in 2:02.33.

Stanford’s Max Williamson (2:02.55), Dynamo’s Gunnar Bentz (2:02.60), Alex Lebed (2:03.59), RAC’s Mohamed Hussein (2:03.67), Tucson Ford’s Michael Meyer (2:04.38) and Club Wolverine’s Dylan Bosch (2:04.52) also battled in the A final.

Wisconsin’s Michael Weiss hit the wall in front in the B final with a time of 2:04.41.  NBAC’s Austin Surhoff wound up second in 2:05.27.

Women’s 200 back

Hungary’s Katinka Hosszu powered her way to her second win of the night with a title in the women’s 200-meter back at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.

Hosszu had to hold off a hard-charging Maya DiRado, but she remained composed and managed to touch in 2:07.93 for the win.  That swim is off her second-ranked season best time of 2:06.81 from the Golden Tour in Nancy, but is still among the top five times swum this year.

Hosszu had been gunning for the final old-school Hungarian record left of a 2:06.62 from Krisztina Egerszegi from back in 1991.  But, she’s been unable to cross that goal off her list just yet.

DiRado destroyed her personal best of 2:10.40 from the BHP Super Series with a second-place time of 2:08.50 to vault to eighth in the world rankings.

Colorado Stars’ Missy Franklin rounded out a loaded podium with a third-place time of 2:09.84 as she continues to find her form after three months away from racing.

California’s Elizabeth Pelton (2:11.26), Mexico’s Fernanda Gonzalez Ramirez (2:11.36), Meryn McCann (2:13.53), Guatemala’s Gisela Morales (2:14.32), Erin Voss (2:14.36) and Grand Canyon’s Iryna Glavnyk (2:14.43) snatched the rest of the championship finishes.

Club Wolverine’s Gabby Deloof clipped Emily Meilus, 2:13.59 to 2:13.73, for the B final victory. Both swimmers cut more than two seconds from their preliminary swims.

Men’s 200 back

California’s Ryan Murphy smoked the men’s 200-meter back final for the win at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.

Murphy, ranked ninth in the world with a 1:56.91 from the Austin stop of the Series, wound up just off that time with a 1:57.06 this evening.

SwimMAC’s Tyler Clary hit the wall second tonight in 1:59.32, while California’s Jacob Pebley snared third in 1:59.82 to close out the sub-2:00 times.

Omar Pinzon finished fourth in 2:00.02 with Club Wolverine’s Tristan Sanders taking fifth in 2:01.60.

Tucson Ford’s Matt Grevers, who ranks 10th in the world with a 1:57.43 from Austin, took sixth this evening in 2:01.89.

BlueFish’s Connor Green (2:01.99) and Dynamo’s Michael Taylor (2:03.56) placed seventh and eighth.

NBAC’s Michael Phelps, shortly after winning the 200 IM tonight, still decided to swim in the A final after a ninth-seed swim this morning instead of scratching like many other did this evening.  He took ninth tonight in 2:04.11 to give the fans another chance to watch.

Just minutes after taking third in the 200-meter IM, NBAC’s Chase Kalisz nearly popped a lifetime best in the B final with a 2:02.84 to win the consolation heat.  That’s just off his 2:02.33 from the 2014 Bulldog Grand Slam.

Women’s 50 breast

Trojan’s Yuliya Efimova swept the breaststroke titles at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara with the second-fastest women’s 50-meter breast of the year.

Efimova clocked a time of 30.37 for the victory, moving under her previous second-best time of 30.39 from Russian Nationals.  Only Ruta Meilutyte has been faster this year with a 29.88.

Trojan’s Jessica Hardy also cleared 31 seconds with a second-place time of 30.94 tonight, a bit off her fourth-ranked season best of 30.61 from the Charlotte stop of the Series.

SoFlo’s Alia Atkinson, the third-ranked swimmer in the world with a 30.54 from Charlotte, took third tonight in 31.01.

Canton City’s Laura Lindsay placed fourth in 31.26 with Stanford’s Sarah Haase earning fifth in 31.42.

Clovis’ Danielle Herrmann (31.97), Argentina’s Julia Sebastian (32.55), BlueFish’s Laura Sogar (32.69) and Tucson Ford’s Emma Schoettmer (33.14) also swam in the A final.

Wisconsin’s Anna Meinholz clipped Jordan Surhoff for the B final win, 33.05 to 33.07.

Men’s 50 breast

Brazil’s Felipe Lima grabbed the men’s 50-meter breaststroke title tonight at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.

