Speedo Performance of The Week: Abbey Weitzeil – Video


PHOENIX – This is the Performance of the week for Tuesday December 15th, 2014 presented by Speedo Fit. This week’s chosen performer has created quite the buzz throughout the swimming world with a blistering performance in the 100 Yard Freestyle.

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Abbey Weitzeil, the high school senior from Canyon Aquatics, lead off the 400 freestyle relay for her team at the Winter Junior National Championships in Federal Way, Washington. By the time she hit the pad, Weitzeil had posted a new American record and crushed the other lead-off swimmers with a time of 46.29. Her time beat out Simone Manuel’s mark by 3 tenths of second. Abbey Weitzeil is the third swimmer in history to set the 100 free American record from a relay lead off and she is the first swimmer to set an American record at the Junior Nationals Championships! Abbey has committed to the University of California next year and she is sure to make a big splash for the Cal Bears. Abbey Weitzeil, congratulations on being our Speedo Performance of the Week.

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