USMS Nationals Day 4: Holly Green Breaks Two Records

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The U.S. Masters Swimming (USMS) Summer National Championships continued from Sarasota, Florida with several records set.

The meet runs through Aug. 6 at the Selby Aquatic Center in Sarasota.

Here are the records from Day 4 of Summer Nationals.

  • Elizabeth De Herder, Palmetto Masters: women’s 65-69 50 breaststroke (41.79, USMS record)
  • Jane Oberg, Colorado Masters Swimming: women’s 85-89 200 IM (4:36.36, USMS record)
  • Holly Green, Swamp Water Aquatics Gainesville: women’s 60-64 50 freestyle (28.84, World Aquatics world Masters record and USMS record)
  • Holly Green, Swamp Water Aquatics Gainesville: women’s 60-64 50 backstroke (33.38, World Aquatics world Masters record and USMS record)
  • North Carolina Masters Swimming: mixed 200-239 200 medley relay (1:57.86, World Aquatics world Masters record and USMS record)
  • Richard Burns, Tamalpais Aquatic Masters: men’s 80-84 50 freestyle (31.86, US MS record)
  • Swim Fort Lauderdale: men’s 280-319 200 freestyle relay (1:53.43, World Aquatics world Masters record and USMS record)
  • Club 1693: men’s 100-119 200 freestyle relay (1:34.09, USMS record)
  • North Carolina Masters Swimming: women’s 200-219 200 freestyle relay (1:54.10, World Aquatics world Masters record and US MS record)

Swimmers in individual events will be awarded points for first through tenth places as 11-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, respectively. Relays will be awarded double points for first through tenth places as 22-18-16-14-12-10-8-6-4-2, respectively.

Club scoring will be tabulated in two categories (regional clubs and local clubs) and three divisions (men, women, and combined). Mixed relays score points only in the combined division.

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William Robinson
William Robinson
6 months ago

Go swim ft Lauderdale…right on Marty and team!!

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