Lima, representing FIAT, touched in 27.65 for the win.  That’s a bit off his ninth-ranked season best of 27.39 from the Maria Lenk Trophy, but more than enough to top tonight’s field.

Trojan’s Glenn Snyders put up a second-place time of 28.11 with California’s Chuck Katis taking third in 28.32.

NYAC’s Mike Alexandrov (28.35), SoFlo’s Jorge Murillo Valdes (28.56), Club Wolverine’s Zach Hayden (28.86), Michael Andrew (28.89), Louisville’s Thomas Dahlia (28.92) and Trojan’s Azad Al-Barazi (29.12) closed out the top nine in the finale.

Grand Canyon’s Youssef El Kamash won the B final in a close contest with a time of 28.53.  Argentina’s Facundo Miguelena placed second in 28.56.

Women’s 100 free

The Netherlands’ Femke Heemskerk cleared 54 seconds to win the women’s 100-meter free at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.

Heemskerk, who is tied at the top of the world rankings with a 52.69 matched by Cate Campbell of Australia, blazed her way to a 53.64 to win the freestyle crown this evening.

Stanford’s Simone Manuel raced her way to second in 54.29, adding .03 to her time from this morning’s prelims.

NBAC’s Allison Schmitt snuck her way into third with a strong 54.85 to cash a placement check.

Tucson Ford’s Margo Geer (54.92), Stanford’s Lia Neal (55.15), Colorado Stars’ Missy Franklin (55.49), SwimMAC’s Madison Kennedy (55.59), SESI’s Daynara De Paula (56.24) and Trojan’s Jessica Hardy (56.38) finished fourth through ninth.

California’s Farida Osman downed another Egyptian record, this time with a 55.66 to win the B final.  That swim surpassed the 55.85 set by Rania Elwani back in 2000 and gives Osman both the 50 and 100 freestyle records in Egypt.

Men’s 100 free

Trojan’s Vlad Morozov, the top-ranked swimmer in the world in the 100 free, topped the event at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.

Morozov had just enough in the tank to win in 49.28, well off the 47.98 he used to set the world best at Russian Nationals.

The event was definitely missing some serious star power as top-seed Nathan Adrian scratched finals.  Adrian clocked a 49.36 in prelims, and definitely would have helped push Morozov this evening.

Argentina’s Federico Grabich placed second in 49.50 with FIAT’s Nicolas Oliveira taking third in 49.60.

Trojan’s Alexander Sukhorukov (49.62), Brazil’s Joao De Lucca (49.63), Auburn’s Marcelo Chierighini (49.74), Trojan’s Dylan Carter (49.81), Hong Kong’s Geoff Cheah (49.99) and Club Wolverine’s Anders Lie Nielsen (50.49) also competed tonight.

Stanford’s David Nolan raced his way to an in-season best with a 50.09 to win the B final.  That swim cleared his previous best in-season swim ot 50.21 from prelims today.  Before that, a 50.45 had stood as his best non-championship swim from the 2014 Los Angeles Invitational.

Men’s 1500 free

Club Wolverine’s Connor Jaeger posted the third-best 1500 free of the year as he won the title at the Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara.

Jaeger put up a top time of 14:56.43 for the win, bettering his third-ranked 14:58.13 from the Charlotte stop of the Series.

Only Gregorio Paltrinieri (14:43.87) and Mack Horton (14:44.09) have been faster this year.

The Woodlands’ Michael McBroom, who collected the 400 and 800 freestyle titles earlier this week, managed to take second in 15:02.56 to move to 12th in the world rankings.

Trojan’s Ous Mellouli snagged third overall in 15:18.02, while FIAT’s Miguel Valenta placed fourth in 15:24.63.

Gator’s True Sweetser (15:26.20), Yale’s Kei Hyogo (15:26.59), Azura Florida’s Marcelo Acosta (15:29.22), California’s Janardan Burns (15:30.45) and Zane Grothe (15:31.85) closed out the top nine in the timed final event.

