Caitlin Leverenz, Tyler Clary Win 200 Fly at Arena Grand Prix in Minnesota (Race Videos)

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MINNESOTA – Caitlin Leverenz and Tyler Clary won the 200 fly at the Arena Grand Prix in Minnesota. Here are the race videos courtesy of USA Swimming.

Women’s 200 fly

California’s Caitlin Leverenz turned in the second fastest 200 fly of her career with a 1:54.34. That swim came up just short of her top time ever of 1:53.78 at the Georgia Fall Invitational back in 2011.

Stanford’s Maya DiRado picked up second overall in 1:54.97, which is right around her in-season best of 1:54.47 from the Art Adamson Invitational back in 2013.

Gator’s Elizabeth Beisel and Mission Viejo’s Katie McLaughlin tied for third-place honors with 1:55.15s.

Shannon Vreeland (1:56.96), Devin Ste. Marie (1:57.14), NBAC’s Becca Mann (1:57.68) and Minnesota’s Danielle Nack (1:57.94) also competed in the finale.

Minnesota’s Tori Simenec took the B final in 1:57.46 with Iowa Flyer Ruby Martin earning second in 1:57.58.

Kelsey Drake (2:00.35), Kay Sargent (2:01.63), Sophie Krivokapic-Zhou (2:02.04), Jessica Epps (2:02.62), Morgan Rosas (2:02.91) and Taylor Ault (2:03.80) also performed in the consolation heat.

A final

B final

C final

D final

Men’s 200 fly

It’s not often that an Olympic gold medalist gets to set lifetime bests in-season, but a yard meet in November was perfect for SwimMAC’s Tyler Clary. Clary raced his way to a 1:44.73 for the win, beating his previous best of 1:45.44 from the 2009 Short Course Nationals. That’s his second gold medal of the meet so far after his 400 IM win last night.

Kyler Van Swol (1:45.35) and Purdue’s Guillermo Blanco (1:45.53) put on a show battling for second and third.

Purdue’s Daniel Conway (1:47.07), Minnesota’s Ben Bravence (1:47.98), Minnesota’s Andrew Hartbarger (1:48.38), Bobby Bollier (1:48.47) and Minnesota’s Nick Orf (1:48.65) also swam for the title.

Mission Viejo’s Grant Shoults turned on the jets in the B final with a 1:45.32 for the win. Ryan Harty touched second in 1:47.06 with Bowen Anderson taking third in 1:47.65.

Brandon Hatanaka (1:48.50), Brendan Meyer (1:49.53), Jan Petric (1:49.75), Viktor Bjoerk (1:50.05) and Alex Cisneros (1:51.42) also turned in times in the B final.

A final

B final

C final

D final