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Live summary of the second day finals

Live summary of the second day finals

US World Championship 2022

Wednesday evening heat sheets

The Day Two Finals session will add a new batch of international qualifiers to Team USA’s roster. Katie Ledecky You’ll be striving for second place, this time in a free 200 race. Lily KingAnd Kate DouglasAnd Annie Lazor He would fight for the right to represent the United States in the 200 boobs, while Phoebe Bacon, Ryan White, and Reagan Smith would do the same in the 200 backs. Claire Kerzan clocked the highest time this morning in the 50th fly, right ahead of American record holder Kelsey Dahlia.

in men’s events, Carson Foster He led the playoffs to the 200 Freestyle final, dropping nearly a second off his previous PB to finish third in the world for the season. His brother Jack Foster had the fastest 200 breasts in the morning; He will face challenges before Charlie Swanson And Nick Fink. Shane Casas will have the middle lane at the 200 but with Jack Aikins and Ryan Murphy on both sides of him. Finally, in the men’s 50 Fly, Michael Andrew qualified first for tonight’s final, but Caeleb Dressel, who will swim at lane 5, should never be disqualified after setting the second fastest time this morning.

Wednesday 27 April

Women’s 200m Freestyle – Finals

  • World record: 1: 52.98 – Federica Pellegrini (2009)
  • US Record: 1:53.61 – Alison Schmidt (2012)
  • US Open Record: 1:54.40 – Alison Schmidt (2012)
  • Junior World Record: 1:55.11 – Molly O’Callaghan (2021)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 1:58.66
  • SwimSwam Preview – W200 is free

Platform:

  1. Katie Ledeckynot attached – 1:55.15
  2. Claire WeinsteinSandpipers of Nevada – 1:57.08
  3. Leah SmithLonghorn Aquatics – 1:57.44
  4. Halle FlickerSun Demons – 1: 57.53
  5. Bella SimsSandpipers of Nevada – 1: 57.61
  6. Alex WalshVirginia – 1:57.82
  7. Erin Gemmell, Capital of the Nation – 1: 58.12.2019
  8. Katie Grimes, Sandpipers of Nevada – 1:58.22

Katie Ledecky Take a wire-to-wire win in the 200 free games to start the Day Two Finals, going 1:55.15 to lead the field along the body.

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Alex Walsh He was in second place in the middle of the road, with Bella Sims just behind. Leah Smith Sims crossed the fifty-third and began to climb on Walsh.

Claire Weinstein, threw her in another gear over the last 50 meters to pass the three of them and ranked second behind Ledecky with 1:57.08, the new personal best and No. 3 performance ever for the 15-16 age group. Smith (1:57.44) held third place, while Halle Flicker He beat Sims for fourth, 1:57.53 to 1:57.61. Alex Walsh She took sixth place with 1: 57.82.

The entire A final came under the FINA ‘A’ standard.

Men’s 200m Freestyle – Finals

  • World record: 1:42.00 – Paul Biedermann (2009)
  • US Record: 1:42.96 – Michael Phelps (2008)
  • US Open Record: 1:44.10 – Michael Phelps (2008)
  • Junior world record: 1:44.62 – Sonu Hwang (2021)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 1:47.06
  • SwimSwam Preview – M200 is free

Platform:

  1. Kieran SmithFlorida – 1:45.25
  2. Drew KeiblerTexas – 1:45.32
  3. Carson FosterTexas – 1:45.66
  4. Trenton Juliannot attached – 1: 46.69
  5. Kobe Carosa, Texas – 1:46.87
  6. Trey Freeman, Florida – 1:46.93
  7. Luke Hobson, TX – 1:47.43
  8. Luca Orlando, DART – 1:47.99

Olympic Bronze Medalist Kieran Smith She won the 200 men’s free-race of the streak 6, after qualifying fourth from the qualifiers. Smith set the world’s fastest time so far this season, winning in 1:45.25.

top classifier Carson Foster He led the field at wall 50, but Smith took the lead at 100 and didn’t stop. Drew Keibler He stayed second throughout the entire race, coming in with .07 from Smith on touch to get close to the event. Kibler’s 1:45.32 is the second time in the world so far.

Foster came in third, a full second ahead Trenton Julian1: 45.66 to 1: 45.69.

Kobe Carosa (1: 46.87 = f Trey Freeman (1:46.93) came in fifth and sixth, both swimming faster than the FINA “A” pieces.