 1 Jaeger, Connor         24 Club Wolverine-M 14:47.96   14:56.43  
                 27.87        57.99 (30.12)
        1:28.37 (30.38)     1:58.44 (30.07)
        2:28.87 (30.43)     2:58.94 (30.07)
        3:29.19 (30.25)     3:59.31 (30.12)
        4:29.95 (30.64)     5:00.03 (30.08)
        5:30.32 (30.29)     6:00.41 (30.09)
        6:30.74 (30.33)     7:00.78 (30.04)
        7:31.08 (30.30)     8:00.94 (29.86)
        8:31.32 (30.38)     9:01.12 (29.80)
        9:31.02 (29.90)    10:00.89 (29.87)
       10:30.80 (29.91)    11:00.55 (29.75)
       11:30.36 (29.81)    12:00.12 (29.76)
       12:30.14 (30.02)    12:59.97 (29.83)
       13:29.48 (29.51)    13:59.04 (29.56)
       14:28.87 (29.83)    14:56.43 (27.56)
  2 McBroom, Michael       24 The Woodlands Sw 14:53.95   15:02.56  
                 28.63        59.17 (30.54)
        1:29.75 (30.58)     2:00.20 (30.45)
        2:30.45 (30.25)     3:00.90 (30.45)
        3:31.34 (30.44)     4:01.50 (30.16)
        4:31.83 (30.33)     5:02.06 (30.23)
        5:32.41 (30.35)     6:02.42 (30.01)
        6:32.64 (30.22)     7:02.63 (29.99)
        7:32.82 (30.19)     8:02.76 (29.94)
        8:32.92 (30.16)     9:02.98 (30.06)
        9:33.07 (30.09)    10:03.23 (30.16)
       10:33.25 (30.02)    11:03.24 (29.99)
       11:33.18 (29.94)    12:02.96 (29.78)
       12:33.86 (30.90)    13:04.27 (30.41)
       13:35.06 (30.79)    14:04.97 (29.91)
       14:34.65 (29.68)    15:02.56 (27.91)
  3 Mellouli, Ous          31 Trojan Swim Club 15:07.89   15:18.02  
                 28.14        58.33 (30.19)
        1:28.76 (30.43)     1:58.96 (30.20)
        2:29.23 (30.27)     2:59.41 (30.18)
        3:29.80 (30.39)     3:59.96 (30.16)
        4:30.28 (30.32)     5:00.61 (30.33)
        5:30.87 (30.26)     6:01.08 (30.21)
        6:31.61 (30.53)     7:01.98 (30.37)
        7:32.52 (30.54)     8:03.13 (30.61)
        8:33.77 (30.64)     9:04.54 (30.77)
        9:35.71 (31.17)    10:06.49 (30.78)
       10:37.54 (31.05)    11:08.66 (31.12)
       11:40.37 (31.71)    12:11.52 (31.15)
       12:43.13 (31.61)    13:14.78 (31.65)
       13:46.66 (31.88)    14:17.93 (31.27)
       14:48.40 (30.47)    15:18.02 (29.62)
  4 Valente, Miguel        22 Fiat Minas-US-   15:16.07   15:24.63  
                 28.86      1:00.21 (31.35)
        1:31.56 (31.35)     2:02.96 (31.40)
        2:34.40 (31.44)     3:05.68 (31.28)
        3:37.08 (31.40)     4:08.18 (31.10)
        4:39.59 (31.41)     5:11.01 (31.42)
        5:42.34 (31.33)     6:13.24 (30.90)
        6:44.44 (31.20)     7:15.40 (30.96)
        7:46.43 (31.03)     8:17.24 (30.81)
        8:48.21 (30.97)     9:18.99 (30.78)
        9:49.80 (30.81)    10:20.29 (30.49)
       10:50.97 (30.68)    11:21.43 (30.46)
       11:52.08 (30.65)    12:22.71 (30.63)
       12:52.48 (29.77)    13:24.05 (31.57)
       13:54.61 (30.56)    14:25.11 (30.50)
       14:55.39 (30.28)    15:24.63 (29.24)
  5 Sweetser, True         17 Gator Swim Club- 15:18.64   15:26.20  
                 29.49      1:00.58 (31.09)
        1:32.36 (31.78)     2:03.78 (31.42)
        2:35.56 (31.78)     3:07.06 (31.50)
        3:39.10 (32.04)     4:10.43 (31.33)
        4:41.95 (31.52)     5:13.13 (31.18)
        5:44.48 (31.35)     6:15.49 (31.01)
        6:46.94 (31.45)     7:18.24 (31.30)
        7:49.43 (31.19)     8:20.27 (30.84)
        8:51.50 (31.23)     9:22.25 (30.75)
        9:53.24 (30.99)    10:24.02 (30.78)
       10:54.93 (30.91)    11:25.54 (30.61)
       11:56.56 (31.02)    12:27.10 (30.54)
