May 23, 2022

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Day Two Prelims Live Recap

Day Two Prelims Live Recap

Experiences of the US World Championship 2022

Wednesday morning heat paper

After an exciting final session last night, the top US swimmers are back in the pool again this morning in Greensboro for day two competition. On the schedule this morning are the 200 freestyle, 200 breaststroke, 200 backstroke, and 50 fly primaries.

Fresh from her scintillating performance in 800 free games last night, Katie Ledecky It returns as the #1 ranked in 200 free games. Her Training Partner in Florida Kieran Smith He comes first in the men’s 200 for free. Indiana pro Lily King She is the number one seed in the Women’s Breast 200, but will be challenged by her training partner Annie Lazor And 100 Olympic breaststroke champions Lydia Jacobi. Nick Fink Holds the first seed in the men’s breast 200, a full second ahead of the Texas professional woe to be.

After making the world team’s 200-fly race last night, Stanford Reagan Smith It’s back in the 200 defense, but it’s third behind Wisconsin Vibe Bacon and Alabama Ryan White. Cal Pro Ryan Murphy She is the top seed in the 200 men’s race, falling by about two full seconds.

After winning 100 free games last night, Stanford Tori Husky She comes first in the Fly 50, ahead of her future teammate Claire Krzan. Caleb Dresselthe US record holder, comes in first in the men’s 50 fly.

200 women free

  • World record: Federica Pellegrini (ITA): 1:52.98 (2009)
  • US Record: Alison Schmidt: 1:53.61 (2012)
  • US Open Record: Alison Schmidt: 1:54.40 (2012)
  • Junior World Record: Molly O’Callaghan (Australia): 1:55.11 (2021)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Katie Ledecky (not included): 1:56.20
  2. Claire Weinstein (Sand): 1:57.71
  3. Alex Walsh (UVA): 1:57.89
  4. Erin Gemmell (NCAP): 1:57.93
  5. Leah Smith (TXLA): 1:57.96
  6. Haley Fleckinger (The Sun): 1:58.31
  7. Bella Sims (Sand): 1:58.39
  8. Katie Grimes (Sand): 1:58.67

Katie Ledecky He took care of the business this morning, taking the finalist win in 1:56.20, a second and a half from the field.

The Sandpipers of Nevada made a big comeback this morning, putting three high school students into the Final A of 200 for free. Claire Weinstein, who joined the Sandpipers after the Tokyo Olympics, slipped from her life best high of 1:57.71 to put the 15-year-old into the second qualifier. Her teammates Bella Sims and Katie Grimes, who competed in Tokyo for the United States last summer, finished seventh and eighth, respectively.

High school fourth grader, Erin Gemmell, also qualified for the final with a fourth place finish with a time of 1:57.93.

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UVA sophomore Alex Walsh, who came up with the yardage seed, lost a longtime best to qualify for third with a time of 1:57.89.

Second seed Paige Madden, who trains at the University of Virginia, added nearly two-and-a-half seconds off her seed and completely missed the A final, finishing in ninth.

200 men free

  • World record: Paul Biedermann (Germany): 1:42.00 (2009)
  • US record: Michael Phelps: 1:42.96 (2008)
  • US Open Record: Michael Phelps (USA): 1:44.10 (2008)
  • Junior World Record: Sunwoo Hwang (KOR): 1:44.62 (2021)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Carson Foster (TX): 1:45.57
  2. Drew Kepler (TEX): 1:46.25
  3. Trenton Julian (offline): 1:46.76
  4. Kieran Smith (Flor): 1:46.78
  5. Kobe Carosa (TX): 1:46.86
  6. Luke Hobson (TX): 1:46.92
  7. Trey Freeman (Flor): 1:46.98
  8. Luca Orlando (DART): 1:47.37

Texas sophomore Carson Foster achieved a new life best performance of 1:45.57 to knock the top seed out of the competition by three-quarters of a second. Qualifying in second place behind him was teammate Drew Keibler, who finished the race with a time of 1:46.25. Overall, Texas had four swimmers qualified for the final, with Kobe Carusa and Luke Hobson placing fifth and sixth, respectively.

