International Stars Steal The Show On First Night of Atlanta Pro Swim Series

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The first night of the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series from Atlanta featured plenty of great racing at the 1996 Olympic pool. There were plenty of international and domestic stars in action on Thursday night in Georgia’s capital as Olympic gold medalists Sarah SjostromPenny Oleksiak and Nathan Adrian were on hand at the meet.

Women’s 100 Fly

In the first event of the 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series at Atlanta, Swedish World Record holder Sarah Sjostrom swam a 56.62 to win the 100 fly on Thursday night in Atlanta. Sjostrom finished ahead of American Kelsi Dahlia as both swimmers got their 2018 off to a good start with solid long course times on the first day of March.

Dahlia was second at 57.48 ahead of Canada’s Penny Oleksiak (58.36). Rebecca Smith (58.50), Amanda Kendall (58.82), Liliana Szilagyi (59.26), Olivia Carter (59.79) and Lillie Nordmann (59.85) also competed in the A-final.

Sjostrom will head down south to Ft. Lauderdale after this for “Sarah Sjostrom” day on March 3 as she will be honored with Swimming World’s swimmer of the year award.

 Event 1  Women 100 LC Meter Butterfly
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        World: W 55.48  8/7/2016  Sarah Sjostrom, SWE
     American: A 55.98  7/29/2012 Dana Vollmer, USA Olympic Team
    U.S. Open: O 56.38  1/15/2016 Sarah Sjostrom, SWE
     Jr World: J 56.46  8/7/2016  Penny Oleksiak, Canada
   GT Pool LC: P 56.62  3/1/2018  Sarah Sjostrom, Sweden-US
    Name            Age Team              Prelims     Finals  FINA Points
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Sarah Sjostrom   24 Sweden              57.49      56.62P  940  
    r:+0.66  26.20        56.62 (30.42)
  2 Kelsi Dahlia Wo  23 Cardinal Aquatic    57.75      57.48   899  
    r:+0.65  26.98        57.48 (30.50)
  3 Penny Oleksiak   17 Toronto Swim Clu    59.12      58.36   859  
    r:+0.76  27.50        58.36 (30.86)
  4 Rebecca Smith    17 HPC-Ontario         58.62      58.50   852  
    r:+0.77  26.95        58.50 (31.55)
  5 Amanda Kendall   27 Mission Viejo Na    59.25      58.82   839  
    r:+0.69  27.25        58.82 (31.57)
  6 Liliana Szilagy  21 Arilson Silva       59.81      59.26   820  
    r:+0.76  28.84        59.26 (30.42)
  7 Olivia Carter    17 Enfinity Aquatic    59.73      59.79   798  
    r:+0.70  28.10        59.79 (31.69)
  8 Lillie Nordmann  15 Magnolia Aquatic    59.63      59.85   796  
    r:+0.81  28.02        59.85 (31.83)

Men’s 100 Fly

The 2018 TYR Pro Swim Series in Atlanta may be missing a few big amateur names that are competing at college championships and getting ready for the NCAA’s in a couple weeks. But that didn’t stop the pro swimmers in the United States or a select few international stars to make appearances at the 1996 Olympic pool.

Texas’ Jack Conger posted a 51.00 in the 100 fly final on Thursday night in Atlanta as that is a very quick time for early March. Conger was the only swimmer under 52 seconds as the Texas pro swimmers have indicated they are rested for this meet.

Queens swimmer Marius Kusch has got to be happy hearing about the Division II psych sheets being released today as he finished in second at 52.22 and Texas’ Tripp Cooper was third at 52.40.

Michael Andrew (52.57), Pace Clark (53.52), Josiah Binnema (53.60), Paul Le (54.00) and Tom Shields (54.58) also competed in the championship final.