Women’s 200m Breaststroke – Finals

  • World record: 2: 18.95 – Tatiana Schönemaker (2021)
  • US Record: 2:19.59 – Rebecca Sonny (2012)
  • US Open Record: 2:20.38 – Rebecca Sonny (2009)
  • Junior World Record: 2:19.64 – Victoria Jones (2015)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 2:25.91
  • SwimSwam Preview – W200 breast

Platform:

  1. Lily KingIndiana Swimming Club – 2:21.19
  2. Kate DouglasVirginia – 2:21.43
  3. Annie LazorIndiana Swimming Club – 2:21.91
  4. Anna Keating, VA – 2:24.62
  5. Lydia Jacoby, Seward – 2:26.60
  6. Mackenzie Laws, Indiana University – 2:27.60
  7. Ella Nelson, Virginia – 2:29.07
  8. Josie Banitz, Ohio State – 2:29.78

In an exciting race to the finish, Lily King vector Kate Douglas And Annie Lazor To win the 200 Women’s Breasts with 2:21.19. The King came out at a characteristic speed, leading by .9 halfway in 1:07.7. Douglas increased the pressure during the second half of the race and finished just 0.24 behind King with 2:21.43 to become the fourth fastest player in American history (behind only Rebecca Sonny, King and Lazor). Lazor touched down third with 2:21.91, and the trio are now the only sub-team 2:22s in the world so far this year.

2 WL
Jingyao
CHN 2: 22.61 09/24
3 Kotrina
Terivkova
LTU 2: 22.88 02/19
4 Francesca
Fangio
ITA 2: 23.60 10/04
5 Leila
king
United States of America 2: 23.69 01/04

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Men’s 200m Breaststroke – Finals

  • World record: 2: 06.12 – Anton Chubkov (2019)
  • US Record: 2:07.17 – Josh Brinot (2016)
  • US Open Record: 2:07.17 – Josh Brinot (2016)
  • Junior World Record: 2:09.39 – Haiyang Chen (2017)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 2: 10.32
  • SwimSwam Preview – Breast M200

Platform:

  1. Nick FinkMAAC/ Charlie SwansonNova from Virginia – 2: 08.84
  2. Jake Foster, TX – 2:09.73
  3. Will Be, Longhorn Aquatics – 2: 11.03.2020
  4. AJ Pouch, Virginia Tech – 2:11 .14
  5. Josh Matheny, Indiana University – 2:11
  6. Tommy Cobb, Indiana Swimming Club – 2:12.84
  7. Maxwell Reich, Indiana University – 2:15.04
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Women’s 200m Backstroke – Finals

  • World Record: 2:03.35 – Reagan Smith (2019)
  • US Record: 2:03.35 – Reagan Smith (2019)
  • US Open Record: 2:05.68 – Missy Franklin (2013)
  • Junior World Record: 2:03.35 – Reagan Smith (2019)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 2: 11.08
  • SwimSwam Preview – W200 Back

Platform:

  1. Phoebe Bacon, not attached – 2: 05.08.2018
  2. Ryan White, Alabama – 2:05.13
  3. Reagan Smith, not attached – 2:05.65
  4. Isabelle Staden, single – 2:09.69
  5. Riley Tiltman, VA – 2:10.15
  6. Kennedy Noble, Phoenix Swimming Club – 2: 10.53
  7. Natalie Manion, Commonwealth – 2:10.81
  8. Joe Joe Ramy, Firestone Akron – 2:10.92
2 vibe
bacon
United States of America 2: 06.78 04/27
3 Reagan
Smith
United States of America 2: 07.09.2018 12/04
4 CLEAR
Karzan
United States of America 2: 07.31 04/03
5 Kaylee
Diamonds
Could you 2: 07.66 09/04

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Men’s 200m Backstroke – Finals

  • World record: 1: 51.92 – Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • US Record: 1:51.92 – Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • US Open Record: 1:53.08 – Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • Junior World Record: 1:55.14 – Kliment Kolesnikov (2017)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 1:58.07
  • SwimSwam Preview – M200 Back

Platform:

Women’s 50m Butterfly – Finals

  • World record: 24.43 – Sarah Sejstrom (2014)
  • US Record: 25.48 – Kelsey Dahlia (2017)
  • US Open Record: 25.46 – Rikaku Ikei (2017)
  • Junior World Record: 25.46 – Rikako Iki (2017)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 26.32

Platform:

Men’s 50m Butterfly – Finals

  • World record: 22.27 – Andrey Govorov (2018)
  • US Record: 22.35 – Caeleb Dressel (2019)
  • US Open record: 22.91 – Brian Lundquist (2009)
  • Junior World Record: 23.05 – Andrei Minakov (2020)
  • FINA “A” Cut: 23.63

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