2016 Arena Pro Swim Series – Charlotte: Day 2 Race Videos

2016 ARENA PRO SWIM SERIES – CHARLOTTE

Below are race videos from day 2 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.  

Note: B final videos of the women’s 100 breast and men’s 100 fly have not been uploaded as of Saturday morning.

Women’s 200 Freestyle

  1. Leah Smith, Virginia, 1:57.26
  2. Taylor Ruck, Canada, 1:58.84
  3. Siobhan Haughey, Michigan, 1:58.90

Men’s 200 Freestyle

  1. Conor Dwyer, Trojan, 1:46.68
  2. Zane Grothe, Badger Swim Club, 1:48.22
  3. Anders Lie Nielsen, Michigan, 1:49.18

Women’s 100 Breaststroke

  1. Lilly King, Indiana, 1:05.73
  2. Katie Meili, SwimMAC, 1:06.54
  3. Alia Atkinson, Jamaica/SOFL, 1:07.81

Men’s 100 Breaststroke

  1. Cody Miller, Badger Swim Club, 1:00.66
  2. Miguel De Lara Ojda, Mexico, 1:00.99
  3. Youssef El Kamash, Grand Canyon University, 1:01.39

Women’s 50 Backstroke

  1. Ali Deloof, Michigan, 28.03
  2. Kylie Masse, Canada, 28.11
  3. Kirsty Coventry, Zimbabwe/SwimMAC, 28.24

Men’s 50 Backstroke

  1. Bryce Bohman, Unattached-West Virginia, 25.60
  2. Paul Le, Missouri State, 25.75
  3. Bob Glover, Indiana, 25.84

Women’s 100 Butterfly

  1. Dana Vollmer, California Aquatics, 57.23
  2. Penny Oleksiak, Canada, 58.25
  3. Kelsi Worrell, Louisville, 58.37

Men’s 100 Butterfly

  1. Santo Condorelli, Canada, 52.53
  2. Tim Phillips, SwimMAC, 52.83
  3. Matthew Josa, SwimMAC, 53.43

Women’s 400 IM

  1. Cammile Adams, SwimMAC, 4:38.97
  2. Rose Bi, Club Wolverine, 4:46.55
  3. Lindsey Clary, Ohio State, 4:46.75

Men’s 400 IM

  1. Ryan Lochte, SwimMAC, 4:16.92
  2. Tom Peribhono, Ecuador, 4:18.92
  3. Michael Weiss, Wisconsin, 4:21.81

Note: Despite being labelled as the Women’s 400 IM A final, this is the men’s A and B finals.

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About James Sutherland

James Sutherland

James swam five years at Laurentian University in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in 2018, graduating with a bachelor's degree in economics. In 2019 he completed his graduate degree in sports journalism. Prior to going to Laurentian, James swam …

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