       12:57.68 (30.58)    13:28.18 (30.50)
       13:57.91 (29.73)    14:27.29 (29.38)
       14:57.03 (29.74)    15:26.20 (29.17)
  6 Hyogo, Kei             19 Yale University- 14:50.88Y  15:26.59  
                 28.88      1:00.09 (31.21)
        1:31.41 (31.32)     2:02.72 (31.31)
        2:34.06 (31.34)     3:05.17 (31.11)
        3:36.50 (31.33)     4:07.81 (31.31)
        4:39.20 (31.39)     5:10.19 (30.99)
        5:41.52 (31.33)     6:12.63 (31.11)
        6:43.82 (31.19)     7:15.01 (31.19)
        7:46.13 (31.12)     8:17.21 (31.08)
        8:48.28 (31.07)     9:19.08 (30.80)
        9:50.17 (31.09)    10:21.12 (30.95)
       10:52.08 (30.96)    11:23.09 (31.01)
       11:54.21 (31.12)    12:24.94 (30.73)
       12:55.82 (30.88)    13:26.59 (30.77)
       13:57.29 (30.70)    14:27.95 (30.66)
       14:58.25 (30.30)    15:26.59 (28.34)
  7 Acosta, Marcelo        18 Azura Florida Aq 15:22.43   15:29.22  
                 28.93        59.71 (30.78)
        1:30.97 (31.26)     2:02.31 (31.34)
        2:33.88 (31.57)     3:05.16 (31.28)
        3:36.10 (30.94)     4:07.06 (30.96)
        4:38.09 (31.03)     5:09.17 (31.08)
        5:40.72 (31.55)     6:11.70 (30.98)
        6:43.27 (31.57)     7:14.32 (31.05)
        7:45.53 (31.21)     8:16.91 (31.38)
        8:48.17 (31.26)     9:19.12 (30.95)
        9:50.67 (31.55)    10:21.61 (30.94)
       10:52.75 (31.14)    11:23.65 (30.90)
       11:54.84 (31.19)    12:25.64 (30.80)
       12:56.79 (31.15)    13:27.63 (30.84)
       13:58.33 (30.70)    14:28.29 (29.96)
       14:58.17 (29.88)    15:29.22 (31.05)
  8 Burns, Janardan        19 California Aquat 15:11.35   15:30.45  
                 28.98        59.78 (30.80)
        1:31.26 (31.48)     2:02.34 (31.08)
        2:33.78 (31.44)     3:05.12 (31.34)
        3:36.64 (31.52)     4:07.96 (31.32)
        4:39.58 (31.62)     5:10.57 (30.99)
        5:42.13 (31.56)     6:12.96 (30.83)
        6:44.07 (31.11)     7:14.88 (30.81)
        7:46.15 (31.27)     8:16.95 (30.80)
        8:48.31 (31.36)     9:18.92 (30.61)
        9:49.98 (31.06)    10:20.80 (30.82)
       10:51.86 (31.06)    11:22.90 (31.04)
       11:54.26 (31.36)    12:25.25 (30.99)
       12:56.39 (31.14)    13:27.21 (30.82)
       13:58.57 (31.36)    14:29.37 (30.80)
       15:00.80 (31.43)    15:30.45 (29.65)
  9 Grothe, Zane           23 Una Bad-MR-      15:13.39   15:31.85  
                 28.67        59.90 (31.23)
        1:31.57 (31.67)     2:03.42 (31.85)
        2:35.05 (31.63)     3:06.77 (31.72)
        3:38.43 (31.66)     4:10.05 (31.62)
        4:41.75 (31.70)     5:13.13 (31.38)
        5:44.67 (31.54)     6:15.93 (31.26)
        6:47.35 (31.42)     7:18.84 (31.49)
        7:50.28 (31.44)     8:21.79 (31.51)
        8:53.33 (31.54)     9:24.93 (31.60)
        9:56.32 (31.39)    10:27.64 (31.32)
       10:58.97 (31.33)    11:30.39 (31.42)
       12:01.58 (31.19)    12:32.45 (30.87)
       13:03.45 (31.00)    13:34.17 (30.72)
       14:04.39 (30.22)    14:34.56 (30.17)
       15:04.23 (29.67)    15:31.85 (27.62)

2015 Arena Pro Swim Series Santa Clara, Day 4 Finals – Results

SCHEDULED EVENTS

  • Women’s 200 IM
  • Men’s 200 IM
  • Women’s 200 back
  • Men’s 200 back
  • Women’s 50 breast
  • Men’s 50 breast
  • Women’s 100 free
  • Men’s 100 free
  • Women’s 800 free
  • Men’s 1500 free

HEAT SHEETS

LIVE STREAM

LIVE RESULTS

MONEY LIST

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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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