2016 Olympic Trials ‘Guess the Times’ Contest: Night 2 Results


Night 2 Best Predictors :

1. SwimCoachSean – 3.797%
2. thezwimmer – 3.962%
3. bladam – 4.239%
4. ashford – 4.275%
5. RUN-DMC – 4.506%

Overall Current Leaders:

1. usausausa – 8.427%
2. Michael Andrew Wilson – 9.035%
3. RUN-DMC – 4.555%
4. thezwimmer – 9.610%
5. SonnySwim – 9.631%

While the top two on the overall leaderboard remain unchanged (usausausa and Michael Andrew Wilson), SwimCoachSean and thezwimmer moved up the ranks big time following their impressive night two picks.


Day 2 stats/notes:

  • A number of swims really caught our entrants by surprise tonight:
    • 91 of 93 readers predicted second place in the women’s 100 fly would be faster than Dana Vollmer’s final time of 57.21
    • All 93 readers predicted third place in the women’s 100 fly would be faster than Kendyl Stewart’s 58.22
    • 89 of 93 readers predicted second place in the women’s 400 free would be slower than Leah Smith’s crazy-fast 4:00.65
    • 88 of 93 readers predicted third place in the women’s 400 free would be faster than Cierra Runge’s 4:07.04
  • Special shout out to RUN-DMC and Aquaticus Porter, who both nailed Katie Ledecky’s 400 free time down to the hundredth

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Hey, that’s me!!!


I didn’t think I’d be anywhere near the leaderboard with my horrid day one predictions


Next time learn or burn: check for typos:)
Shockingly Cody Miller did not smash the WR by 18 seconds to take 2nd

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