 Event 2  Men 100 LC Meter Butterfly
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        World: W 49.82  8/1/2009  Michael Phelps, USA
     American: A 49.82  8/1/2009  Michael Phelps, USA
    U.S. Open: O 50.22  7/9/2009  Michael Phelps, North Baltimore
     Jr World: J 50.62  7/29/2017 Kristof Milak, Hungary
   GT Pool LC: P 51.00  3/1/2018  Jack Conger, Nation's Capital
    Name            Age Team              Prelims     Finals  FINA Points
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Jack Conger      23 Nation's Capital    52.12      51.00P  932  
    r:+0.68  23.98        51.00 (27.02)
  2 Marius Kusch     24 Unattached          52.33      52.22   868  
    r:+0.72  24.14        52.22 (28.08)
  3 Tripp Cooper     25 Longhorn Aquatic    52.98      52.40   859  
    r:+0.68  24.50        52.40 (27.90)
  4 Michael Andrew   18 Race Pace Club      53.14      52.57   851  
    r:+0.74  24.10        52.57 (28.47)
  5 Pace Clark       23 ABSC/UGA            53.76      53.52   806  
    r:+0.61  25.41        53.52 (28.11)
  6 Josiah Binnema   20 UBC Thunderbirds    53.95      53.60   803  
    r:+0.68  26.05        53.60 (27.55)
  7 Paul Le          25 Missouri State U    53.89      54.00   785  
    r:+0.64  24.94        54.00 (29.06)
  8 Tom Shields      26 California Aquat    53.79      54.58   760  
    r:+0.73  25.30        54.58 (29.28)

Women’s 200 Breast

The International Olympians have made plenty of heads turn at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Atlanta as the reigning World Champion in the 200 breast, Yulia Efimova of Russia was the favorite in the 200 final on Thursday night. The meet has been quiet with a lot of USA’s amateur swimmers sitting out due to the upcoming NCAA Championships. But plenty of international swimmers have come to the 1996 Olympic pool to make some noise in early March.

Efimova had the lead early but was run down by Canadian Olympian Kierra Smith who won the final at 2:24.04. Smith ran down Efimova with a 36.96 last 50 split. Efimova was second at 2:24.42. China’s Shi Jinglin who won the bronze in Rio in this event was fourth at 2:25.13.

Madisyn Cox (2:25.10), Molly Hannis (2:26.21), Melanie Margalis (2:26.25), Breeja Larson (2:27.41) and Micah Sumrall (2:27.81) also competed in the A-final.

 Event 3  Women 200 LC Meter Breaststroke
=========================================================================
        World: W 2:19.11  8/1/2013  Rikke Moeller Pedersen, DEN
     American: A 2:19.59  8/2/2012  Rebecca Soni, USA Olympic Team
    U.S. Open: O 2:20.38  7/11/2009 Rebecca Soni, Trojan
     Jr World: J 2:19.64  8/30/2015 Viktoria Gunes, Turkey
   GT Pool LC: P 2:21.46  12/1/2011 Rebecca Soni, TROJ
    Name            Age Team              Prelims     Finals  FINA Points
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Kierra Smith     24 HPCenterVictoria  2:26.66    2:24.04   900  
    r:+0.79  33.22      1:10.02 (36.80)
        1:47.08 (37.06)     2:24.04 (36.96)
  2 Yulia Efimova    25 Russia            2:28.73    2:24.42   893  
    r:+0.84  33.09      1:09.67 (36.58)
        1:46.07 (36.40)     2:24.42 (38.35)
  3 Madisyn Cox      22 Longhorn Aquatic  2:27.86    2:25.10   881  
    r:+0.69  33.56      1:10.82 (37.26)
        1:47.85 (37.03)     2:25.10 (37.25)
  4 Jinglin Shi      25 China             2:25.26    2:25.13   880  
    r:+0.74  33.47      1:10.50 (37.03)
        1:47.67 (37.17)     2:25.13 (37.46)
  5 Molly Hannis     25 Tennessee Aqua.   2:27.94    2:26.21   861  
    r:+0.74  33.15      1:10.51 (37.36)
        1:48.05 (37.54)     2:26.21 (38.16)
  6 Melanie Margali  26 Saint Petersburg  2:29.69    2:26.25   860  
    r:+0.67  33.45      1:11.16 (37.71)
        1:48.50 (37.34)     2:26.25 (37.75)
  7 Breeja Larson    25 New York Athleti  2:29.96    2:27.41   840  
    r:+0.73  33.18      1:10.18 (37.00)
        1:48.02 (37.84)     2:27.41 (39.39)
  8 Micah Sumrall    27 Chattahoochee Go  2:28.07    2:27.81   833  
    r:+0.75  33.62      1:11.39 (37.77)
        1:49.92 (38.53)     2:27.81 (37.89)

