Shortly after moving to sixth all time in the 100 breast at the NCAA Division II Championships, Nova Southeastern’s Anton Lobanov talked with Swimming World‘s Katy Sonksen.
Lobanov gives a lot of credit to Christmas training this year for his drastic improvement in the 100 breast.
Lobanov also talks about the differences between training for the 100 and 200 breaststroke events.
Original Report on 100 breast
Nova Southeastern’s Anton Lobanov threw down an epic time of 51.63 at the NCAA Division II Championships to move to sixth all time in the event’s history.
Lobanov’s time not only crushed the NCAA D2 record of 52.43 set by Tampa’s Aleksander Hetland back in 2009, it also tied Lobanov with Nolan Koon for sixth ever in the event.
Wayne State’s Piotr Jachowicz took second in 52.74 with Queens’ Nic Erksson snaring third overall in 52.85.
Queens took a slight 256.5-255.5 lead over Drury following the amazing event.
All Time 100 Breast
1 Lobanov, Anton FR Nova S'eastern 53.02 51.63R 20 r:+0.72 24.34 51.63 (27.29) 2 Jachowicz, Piotr SR Wayne State 53.27 52.74 17 r:+0.83 24.48 52.74 (28.26) 3 Eriksson, Nic SR Queens (NC) 53.82 52.85 16 r:+0.67 24.87 52.85 (27.98)