Trenton Julian, a freshman starting the team in the 200-flys, lost a new life-best level of 1:46.76 to qualify for third, while the top seed was Kieran Smith He looked like he was sailing in the morning and qualified for fourth place with a time of 1:46.78.

200 women’s breasts

  • World record: Tatiana Schoenmaker (RSA): 2:18.95 (2021)
  • US Record: Rebecca Sonny: 2:19.59 (2012)
  • US Open Record: Rebecca Sonny (USA): 2:20.38 (2009)
  • Junior World Record: Viktoria Gunes (TUR): 2:19.64 (2015)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Lily King (ISC): 2:24.02.2020
  2. Kate Douglas (UVA): 2:24.40
  3. Annie Lazor (ISC): 2:24.48
  4. Anna Keating (UVA): 2:25.20
  5. Ella Nelson (UVA): 2:29.10
  6. Josie Banitz (OSU): 2:29.13
  7. Lydia Jacobi (STSC): 2:29.28
  8. Mackenzie Luz (IU): 2:29.78

Top seed Lily King dominated the final heat, winning by over five seconds to top the seed with a time of 2:24.02. Her fellow Olympic and IU training partner Annie Lazor He qualified third in 2:24.48.

Virginia Kate Douglas, the NCAA champ in the event, qualified by dominating the early playoffs with 2:24.40 after coming in with a yardage seed. Two of her Virginia teammates, Anna Keating and Ella Nelson, qualified for the A.N.

100 Olympic breaststroke champions Lydia Jacobi From Seward Tsunami qualified 7 in 2:29.28.

200 breasts for men

  • World Record: Anton Chubkov (Russia): 2:06.12 (2019)
  • US Record: Josh Brinott: 2:07.17 (2016)
  • US Open Record: Josh Brinott (USA): 2:07.17 (2016)
  • Junior World Record: Haiyang Qin (CHN): 2:09.39 (2017)
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Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Jake Foster (TX): 2:09.79
  2. Charlie Swanson (Nova): 2:10.07
  3. Nick Fink (MAAC): 2: 10.25
  4. AJ Kiss (VT): 2:11.42
  5. Tommy Cobb (ISC): 2:11.43
  6. woe to be (TXLA): 2:11.50
  7. Maxwell Reich (IU): 2:12.88
  8. Josh Matheny (IU): 2:14.41

Jack Foster Jr of Texas swam the best of his life in the 200 breaststroke to take the first seed to the finals as the only man in the field under 2:10. Charlie Swanson, who trains as a pro in Texas, was the second qualifier with a time of 2:10.07. Texans got the third swimmer in the final with the pros woe to be 6. Qualification

Nick Finkthe top seed to train at Georgia Institute of Technology, qualified for third with a time of 2:10.25 seconds, two and a half seconds off the seed.

Indiana also had three swimmers made it to the final, with Tommy Cobb, Maxwell Reich and Josh Matheny finishing fifth, seventh and eighth, respectively.

200 women’s back

  • world record: Reagan Smith (USA): 2:03.35 (2019)
  • American record: Reagan Smith: 2: 03.35 (2019)
  • US Open Record: Macy Franklin (USA): 2:05.68 (2013)
  • Junior World Record: Reagan Smith (USA): 2:03.35 (2019)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Vibe Bacon (not included): 2: 06.78
  2. Ryan White (Alabama): 2:08.11
  3. Reagan Smith (not included): 2: 08.74
  4. Riley Tiltman (UVA): 2:10.07
  5. Isaballe Stadden (not included): 2: 10.57
  6. Natalie Manion (CS): 2:10.88
  7. Jo Jo Ramy (fast): 2:11.29
  8. Kate Grimes (Sand): 2:11.31

This morning’s preliminary competition looks to be preparing for an exciting final in the women’s 200 backstroke, as all three of the top three qualifiers competed in Tokyo last summer for the United States.

