Full Coverage Of Night Three of the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series Charlotte

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Everything you need to follow along with finals of day three of the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series in Charlotte, NC.

Schedule of Events:

  • Women’s 200 Fly
  • Men’s 200 Fly
  • Women’s 50 Free
  • Men’s 50 Free
  • Women’s 100 Back
  • Men’s 100 Back
  • Women’s 200 Breast
  • Men’s 200 Breast
  • Women’s 50 Fly
  • Men’s 50 Fly
  • Women’s 400 Free
  • Men’s 400 Free

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Women’s 200 Fly:

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Cammile Adams soared in front of the competition during the women’s 200 fly stopping the clock at a sizzling 2:08.14. Adams’ time improves upon her 2016 best of 2:08.21 from the Austin stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series.

Jen Marrkand put up a battle trying to catch Adams but it was to no avail. Marrkand finished second overall with a time of 2:09.89. Finishing third overall was Hannah Saiz with a final time of 2:10.75.

Audrey Lacroix grabbed fourth overall with a time of 2:11.61, while fifth went to Maria Jose Mata Coco and her time of 2:12.11.

Sixth was picked up by Hannah Kukurugya and her time of 2:12.55.

Klaudia Nazieblo (2:13.07) and Kate Mills (2:13.75) rounded out the top eight.

Men’s 200 Fly:


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Jonathan Gomez topped the competition in the men’s 200 fly with a sizzling 1:57.36. Gomez’s time sits just outside of the top 20 world rankings for 2016.

Tyler Clary turned in a final time of 1:58.68 to finish second overall, scratching 2.25 seconds off his prelims time of 2:00.93.

Grabbing third was Zach Harting with a time of 1:59.68 to be the only other swimmer under the 2-minute mark.

Dylan Bosch posted the fourth fastest time of the evening at a 2:00.42, while Alarii Levreault-Lopez grabbed fifth with a 2:01.31.

Sixth went to Marcos Lavado and his time of 2:01.74, just ahead of Zach Fong’s 2:01.95.

Eighth was claimed by David Airas Gonzales at a 2:03.53.

Women’s 50 Free:

Jul 14, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Chantal Van Landeghem of Canada (left) waves to the crowd after winning the women's 100m freestyle swimming final during the 2015 Pan Am Games at Pan Am Aquatics UTS Centre and Field House. Mandatory Credit: Erich Schlegel-USA TODAY Sports

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Chantal Van Landeghem topped the competition in the women’s 50 free with a time of 24.43. Her time moves her up to sixth in the world rankings for 2016.

Finishing close behind was Madison Kennedy with a time of 24.53. Kennedy was last month’s winner at the Mesa stop of the Arena Pro Swim Series where she turned in a time of 24.45 which now sits at seventh in the world rankings.

Farida Osman grabbed third with a time of 25.00, while Michelle Williams (25.10) and Dana Vollmer (25.13) kept it close for fourth and fifth respectively.

Kelsi Worrell turned in a 25.30 for sixth, just ahead of Lili Ibanez Lopez’s 25.38.

Rounding out the top eight was Ivy Martin with a 25.56.

Men’s 50 Free:

Jan 16, 2016; Austin, TX, USA; Anthony Ervin dives in the men's 50 meter free final during the 2016 Arena Pro Swim Series at Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center. Mandatory Credit: Soobum Im-USA TODAY Sports

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Anthony Ervin turned in the only sub-22 swim in the men’s 50 free. Ervin, who recently relocated to swim at SwimMAC finished with a time of 21.98.

Santo Condorelli finished second overall with a time of 22.15, just ahead of Josh Schneider’s 22.16.

Cullen Jones grabbed fourth overall with a 22.30, while Jimmy Feigen was fifth with a 22.47.

Paul Powers claimed sixth with a 22.67, ahead of Oleksandr Loginov’s 22.79.

Eighth went to Daniel Kanorr and his 22.80.

Women’s 100 Back:

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Kylie Masse delivered the only sub-minute finish in the women’s 100 back, stopping the clock at a 59.98.

Kirsty Coventry surged to second with a time of 1:00.12, just ahead of this morning’s top qualifier Ali Deloof (1:00.41).

Dominique Bouchard grabbed fourth overall with a final time of 1:01.00, while Clara Smiddy was fifth with a 1:01.20.

Sixth was picked up by Claire Adams with a final time of 1:01.56.

