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Live summary of the first day finals

Live summary of the first day finals

US World Championship 2022

Tuesday night heat paper

The first members of Team USA will book tickets to the 2022 World Championships and Junior Pan-Pak Championship during tonight’s Finals session in Greensboro.

It will be a crowded field seeking to represent the United States in the 200-fly race, b Halle FlickerAnd Charlotte HawkeAnd Emma StecklenAnd Reagan SmithAnd Olivia Carter All sub posts 2:10s are in the playoffs this morning. by men, Trenton Julian He is in a position to earn his first place on a US senior LCM team after posting the 3,200th flying time in the world so far this year (1:54.34) in the Preliminaries. Olympians Zach Harting And Chase Kalish Julian will challenge.

The Free 100 Final will determine not only the qualifiers in individual races, but also the formation of the 400 Free Relays. Natalie Hinds He was the only swimmer under 54 seconds this morning (53.77), while Claire KrzanAnd Tori HuskyAnd Mallory CommerfordAnd der Wetzel They all qualified for the final in 54.2 seconds. Caleb Dressel led the playoffs in the men’s race with 48.12 points. Ryan HeldAnd Drew KeiblerAnd brooks curry They were all under the age of 48.4.

Olympic champions Katie Ledecky (8: 11.83) and Bobby Fink (14:39.65) would occupy the middle lanes in the timed finals of the 800 and 1500 freestyle races respectively. Olympians Katie Grimes And Leah Smith It is the second fastest seed in the 800, while Charlie Clark And Will Galant Lead the rest of the field in 1500.

The race begins at 6:00 p.m. ET.

Tuesday 26 April

Women’s 200m Butterfly – Finals

  • World Record: 2:01.81 – Ziggy Liu (2009)
  • US Record: 2:04.14 – Mary DeSenza (2009)
  • Opening Record: 2:05.85 – Haley Fleckinger (2021)
  • Junior World Record: 2:06.29 – Suzuka Hasegawa (2017)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 2:09.21
  • SwimSwam Preview – W200 fly
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Platform:

  1. Haley Fleckinger, Sun Devils – 2: 06.35
  2. Reagan Smith, not attached – 2: 07.93
  3. Charlotte Hawk, TAC Titans – 2: 08.80
  4. Emma Sticklin, TX – 2: 08.88
  5. Olivia Carter, Michigan – 2: 08.90
  6. Lindsay Looney, Unattached – 2: 08.99
  7. Rachel Klinker, single – 2:10.15
  8. Amanda Ray, FL – 2:10.70

In a repeat of the result in last summer’s Olympic Team Trials, Halle Flicker And Reagan Smith He finished in the top two, both of which would likely earn berths in the World Championships. Flickinger led the way from the start, leading to all four walls. She was awake at body length about halfway, and while Smith looked like she might be moving in the third fifties, Flickinger was all the way. She split 1:00.17-1:06.18 to win in 2:06.35, the third fastest time in the world so far this year.

2 Chang
fulfills
CHN 2: 05.84 09/23
3 Kina
Hayashi
JPN 2: 06.41 04/03
4 Halley
flash
United States of America 2: 06.67 03/03
5 cho
Jiaming
CHN 2: 07.24 09/23

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Men’s 200m Butterfly – Finals

  • World record: 1: 50.73 – Christoph Milak (2019)
  • US Record: 1:51.51 – Michael Phelps (2009)
  • S. Open Record: 1:52.20 – Michael Phelps (2008)
  • Junior World Record: 1:53.79 – Christoph Milak (2017)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 1:56.71
  • SwimSwam Preview – M200 fly

Platform:

  1. Luca Orlando, DART – 1:54.10
  2. Trenton Julian, not attached – 1:54.22
  3. Zach Harting, Cardinals – 1:55. 09
  4. Chase Kalish, Athena Bulldog Swimming Club – 1:56.03
  5. Nicholas Albeiro, Louisville – 1:56.27
  6. Gabriel Jett – Offline – 1:56.58
  7. Alexander Colson, not attached – 1:56.98
  8. Jess Crawford, FL – 1:57.09

Luca Orlando Snatch a seemingly assured victory away from Trenton Julian At the last 15 metres, he beat him 1:54.10 to 1:54.22. Julian was coming out really fast, leading the field with 25.1-53.5 in the 50 and 100 walls. He led by 1:22.9 at 150 and came home with a body length race. Orlando went home with a time of 30.28 on the fourth 50, beating Julian by 0.96 (31.24), and took the win by .12.

