Jacob Pebley Dabbles in Freestyle with 200 Free National Title

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Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

Jacob Pebley, last year’s World Champs bronze medalist in the 200 back, gave the 200 free a shot at Winter Nationals, and he ended up pulling out a victory with a lifetime-best time of 1:49.33. Pebley led wire-to-wire and held off a quick last 50 from Gator’s Mitch D’Arrigo, who settled for second in 1:49.63.

Canada’s Carson Olafson took third in 1:49.84, while New Jersey teenager Dare Rose, representing Scarlet, put up an impressive time of 1:50.45 to take fourth.

Dynamo’s Kevin Litherland took fifth in 1:51.08, while brother Jay took seventh in 1:52.12 after winning the 400 IM earlier in the night. Jonathan Rutter took sixth (1:51.26), and Destin Lasco was eighth (1:52.81).

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3 years ago

Congratulations

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Ребята, если кто сможет вышлите мне американскую программу обучения плаванию ребёнка в 7-8 лет… Обучаю пока сам, но понимаю что американская школа плавания лучшая в мире… Благодарю