U.S. Nationals: Vic-NSW Out Touches the Competition in the Women’s 4x100m Freestyle

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Women’s 4×100 Free Relay 

The relays in heat two of three in the women’s 4x100m freestyle relay were on fire, taking the top 6 places.

Taking the lead on the first 50 Vic-NSW with swimmers, Kotuku Ngawati, Elyse Woods, Julia Hawkins, and Kayla Costa claimed the gold with a time of 3:41.43, roughly 11 seconds off of the Australian’s World Record set in 2018 at the Commonwealth Games.

Coming in a close second was Tennessee Aquatics with swimmers, Trude Rothrock, Erika Brown, Bailey Grinter, and Alex Gebel with a time ofPhoto Courtesy: Connor Trimble 3:42.29. Brown held the fastest split of the evening with a time of 53.79.

Taking home the bronze was Wisconsin Aquatics with swimmers, Lillie Hosack, Beata Nelson, Alana Palmer, and Doty Megan with a time of 3:44.15.

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