Men’s 200 Breast

Returning to Atlanta, where he swam four years at Emory, Andrew Wilson won the 200 breast final at the TYR Pro Swim Series with a 2:08.95. He was a little off his 2:08.52 prelim time as he did not swim as aggressively tonight, but it was good enough for the win. Wilson was ahead of Longhorn teammate Will Licon (2:09.47) who finished in second.

Josh Prenot (2:10.43), Chase Kalisz (2:11.06), Nic Fink (2:11.53), Erik Persson (2:12.61), Cody Miller (2:13.04) and Kevin Cordes (2:13.12) also swam in the stacked A-final that included two guys from the Budapest World Championship final, as well as Persson who was 10th.

 Event 4  Men 200 LC Meter Breaststroke
=========================================================================
        World: W 2:06.67  1/29/2017 Ippei Watanabe, JPN
     American: A 2:07.17  6/30/2016 Josh Prenot, Cal Aquatics
    U.S. Open: O 2:07.17  6/30/2016 Josh Prenot, Cal Aquatics
     Jr World: J 2:09.39  7/27/2017 Qin Haiyang, China
   GT Pool LC: P 2:08.52  3/1/2018  Andrew Wilson, Longhorn Aquatic
    Name            Age Team              Prelims     Finals  FINA Points
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Andrew Wilson    24 Longhorn Aquatic  2:08.52    2:08.95J  955  
    r:+0.65  28.94      1:01.82 (32.88)
        1:34.99 (33.17)     2:08.95 (33.96)
  2 Will Licon       23 Longhorn Aquatic  2:11.07    2:09.47   944  
    r:+0.70  29.42      1:02.19 (32.77)
        1:35.44 (33.25)     2:09.47 (34.03)
  3 Josh Prenot      24 California Aquat  2:10.21    2:10.43   923  
    r:+0.71  29.81      1:02.99 (33.18)
        1:36.49 (33.50)     2:10.43 (33.94)
  4 Chase Kalisz     23 ABSC/UGA          2:12.49    2:11.06   910  
    r:+0.73  30.22      1:03.90 (33.68)
        1:37.57 (33.67)     2:11.06 (33.49)
  5 Nic Fink         24 ABSC/UGA          2:13.36    2:11.53   900  
             30.46      1:04.60 (34.14)
        1:38.35 (33.75)     2:11.53 (33.18)
  6 Erik Persson     24 Kungsbacka        2:13.12    2:12.61   878  
    r:+0.72  30.22      1:03.52 (33.30)
        1:37.87 (34.35)     2:12.61 (34.74)
  7 Cody Miller      26 Sandpipers Of Ne  2:13.68    2:13.04   870  
    r:+0.72  30.48      1:04.62 (34.14)
        1:38.95 (34.33)     2:13.04 (34.09)
  8 Kevin Cordes     24 Tiger Elite Raci  2:13.58    2:13.12   868  
    r:+0.72  30.11      1:04.09 (33.98)
        1:38.46 (34.37)     2:13.12 (34.66)

Women’s 100 Free

In a minor upset, Canada’s Taylor Ruck out-touched the World Record holder in the 100 free with a 53.37 to Sjostrom’s 53.43. This is Sjostrom’s second swim of the session as she earlier won the 100 fly with a 56.62.

Ruck is a Stanford commit and Sjostrom is Swimming World’s swimmer of the year. She will be honored March 3 in Fort Lauderdale as she will leave the Atlanta Pro Swim Series early.

Mallory Comerford finished in third at 54.06 as she out-touched Margo Geer (54.20).

Federica Pellegrini (54.26), Lia Neal (54.53), Kayla Sanchez (54.68) and Rebecca Smith (54.98) also swam in the A-final.

