Race Video: Caitlin Leverenz wins 200 IM and the keys to a new BMW

  1 Gold Medal Mel Stewart | June 22nd, 2014 | Featured, International, News, US Grand Prix, Video

2014 Arena Grand Prix at Santa Clara

Women’s 200 IM – FINALS

Caitlin Leverenz knew she had to win her last race to take home the keys to her brand new BMW for the next year. She dove in on a mission and won the women’s 200 IM with a time of 2:12.61. Erika Seltenreich-Hodgson was second at 2:13.79. Theresa Michalek was third with a 2:14.03 and Karlee Bispo was fourth at 2:14.92.

Simone Manuel won the B-final with a 2:16.49.

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  1. John Sampson says:
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    Katie Hoff went 2:12.0 at a meet in Florida over the weekend. It will be a great battle between Leverenz/Hoff/Dirado for the top IMer at the end of the summer. Dark horses: Li/Pelton/Margalis/Franklin(?)

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