2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships East: Day 2 Race Videos

2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships – East

Below are videos of all the championship final races from Day Two of the 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships East in Columbus, Ohio. The B and C finals, as well as all other videos, can be found on USA Swimming’s YouTube channel.

Event 5 Women 500 Yard Freestyle

  1. Morgan Tankersley 17 Greater Tampa 4:38.13
  2. Madison Homovich 16 Marlins of Raleigh 4:40.90
  3. Erica Laning 17 Tennessee Aquatics 4:46.16
  4. Madelyn Donohoe 15 The Fish 4:46.51
  5. Christin Rockway 16 Tampa Bay Aquatics 4:46.80
  6. Ana Pozder 16 TAC Titans 4:46.88
  7. Molly Kowal 18 Ohio State University 4:47.60
  8. Lindsay Stone 17 PACK Swim Team 4:47.81

Event 6 Men 500 Yard Freestyle

  1. Drew Kibler 16 Carmel Swim Club 4:15.36
  2. Robert Freeman 16 Baylor Swim Club 4:16.99
  3. Jake Sannem 17 Upper Dublin 4:19.34
  4. Christopher Smith 18 Red Bank YMCA 4:21.91
  5. *Johannes Calloni 16 Scarlet Aquatics 4:22.51
  6. Kieran Smith 16 Ridgefield Aquatics 4:22.67
  7. Justin Grender 16 Cincinnati Marlins 4:24.45
  8. Joshua Wroblewski 17 Charter Oak 4:28.14

Event 7 Women 200 Yard IM

  1. Alex Walsh 15 Nashville Aquatic Club 1:54.48
  2. Brooke Forde 17 Lakeside Swim Team 1:55.55
  3. Isabel Ivey 16 Gator Swim Club 1:57.19
  4. Kelly Pash 15 Carmel Swim Club 1:58.30
  5. Caroline Hauder 17 SwimMAC Carolina 1:58.41
  6. Samantha Burchill 17 Carmel Swim Club 1:58.45
  7. Allison Raab 16 Nashville Aquatic Club 1:58.67
  8. Julia Poole 17 Marlins of Raleigh 1:59.15

Event 8 Men 200 Yard IM

  1. Reece Whitley 16 Penn Charter 1:43.93
  2. Nicolas Albiero 17 Cardinal Aquatics 1:45.63
  3. Ariel Spektor 17 Bolles School Sharks 1:46.57
  4. Connor Doyle 18 Eastern Express 1:47.82
  5. Carson Foster 15 Mason Manta Rays 1:47.88
  6. Jacob Foster 16 Mason Manta Rays 1:48.28
  7. Miguel Cancel 17 Gulliver Swim Club 1:48.55
  8. John Fulginiti 18 Blue Dolfins 1:48.70

Event 9 Women 50 Yard Freestyle

  1. Kate Douglass 15 Westchester Aquatic Club 22.04
  2. Isabel Ivey 16 Gator Swim Club- 22.44
  3. Grace Countie 17 Marlins of Raleigh 22.54
  4. Talia Bates 15 Gator Swim Club 22.64
  5. Morgan Tankersley 17 Greater Tampa 22.70
  6. Miranda Donley 17 Ohio State Swim 22.80
  7. Kaitlyn Schorr 17 Southwest Stars 22.81
  8. — Alexandra Walsh 15 Nashville Aquatic Club DQ

Event 10 Men 50 Yard Freestyle

  1. Drew Kibler 16 Carmel Swim Club 19.70
  2. Jack Franzman 17 Zionsville Swim 19.81
  3. Willie Davis 16 Bolles School Sharks 19.92
  4. Issac Davis 16 Bolles School Sharks 19.93
  5. John Walker 15 SwimMAC Carolina 20.10
  6. William Chan 16 SwimMAC Carolina 20.44
  7. Matthew Yish 16 SOLO Aquatics 20.48
  8. Justin Grender 16 Cincinnati Marlins 20.61

Event 11 Women 4×100 Yard Medley Relay

  1. Nashville Aquatic Club 3:38.11
  2. SwimMAC Carolina ‘A’ 3:39.21
  3. Gator Swim Club 3:39.71
  4. SwimAtlanta 3:39.92
  5. SwimMAC Carolina ‘B’ 3:40.03
  6. Carmel Swim Club 3:40.18
  7. Cardinal Aquatics 3:41.31
  8. Marlins of Raleigh 3:42.52

Event 12 Men 4×100 Yard Medley Relay

  1. Bolles School Sharks 3:13.90
  2. Zionsville Swim 3:17.79
  3. Carmel Swim Club 3:18.80
  4. Dynamo Swim Club 3:19.65
  5. Memphis Thunder 3:19.73
  6. Cincinnati Marlins 3:19.90
  7. Upper Dublin Aquatic Club 3:20.00
  8. SwimAtlanta 3:20.82

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Alex Walsh 2020 in backstrokes and 200 Im.

Alex in breast and 200 IM…R. Smith gonna be mondo tough world-backstroker as a late adolescent. The way she progresses? That beautifully efficient stroke, both relaxed and controlled? It’s like watching a female Peirsol. First woman to :57…two years before Tokyo? I wouldn’t bet against it! Alex of course could be right with her, but better? It’ll be an exciting rivalry for many years.

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Anne Lepesant is the mother of four daughters, all of whom swim/swam in college. With an undergraduate degree from Princeton (where she was an all-Ivy tennis player) and an MBA from INSEAD, she worked for many years in the financial industry, both in France and the U.S. Anne is currently …

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