Erin Voss (1:02.21) and Kathleen Baker (1:02.52) rounded out the top eight.

Men’s 100 Back:


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Arkady Vyatchanin powered past the competition to finish first overall with a time of 54.80. Grabbing second in the men’s 100 back was Ryan Lochte who stopped the clock at a 55.22.

Third was picked up by Bryce Bohman and his time of 55.90.

A significantly tight race followed as the fourth through sixth place finishes stopped the clock .02 seconds apart. Bob Glover led the pack with a 55.94. He was followed closely by Paul Le (55.95) and Tyler Clary (55.96).

Robert Owen (56.00) and Aaron Greene (56.35) finished seventh and eighth respectively.

Women’s 200 Breast:

Anne Lazor battled for first in the women’s 200 breast with Kierra Smith and Lilly King. Lazor surged ahead to stop the clock at a 2:24.96 for first. Smith clocked a 2:25.06 for second, ahead of King’s 2:25.13.

Miranda Tucker picked up fourth with a time of 2:28.86, while Esther Gonzalez Medina delivered a 2:29.91 for fifth.

Katie Meili finished sixth overall with a time of 2:30.99.

Daniela Carrillo (2:31.87) and Andee Cottrell (2:32.05) took seventh and eighth.

Men’s 200 Breast:


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Cody Miller surged ahead of the competition to pick up his second win of the weekend in the men’s 200 breaststroke. Miller stopped the clock at a 2:12.22 for first.

The battle ensued behind Miller with a trio of 2:15’s. Mauro Castillo Luna grabbed second with a 2:15.28 ahead of Luis Jasso (2:15.48) and Miguel De Lara Ojeda (2:15.61).

Miguel Chavez picked up fifth with a time of 2:16.08, while Richard Funk was sixth with a 2:16.54.

Youssef El Kamash (2:17.86) and Jorge Murillo Valdes (2:20.68) completed the top eight.

Women’s 50 Fly:


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Dana Vollmer edged out young superstar Penny Oleksiak in the women’s 50 fly with a final time of 25.87 to 25.97.

Farida Osman turned in a final 26.11 for third.

Ivy Martin and Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace finished .09 seconds apart for fourth and fifth place. Martin posted a 26.40 over Vanderpool-Wallace’s 26.49.

Kelsi Worrell (26.85), Hellen Moffitt (26.93) and Alyssa Marsh (26.98) rounded out the top eight.

Men’s 50 Fly:

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Sprint superstar Santo Condorelli delivered a sizzling 23.82 to grab gold in the men’s 50 fly not long after posting a second place finish in the men’s 50 free.

Matthew Josa and Tim Phillips posted times within .02 seconds of one another for second and third. Josa edged out Phillps 24.10 and 24.12.

Mark Weber posted a fourth place finish of 24.28, while Matt McHugh took fifth with a 24.35.

Ryan Lochte was sixth overall with a 24.39, just ahead of Albert Subirats’ 24.46.

Eighth went to Long Gutierrez and his time of 24.39.

Women’s 400 Free:

Leah Smith NCAA champion

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Leah Smith charged to another win at Charlotte in the women’s 400 free stopping the clock at a 4:05.21. Smith’s time reset the pool record and sits just off her 2016 best of 2:04.74 from the Austin stop of the Arena Pro Series.

Lindsay Vrooman cranked out a second place finish of 4:07.71, while Gillian Ryan claimed third with a 4:10.33.

Rose Bi grabbed fourth with a 4:11.62, ahead of Alex Norris’ fifth place finish of 4:15.06.

Kiera Janzen (4:16.08), Kristel Kobrich (4:14.40), and Lindsey Clary (4:23.95) wrapped up the top eight.

Men’s 400 Free:


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Conor Dwyer took charge early on in the 400 free and never let go. Dwyer, who has been training at altitude for about the last two months, claimed first with a time of 3:47.37.

Finishing second was Zane Grothe with a time of 3:48.40, just ahead of Connor Jaeger’s 3:48.62.

Ricardo David Vargas Jacobo finished fourth overall with a time of 3:51.95, while Marcelo Acosta took fifth with a time of 3:53.22.

Michael Klueh grabbed sixth with a time of 3:53.77 and seventh went to Michael Weiss (3:55.19).

Sean Ryan posted a 3:59.78 for eighth.

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