Cameron Craig Reaches Another Olympic Trials Cut

Photo Courtesy: Dan D'Addona

One day after making his return to racing and qualifying for the 2020 Olympic trials, Cameron Craig turned in another stellar performance to close the Big Red Challenge in Holland, Michigan, on Sunday.

Craig, swimming for host Michigan Lakeshore Aquatics, won the 100 free in 50.45 to break the club and pool record and qualify for the Olympic trials. Cameron Craig made his return Saturday.

In his first race back, Craig won the 100 fly in 53.61 at the Big Red Challenge hosted by Michigan Lakeshore Aquatic to earn a cut for the 2020 Olympic trials.

Craig’s 100 free on Sunday was two seconds ahead of the fast field as Skyler Cook-Weeks was second (52.58).

Kyle Maas broke the pool record to win the 200 IM (2:07.06).

MLA’s Devon Nowicki won the 100 breast in 1:04.67. Nowicki also won the 50 breast in 29.14 ahead of teammate Khadin Soto (29.14).

Derek Maas won the 50 back (27.45). Ian Miskelley won the 200 back (2:13.85).

In the women’s meet, MLA’s Kathryn Ackerman won the 50 back in 30.64. She also won the 100 free (58.34), going 1-2 with Elle Giesler (1:00.43).

MLA’s Kasia Norman won the 50 breast in 35.37.

Rays’ KJ Losee won the 200 fly (2:13.00).

East Grand Rapids Aquatic’s Susan Lagrand won the 200 back (2:26.38).

Dune’s Alana Jardenil won the 100 breast in 1:18.18.

Hannah Williams won the 200 IM (2:31.25). Valentina Rengifo won the 200 fly (2:29.99).