Wisconsin Vibe Bacon She was seeded #1 with 2:06.78, well off her seed. top seed Ryan White from Alabama qualified for second place with a time of 2:08.11, while he was a freshman at Stanford University and a world record holder Reagan Smith She qualified to win her playoffs to qualify for third place with a time of 2: 08.74.

Virginia’s Riley Tiltman had a strong swim, losing 2.7 seconds to qualify for fourth place with a time of 2:10.07. The Sandpipers’ Katie Grimes qualified for the A Finals for the second time of the day with a 8th place finish with a score of 2:11.31, the best new level of her life.

200 men’s back

  • World Record: Aaron Peirsol (USA): 1:51.92 (2009)
  • US Record: Aaron Peirsol: 1:51.92 (2009)
  • US Open Record: Aaron Peirsol (USA): 1:53.08 (2009)
  • Junior world record: Kliment Kolesnikov (Russia): 1:55.14 (2017)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Shane Casas (offline): 1:55.57
  2. Jack Aikins (UVA): 1:56.84
  3. Ryan Murphy (cal): 1:57.46
  4. Hunter Tap (NCS): 1:57.60
  5. Destin Lakko (not included): 1: 58.02
  6. Keaton Jones (NEB): 1:58.30
  7. Sam Stewart (offline): 1:58.83
  8. Josh Zochowski (fast): 1:58.94
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Texas professional Shane Casas scored a world best this year to qualify for the first time in the 200th with a new life best level of 1:55.57. UVA’s Jack Aikins also scored a new lifetime best performance of 1:56.84 to qualify for second place.

Cal Veteran Ryan Murphy, who came in first, dominated the final heat to finish third with a time of 1:57.46. His training partner, Cal undergrad Destin Lasco, qualified for fifth.

A pair of high school students, Keaton Jones and Stanford are committed to Josh Zuchowski, who is also a Final A-qualifier with the best of life.

50 women fly

  • World record: Sarah Sjostrom (Switzerland): 24.43
  • US record: Kelsey Dahlia: 25.48 (2017)
  • US Open record: Rikako Iki (Japan): 25.46
  • Junior world record: Rikako Iki (Japan): 25.46

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Claire Krzan (tak): 25.60
  2. Kelsey Dahlia (Card): 25.65
  3. Sarah Thompson (UMIZ): 25.91
  4. Tori Husky (not included) / Gretchen Walsh (UVA): 25.98
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  6. Natalie Hinds (offline): 26.07.2019
  7. Beata Nelson (Washington): 26.69
  8. Gabi Albiero (UOFL): 26.73

Claire Krzan He finished first with a time of 25.60 points, directly ahead of American record holder Kelsey Dahlia, who won the finals with a time of 25.65 seconds. Sarah Thompson of Mizzou qualified third with a time of 25.91.

Put up 200 for free earlier in the session, ranked number one Tori Husky He tied for fourth place with Gretchen Walsh of UVA with a time of 25.98.

fly 50 men

  • World record: Andrey Govorov (UK): 22.27 (2018)
  • American record: Caleb Dressel: 22.35 (2019)
  • US Open Record: Bryan Lundquist (USA): 22.91 (2009)
  • Junior World Record: Andrei Minakov (Russia): 05.23.2020

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Michael Andrew (Masa): 09.23.2019
  2. Caleb Dressel (GSC): 23.16
  3. Maxime Rooney (PLS): 23.65
  4. Zach Harting (card): 23.66.00
  5. Dalton Lowe (UOFL): 23.74
  6. Coleman Stewart (wolf): 23.89
  7. Elia Kharon (Sand): May 24, 2020
  8. Carl Blubaum (Rice): 24.18

Michael Andrew got the top seed in the Fly 50, winning his showdown on 23.09. He finished the match ahead of the top seed Caleb Dresselwho won the finalists on 23.16.

Louisville had a pair of swimmers in the final, with pro Zach Harting qualifying in fourth and under-class Dalton Lowe in fifth.

A pair of high school students also qualified for the final, with Sandpipers’ Elijah Kharon finishing seventh and Mason Manta Rays’ Karl Bleibom finishing eighth.