Torri Huske Follows NAG Record With Dominant Win in 200 Free at PVS Champs

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Torri Huske Follows NAG Record With Dominant Win in 200 Free at PVS Champs

Coming off a National Age Group (NAG) record in the 100-yard butterfly the previous night, Stanford recruit Torri Huske collected another victory on Friday at the Potomac Valley Short Course Championship Series. The win was the latest in a lengthy stretch of strong performances from the Olympic hopeful.

Racing in the 200 freestyle, Huske posted a triumphant time of 1:44.00 to beat Katherine Helms (1:46.18) and Erin Gemmell (1:46.63). Huske’s time would have placed fifth at the NCAA Championships, which are being held in Greensboro, North Carolina. Huske split 50.16 for the opening 100 yards and closed in 53.84.

Prior to impressing at the Potomac Valley Champs, Huske set a pair of national high school records at the Virginia 6A Championships. In addition to break the scholastic standard in the 100 butterfly, Huske set a high school mark in the 200 individual medley. Her recent run has to have Huske feeling good en route to the United States Olympic Trials in June.

In other action, Nation’s Capital Swim Club took the first seven places in the women’s 400 individual medley, with the victory going to Sophie Duncan in 4:09.80. The men’s race went to Sam O’Brien in 3:53.59.