2016 Arena Pro Swim Series – Charlotte: Day 4 Race Videos

2016 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES – CHARLOTTE

Below are race videos from day 3 finals at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Charlotte, courtesy of USA Swimming. We have featured the A and B finals, but to watch all videos go to USA Swimming’s youtube page here.  

Women’s 800 Freestyle

  1. Leah Smith, Unattached, 8:27.79
  2. Ashley Twichell, Unattached-Mission Veijo, 8:30.45
  3. Lindsay Vrooman, Badger, 8:32.94

Women’s 200 IM

  1. Caitlin Leverenz, Cal, 2:12.72
  2. Karlee Bispo, Unattached, 2:13.96
  3. Siobhan Haughey, Club Wolverine, 2:14.60

Men’s 200 IM

  1. Ryan Lochte, SwimMAC, 1:58.97
  2. Conor Dwyer, Trojan, 2:00.90
  3. Norbert Szabo, Unattached, 2:01.56

Women’s 200 Back

  1. Dominique Bouchard, Swimming Canada, 2:09.14
  2. Erin Voss, Unattached, 2:10.37
  3. Clara Smiddy, Michigan, 2:11.22

Men’s 200 Back

  1. Arkady Vyatchanin, NYAC, 1:59.09
  2. Tyler Clary, SwimMAC, 1:59.25
  3. Carter Griffin, Missouri, 1:59.86

Women’s 50 Breast

  1. Lilly King, Indiana, 30.35
  2. Katie Meili, SwimMAC, 30.42
  3. Alia Atkinson, South Florida Aquatic Club, 30.77

Men’s 50 Breast

  1. Cody Miller, Badger, 27.53
  2. Jason Block, Swimming Canada, 27.64
  3. Nic Eriksson, Queens, 27.96

Women’s 100 Free

  1. Penny Oleksiak, Swimming Canada, 53.41
  2. Chantal Van Landeghem, Swimming Canada, 54.13
  3. Dana Vollmer, Cal, 54.19

Men’s 100 Free

  1. Santo Condorelli, Swimming Canada, 48.41
  2. Jimmy Feigen, NYAC, 49.56
  3. Yuri Kisil, Swimming Canada, 49.60

Men’s 1500 Free

  1. Connor Jaeger, Club Wolverine, 14:59.13
  2. Zane Grothe, Badger, 15:13.29
  3. Ricardo David Vargas, Mexico, 15:14.18

Among the highlights of the final night in Charlotte were Americans Caitlin Leverenz and Ryan Lochte sweeping the 200 IM, Leah Smith and Connor Jaeger winning the distance freestyle events and Lilly King and Cody Miller each taking the 50 breast. On the international side Serbian Arkady Vyatchanin won the 200 back, while Canadians Dominique Bouchard (200 back), Penny Oleksiak (100 free) and Santo Condorelli (100 free) each picked up a win of their own.

Read the full day four finals live recap here.

 

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About James Sutherland

James Sutherland

James formerly competed for the Laurentian Voyageurs in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in February of 2018, placing 11th at the OUA Championships in the 200 IM, and graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics in May. He …

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