 Event 5  Women 100 LC Meter Freestyle
=========================================================================
        World: W 51.71  7/23/2017 Sarah Sjostrom, Sweden
     American: A 52.27  7/28/2017 Simone Manuel, USA
    U.S. Open: O 52.81  6/27/2017 Mallory Comerford, Univ Louisville-
     Jr World: J 52.70  2/11/2016 Penny Oleksiak, CAN
   GT Pool LC: P 53.82  5/4/2017  Simone Manuel
    Name            Age Team              Prelims     Finals  FINA Points
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Taylor Ruck      17 HPC-Ontario         54.36      53.37P  928  
    r:+0.72  25.82        53.37 (27.55)
  2 Sarah Sjostrom   24 Sweden              54.00      53.43P  925  
    r:+0.64  25.66        53.43 (27.77)
  3 Mallory Comerfo  20 Unattached          54.40      54.06   893  
    r:+0.69  26.23        54.06 (27.83)
  4 Margo Geer       25 Mission Viejo Na    54.14      54.20   886  
    r:+0.72  25.85        54.20 (28.35)
  5 Federica Pelleg  29 Italy               54.76      54.26   883  
    r:+0.68  26.28        54.26 (27.98)
  6 Lia Neal         23 Unattached          54.97      54.53   870  
    r:+0.70  26.82        54.53 (27.71)
  7 Kayla Sanchez    16 HPC-Ontario         54.70      54.68   863  
    r:+0.72  26.47        54.68 (28.21)
  8 Rebecca Smith    17 HPC-Ontario         54.74      54.98   848  
    r:+0.78  26.48        54.98 (28.50)

Men’s 100 Free

29-year-old Nathan Adrian posted a 48.58 in the 100 free on Thursday night at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Atlanta. He has been the model of consistency since he won the gold medal in the 100 free in London six years ago in 2012. Adrian is still one of the premiere sprinters in the world and is proving why still.

Adrian finished ahead of internationals Vlad Morozov (49.21) and Yuri Kisil (49.22). Ryan Murphy (49.55), Bruno Fratus (49.59), Guido Buscaglia (49.63), Marcelo Chierighini (49.71) and Shane Ryan (50.02) also competed in the championship final.

 Event 6  Men 100 LC Meter Freestyle
=========================================================================
        World: W 46.91  7/30/2009 Cesar Cielo Filho, BRA
     American: A 47.17  7/27/2017 Caeleb Dressel, USA
    U.S. Open: O 47.58  7/2/2008  Jason Lezak, Rose Bowl
     Jr World: J 47.58  8/10/2016 Kyle Chalmers, Australia
   GT Pool LC: P 48.29  5/13/2016 Nathan Adrian, CAL-PC
    Name            Age Team              Prelims     Finals  FINA Points
=========================================================================
                            === A - Final ===                            
 
  1 Nathan Adrian    29 California Aquat    49.75      48.58   900  
    r:+0.66  23.42        48.58 (25.16)
  2 Vladimir Morozo  25 Trojan Swim Club    49.86      49.21   866  
    r:+0.63  23.45        49.21 (25.76)
  3 Yuri Kisil       22 UBC Thunderbirds    49.96      49.22   865  
    r:+0.74  23.95        49.22 (25.27)
  4 Ryan Murphy      22 California Aquat    49.62      49.55   848  
    r:+0.63  23.76        49.55 (25.79)
  5 Bruno Fratus     28 Coral Springs Sw    49.39      49.59   846  
    r:+0.71  23.36        49.59 (26.23)
  6 Guido Buscaglia  21 Argentina           50.03      49.63   844  
    r:+0.69  24.16        49.63 (25.47)
  7 Marcelo Chierig  27 Tiger Elite Raci    49.67      49.71   840  
    r:+0.67  23.61        49.71 (26.10)
  8 Shane Ryan       24 Tiger Elite Raci    50.07      50.02   824  
    r:+0.70  23.88        50.02 (26.14)

Women’s 800 Free

China’s Wang Jianjiahe added to the list of stellar international swims at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Atlanta with an 8:18.09. She won the race by over 10 seconds ahead of Ashley Twichell (8:29.35) and Hali Flickinger (8:31.03).

