Day three of Futures in College Park, Maryland featured five events and several young finalists.
In the Women’s 200 fly, Solo Aquatics’ Bryanna Cameron posted the top time of 2:14.55. Cameron was followed by Makayla Sargent of Victor Swim Club (2:16.37) and Rockville Montgomery’s Madison Waechter (2:17.57). Sixteen year old Hugh Robey claimed the men’s event in 2:04.09 for Nation’s Capital. He was followed by Michael Strycher of Quest Swimming (2:05.24). River Wright, 15, went a 2:05.27 for a personal best and close third place finish.
The top three finishes for the 50 free on the men’s and women’s sides were separated by tenths of a second. Kathryn Ford finished first for women in :26.24. Fourteen year-olds Olivia Livingston and Christiana Regenauer followed at :26.49 and :26.71 respectively. Three teenagers claimed the men’s 50. Mason Gonzalez posted a :23.42; he was closely followed by Scott Remeyn (:23.57) and Cason Wilburn (:23.79).
Delaware’s Jack Portmann dominated the men’s 200 breast with a 2:20.98. Benjamin Skopic (2:23.45) and Charles Palsho (2:23.59) touched several body lengths after Portmann. The women’s 200 breast results have not been finalized.
The women’s 100 back came down to the touch. Kathryn Ford clocked a 1:03.73, Maggie Miller was second with a 1:03.94, and Eireni Moshos claimed third in 1:03.95. The results for the men’s 100 back have not been finalized.
The final race of the night was the 400 free. The top three men swam 4:00s. Fifteen year-old Ivan Puskovitch was first to the wall in 4:00.23. Puskovitch was closely followed by Joshua Wroblewski and Parker Neri. Wroblewski out touched Neri in 4:00.23. Neri was thinrd in 4:00.91. For the women, Makayla Sargent took first in 4:18.88. Two Nation’s Capital 15-year-olds, Sinead Eksteen and Claire Nguyen, battled for runner up. Eksteen finished second in 4:20.18 and Nguyen placed third in 4:20.49.
Full results available on Meet Mobile.