Jordan Wilimovsky Cranks Out 1500 Title at Winter Nationals

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Jordan Wilimovsky showed his dominance in the 1500 final on Saturday night at the US Winter Nationals in Greensboro by pulling away from the field and winning the race at 15:05.96. Wilimovsky won the final by almost 10 full seconds with 2018 NCAA Champion Anton Ipsen (15:15.32) coming in second.

Wilimovsky won his second title of the weekend after starting the meet with a gold in the 800. Wilimovsky has showed he basically does not get tired when swimming these long distance races as he has showed consistency time and time again with his swims.

Brennan Gravley of Sandpipers finished in third place with a 15:38.36, well back from the top two guys. He has committed to swim at the University of Florida.

Gordon Mason (15:42.76), Ross Dant (15:43.09), Lleyton Plattel (15:44.94), Joseph Gutierrez (15:47.28) and Sawyer Grimes (15:52.27) also placed in the top eight.

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