Wang is just another of the stellar teenagers that the People’s Republic of China has produced over the years as she joins fellow teen Li Bingjie in the 800 ranks. Wang’s time is one of the quickest we have seen from a 15-year-old in-season.

Kristel Kobrich (8:34.13), Mariah Denigan (8:39.84), Kensey McMahon (8:39.96), Haley Anderson (8:41.02) and Erica Sullivan (8:41.33) also finished in the top eight.

 Event 7  Women 800 LC Meter Freestyle
=========================================================================
        World: W 8:04.79  8/7/2016  Katie Ledecky, USA
     American: A 8:04.79  8/7/2016  Katie Ledecky, USA
    U.S. Open: O 8:06.68  1/17/2016 Katie Ledecky, Nation's Capital
     Jr World: J 8:11.00  8/24/2014 Katie Ledecky, USA
   GT Pool LC: P 8:15.71  5/4/2017  Katie Ledecky
    Name            Age Team                 Seed     Finals  FINA Points
=========================================================================
  1 Jianjiahe Wang   15 China             8:22.50    8:18.09   922  
    r:+0.81  29.23      1:00.63 (31.40)
        1:24.16 (23.53)     2:03.29 (39.13)
        2:24.88 (21.59)     3:06.16 (41.28)
        3:37.64 (31.48)     4:09.35 (31.71)
        4:40.99 (31.64)     5:12.52 (31.53)
        5:43.62 (31.10)     6:15.59 (31.97)
        6:46.32 (30.73)     7:18.26 (31.94)
        7:40.44 (22.18)     8:18.09 (37.65)
  2 Ashley Twichell  28 TAC Titans        8:25.31    8:29.35   862  
    r:+0.87  29.63      1:00.96 (31.33)
        1:32.58 (31.62)     2:04.36 (31.78)
        2:36.32 (31.96)     3:08.46 (32.14)
        3:40.41 (31.95)     4:12.55 (32.14)
        4:44.52 (31.97)     5:16.69 (32.17)
        5:48.81 (32.12)     6:21.10 (32.29)
        6:53.35 (32.25)     7:25.68 (32.33)
      8:29.35 (1:03.67)                    
  3 Hali Flickinger  23 ABSC/UGA          8:40.50    8:31.03   853  
    r:+0.71  30.00      1:01.54 (31.54)
        1:33.51 (31.97)     2:05.27 (31.76)
        2:37.39 (32.12)     3:09.42 (32.03)
        3:41.75 (32.33)     4:13.66 (31.91)
        4:46.14 (32.48)     5:18.36 (32.22)
        5:51.15 (32.79)     6:23.74 (32.59)
        6:56.39 (32.65)     7:28.66 (32.27)
        8:00.49 (31.83)     8:31.03 (30.54)
  4 Kristel Kobrich  32 Chile             8:33.82    8:34.13   838  
    r:+0.86  30.37      1:02.28 (31.91)
        1:34.32 (32.04)     2:06.32 (32.00)
        2:38.41 (32.09)     3:10.49 (32.08)
        3:42.83 (32.34)     4:15.14 (32.31)
        4:47.45 (32.31)     5:19.81 (32.36)
        5:52.22 (32.41)     6:24.64 (32.42)
        6:57.03 (32.39)     7:29.59 (32.56)
        8:02.15 (32.56)     8:34.13 (31.98)
  5 Mariah Denigan   14 Northern KY Clip  8:49.04    8:39.84   811  
    r:+0.84  30.41      1:02.62 (32.21)
        1:35.46 (32.84)     2:08.05 (32.59)
        2:40.87 (32.82)     3:13.63 (32.76)
        3:46.45 (32.82)     4:18.92 (32.47)
        4:51.81 (32.89)     5:24.67 (32.86)
        5:57.57 (32.90)     6:30.37 (32.80)
        7:03.25 (32.88)     7:36.03 (32.78)
        8:08.73 (32.70)     8:39.84 (31.11)
  6 Kensey McMahon   18 Bolles School Sh  8:51.13    8:39.96   810  
    r:+0.75  30.37      1:03.02 (32.65)
        1:35.86 (32.84)     2:09.13 (33.27)
        2:41.83 (32.70)     3:14.88 (33.05)
        3:48.08 (33.20)     4:21.37 (33.29)
        4:54.25 (32.88)     5:27.26 (33.01)
        6:00.13 (32.87)     6:32.67 (32.54)
        7:05.31 (32.64)     7:37.68 (32.37)
        8:09.78 (32.10)     8:39.96 (30.18)
  7 Haley Anderson   26 Trojan Swim Club  8:30.96    8:41.02   805  
    r:+0.93  29.75      1:02.03 (32.28)
        1:25.60 (23.57)     2:06.78 (41.18)
        2:39.22 (32.44)     3:12.15 (32.93)
        3:44.74 (32.59)     4:17.70 (32.96)
        4:50.34 (32.64)     5:23.42 (33.08)
        5:56.42 (33.00)     6:29.79 (33.37)
        7:02.93 (33.14)     7:36.41 (33.48)
        8:09.03 (32.62)     8:41.02 (31.99)
  8 Erica Sullivan   17 Sandpipers Of Ne  8:33.49    8:41.33   804  
    r:+0.69  29.69      1:01.27 (31.58)
        1:33.60 (32.33)     2:05.86 (32.26)
        2:38.60 (32.74)     3:11.29 (32.69)
        3:44.32 (33.03)     4:17.44 (33.12)
        4:50.64 (33.20)     5:24.01 (33.37)
        5:57.42 (33.41)     6:30.33 (32.91)
        7:03.82 (33.49)     7:36.74 (32.92)
        8:09.72 (32.98)     8:41.33 (31.61)

