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2016 USA Swimming Trials Day 5

Schedule of Events USA Swimming Trials day5:

  • Men’s 200 Breast FINAL
  • Women’s 100 Free Semi-Final
  • Men’s 200 Back Semi-Final
  • Women’s 200 Fly FINAL
  • Men’s 100 Free FINAL
  • Women’s 200 Breast Semi-Final
  • Men’s 200 IM Semi-Final

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USA Swimming Trials Day 6 heat sheet

In 1st semi of the two hundred IM Michael Phelps went into the first wall with a lead and then simply built on it. He was ready to cruise into the finish and won the first semi in 1:57.61, the third best in the world this year. World record holder Ryan Lochte then stepped up into the second semi. He place up the fastest time of the morning and so led his heat into the first turn as well. Lochte finished nearly a second ahead of Phelps, posting a 1:56.71, the second best time in the world this year, bumping Phelps to fourth.
Fellow NBAC swimmer David Nolan swam on Phelps’ heels with a 1:58.16 for the third seed overall.

Gunnar Bentz swam a 1:59.38 for fourth. Abrahm Devine (1:59.43) took fifth in USA Swimming Trials 2016.

Michael Andrew tied the Junior world record with a 1:59.44. He now shares the mark with Bentz who swam the mark in August 2013 when he was still eligible.

After already securing his spot in the four hundred IM, Jay Litherland (1:59.53) took seventh.

Andrew Seliskar snuck into the final in 1:59.86.

Austin Surhoff (1:59.89) was the last swimmer under 2 minutes in ninth.

Kyle Whitaker (2:00.57),

Michael Weiss (2:01.39),

max Williamson (2:01.77),

Adam Hinshaw (2:01.81),

Christian McCurdy (2:02.28),

Nick Thorne (2:02.44),

Brandon Fiala (2:03.71) completed the final in USA Swimming Trials.

 

 

  • Men’s 200 Breast FINAL

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  • Women’s 100 Free Semi-Final

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  • Men’s 200 Back Semi-Final

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  • Women’s 200 Fly FINAL

US olympic Trials

  • Men’s 100 Free FINAL

US olympic Trials

  • Women’s 200 Breast Semi-Final

US olympic Trials

  • Men’s 200 IM Semi-Final

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