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2020 Olympic Zach Harting, who won this event in Trials with 1:55.06, came third in 1:55.09.

2 Kristof
milak
here 1: 53.88 04/21
3 Trenton
Julian
United States of America 1: 54.34 04/26
4 Daiki
Tanaka
JPN 1: 54.55 10/08
5 JUNER
chin
CHN 1:54.61 09/22

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Women’s 100m Freestyle – Finals

  • World record: 51.71 – Sarah Sjostrom (2017)
  • US Record: 52.04 – Simone Manuel (2019)
  • S. Open Record: 52.54 – Simone Manuel (2018)
  • Junior World Record: 52.70 – Benny Oleksiak (2016)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 54.25
  • SwimSwam Preview – W100 is free

Platform:

  1. Torrey Husky, not included – 53.35
  2. Claire Krazan, TAC Titans – 53.58
  3. Erica Brown, TN Aquatics – 53.59
  4. Natalie Hinds – Unattached – 53.65
  5. Kate Douglas, Virginia – 53.99
  6. Mallory Commerford, Cardinal Aquatics – 54.09.2019
  7. Abby Wetzel, Cal – 54.41
  8. Olivia Smoliga, Sun Devils – 54.55

It’s a changing of the guard in the Women’s 100 Freestyle, with Tori Husky And Claire Kerzan beats veterans at the top of the list.

Cal der Wetzel, who won that event in last summer’s Trials, came out first in the 50’s, 25.34 ahead of Huske and Curzan. Husky went home with a time of 27.58, passing Weitzl in the mid-50s, to win with a time of 53.35 seconds. Last summer, she was 10th in the semi-finals with 54.18. Karzan, who was 12th in the Trials last year (54.39), put her hand on the wall 1/100 ahead of Tennessee Erica BrownAnd last summer’s summer.

Men’s 100m Freestyle – Finals

  • World record: 46.91 – Cesar Cielo Filho (2009)
  • US Record: 46.96 – Caeleb Dressel (2019)
  • Open Record: 47.39 – Ryan Heald / Caleb Dressel (2019)
  • Junior world record: 47.57 – Andrei Minakov (2020)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 48.77
  • SwimSwam Preview – M100 is free

Platform:

  1. Caleb Dressel, Gator Swimming Club – 47.79.79
  2. Brooks Curry, Tiger Aquatics – 48.04
  3. Ryan Heald, New York Athletic Club – 48.18
  4. (Tie) Drew Keibler, TX / Hunter Armstrong, OH – 48.25
  5. Justin Reese, Mission Viejo – 48.38
  6. Kieran Smith, Florida – 48.51
  7. Zack Apple, ISC – 48.52
1 Alessandro
Mercy
ITA 47.88 11/04
3 Raphael
Miroslav
gear 47.92 09/04
4 Maxim
Grost
FR 48.03 07/04
5 Thomas
dean
GBR 48.06 07/04

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Women’s 800m freestyle – fastest heats up

  • World record: 8: 04.79 – Katie Ledecky (2016)
  • US Record: 8:04.79 – Katie Ledecky (2016)
  • S. Open Record: 8:06.68 – Katie Ledecky (2016)
  • Junior World Record: 8:11.00 – Katie Ledecky (2014)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 8:37.90
  • SwimSwam Preview – W800 is free

Platform:

16 years Jillian Cox Longhorn Aquatics slipped 8.3 seconds off her PB to win the pre-warmed 800 free with 8:33.83, the 23rd fastest time ever in the 15-16 age group. Michaela Matisse, 17, of Sarasota Sharks improved on her best time, swimming in March, finishing second with 8:35.88. University of Florida Taylor Matthew It was three in the afternoon, recording 8:36.85.

Men’s 1500m freestyle – fastest heat

  • World record: 14: 31.02 – Yang Sun (2012)
  • US Record: 14:39.48 – Conor Jaeger (2016)
  • S. The Open Record: 14: 45.54 – Peter Vanderkay (2008)
  • Junior World Record: 14:46.09 – Franco Grycic (2019)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 15: 04.64
  • SwimSwam Preview – M1500 FREE

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