Men’s 800 Free

25-year-old Zane Grothe jokingly posted on Instagram about how he and Clark Smith were the only ones swimming in the 800 free tonight not in high school. Grothe had a serious challenge though from World Junior champion Andrew Abruzzo. Grothe held off the 18-year-old with a 7:53.88 to Abruzzo’s 7:54.51. Abruzzo will be headed to Georgia next year.

They could not catch the pool record of 7:50.28 from 1995 Pan Pacs set by Australia’s Daniel Kowalski. That meet was the first major meet held in the Atlanta pool.

Marwan El Kamash finished in third from an early heat with a 7:59.42.

Jake Magahey (8:03.52), Trey Freeman (8:06.96), Clark Smith (8:07.78), Brennan Gravley (8:14.77) and Christian Bayo (8:17.98) also placed in the top eight.

 Event 8  Men 800 LC Meter Freestyle
=========================================================================
        World: W 7:32.12  7/29/2009 Lin Zhang, CHN
     American: A 7:43.60  7/31/2013 Michael McBroom, USA
    U.S. Open: O 7:46.78  6/29/2013 Connor Jaeger, Univ. Of Michiga
     Jr World: J 7:45.67  8/28/2013 Mack Horton, Australia
   GT Pool LC: P 7:50.28  8/10/1995 Daniel Kowalski, Aus
    Name            Age Team                 Seed     Finals  FINA Points
=========================================================================
  1 Zane Grothe      25 Mission Viejo Na  7:50.97    7:53.88   868  
    r:+0.69  26.92        56.65 (29.73)
        1:26.42 (29.77)     1:56.39 (29.97)
        2:26.23 (29.84)     2:56.14 (29.91)
        3:26.11 (29.97)     3:56.28 (30.17)
        4:26.30 (30.02)     4:56.92 (30.62)
        5:26.83 (29.91)     5:56.92 (30.09)
        6:26.66 (29.74)     6:56.63 (29.97)
        7:25.92 (29.29)     7:53.88 (27.96)
  2 Andrew Abruzzo   18 Plymouth Whitema  7:54.58    7:54.51   865  
    r:+0.82  27.24        56.44 (29.20)
        1:25.85 (29.41)     1:55.49 (29.64)
        2:25.49 (30.00)     2:55.77 (30.28)
        3:25.93 (30.16)     3:56.29 (30.36)
        4:26.49 (30.20)     4:56.94 (30.45)
        5:26.97 (30.03)     5:57.44 (30.47)
        6:27.55 (30.11)     6:57.64 (30.09)
        7:26.99 (29.35)     7:54.51 (27.52)
  3 Marwan Elkamash  24 Una GCU           8:19.42    7:59.42   838  
    r:+0.71  27.01        56.56 (29.55)
        1:26.41 (29.85)     1:56.46 (30.05)
        2:26.44 (29.98)     2:56.55 (30.11)
        3:26.92 (30.37)     3:57.61 (30.69)
        4:28.12 (30.51)     4:58.56 (30.44)
        5:28.87 (30.31)     5:59.56 (30.69)
        6:30.07 (30.51)     7:00.69 (30.62)
        7:30.87 (30.18)     7:59.42 (28.55)
