2015 U.S. Nationals: Day Two Race Videos – Including Phelps’ 200 Fly

2015 U.S. National Championships

Watch the action from the U.S National Championships in San Antonio, Texas. Below, you will find all the “A” and “B” finals from Day Two, including the women’s 100 back, 200 free, and 400 free relay, and the men’s 200 free, 100 back, and 200 fly.

Women’s 100 Meter Backstroke – A Final – Claire Adams

Women’s 100 Meter Backstroke – B Final – Ally Howe

Men’s 200 Meter Freestyle – A Final – Maxime Rooney

Men’s 200 Meter Freestyle – B Final – Ieuan Lloyd

Men’s 100 Meter Backstroke – A Final – Junya Koga

Men’s 100 Meter Backstroke – B Final – Jake Taylor

Women’s 200 Meter Freestyle – A Final – Allison Schmitt

Women’s 200 Meter Freestyle – B Final – Megan Romano

Men’s 200 Meter Butterfly – A Final – Michael Phelps

Men’s 200 Meter Butterfly – B Final – Zach Harting

Women’s 4×100 Meter Freestyle Relay – A (Heat 2/2)

Women’s 4×100 Meter Freestyle Relay – B (Heat 1/2)

You can watch all the race videos on USA Swimming’s YouTube Channel here.

 

 

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KD

Am I the only one more impressed by the US through two days of Nationals than the entire meet (thus far) at Worlds?

Lane Four

Not at all. I am with you 100%.

Wahooswimfan

This was a strange year for the US swimming – with the trials for the worlds team being held the year before (thus leaving out improving youth and veterans who had por years last year), and Phelps being suspended, the best US swimmers in 2015 ended up being split among the Pan Am games, the World University games, the Worlds, and the US nationals. Come 2016, with trails just before the games, all US talent will be united and we will see true US strength. But the rest of the world has also gotten very good, so the 2016 Games will be exciting.

Rio a GoGo

Well said….our best swimmers united in Omaha and then Rio! It will be very exciting and I hope all USA swimmers at every level are inspired to do their best. Fun!

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