  4 Jake Magahey     16 SwimAtlanta       8:14.44    8:03.52   817  
    r:+0.77  27.53        56.82 (29.29)
        1:26.93 (30.11)     1:57.20 (30.27)
        2:27.75 (30.55)     2:58.12 (30.37)
        3:28.78 (30.66)     3:59.47 (30.69)
        4:30.28 (30.81)     5:00.90 (30.62)
        5:31.82 (30.92)     6:02.18 (30.36)
        6:33.26 (31.08)     7:02.96 (29.70)
        7:33.90 (30.94)     8:03.52 (29.62)
  5 Trey Freeman     17 Baylor Swim Club  8:02.43    8:06.96   800  
    r:+0.71  27.22        57.01 (29.79)
        1:27.65 (30.64)     1:58.49 (30.84)
        2:29.60 (31.11)     3:00.78 (31.18)
        3:31.57 (30.79)     4:02.47 (30.90)
        4:33.71 (31.24)     5:04.57 (30.86)
        5:35.42 (30.85)     6:06.15 (30.73)
        6:37.01 (30.86)     7:07.17 (30.16)
        7:37.81 (30.64)     8:06.96 (29.15)
  6 Clark Smith      22 Longhorn Aquatic  7:50.43    8:07.78   796  
    r:+0.69  26.34        55.22 (28.88)
        1:24.64 (29.42)     1:54.44 (29.80)
        2:24.20 (29.76)     2:54.51 (30.31)
        3:25.33 (30.82)     3:56.93 (31.60)
        4:28.65 (31.72)     5:00.39 (31.74)
        5:32.27 (31.88)     6:03.76 (31.49)
        6:35.29 (31.53)     7:06.65 (31.36)
        7:37.59 (30.94)     8:07.78 (30.19)
  7 Brennan Gravley  17 Sandpipers Of Ne  8:11.72    8:14.77   763  
    r:+0.70  27.96    2:00.22 (1:32.26)
            1:29.14 ( )   3:02.59 (1:33.45)
            2:31.27 ( )   4:05.24 (1:33.97)
            3:33.93 ( )                    
            4:36.68 ( )     5:07.90 (31.22)
        5:39.45 (31.55)     6:10.83 (31.38)
        6:42.37 (31.54)     7:13.96 (31.59)
        7:45.29 (31.33)     8:14.77 (29.48)
  8 Christian Bayo   26 Puerto Rico       8:17.22    8:17.98   748  
    r:+0.78  28.20        58.68 (30.48)
        1:29.31 (30.63)     1:59.97 (30.66)
        2:30.54 (30.57)     3:01.54 (31.00)
        3:32.64 (31.10)     4:04.25 (31.61)
        4:35.52 (31.27)     5:07.34 (31.82)
        5:38.96 (31.62)     6:11.11 (32.15)
        6:42.94 (31.83)     7:15.20 (32.26)
        7:47.06 (31.86)     8:17.98 (30.92)
2 Comments

2 comments

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    JS

    Thank you for covering this meet. But Zane Grothe joked about how HE and whoever faced high school students. Not how HIM and whoever did. Please hire and pay an editor. Swimming World is still an online news source and is considered journalism. I am not meaning to be a troll here.

    • avatar

      Thanks. Lots of meets going on and not a lot of sleep taking place.

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