2019 U.S. National Championships: Day 1 Race Videos

2019 US NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

WOMEN’S 200 BUTTERFLY – FINAL

  • World Record: Liu Zige (China), 2009, 2:01.81
  • World Junior Record: Suzuka Hasegawa (Japan), 2017, 2:06.29
  • U.S. Open Record: Hali Flickinger (USA), 2018, 2:05.07
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 2:14.59

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Regan Smith (RIPT), 2:07.26
  2. SILVER: Lillie Nordmann (MAC), 2:07.43
  3. BRONZE: Dakota Luther (ABSC), 2:07.76

B-Final Winner: Charlotte Hook (TAC), 2:07.87

MEN’S 200 BUTTERFLY – FINAL

  • World Record: Kristof Milak (Hungary), 2019, 1:50.73
  • World Junior Record: Kristof Milak (Hungary), 2017, 1:53.79
  • U.S. Open Record: Michael Phelps (USA), 2008, 1:52.20
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 2:01.19

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Luca Urlando (DART), 1:54.92
  2. SILVER: Miles Smachlo (MICH), 1:55.94
  3. BRONZE: Nicolas Albiero (UOFL), 1:56.05

B-Final Winner: Jack Dahlgren (UMIZ), 1:57.51

WOMEN’S 100 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Record: Sarah Sjostrom (Sweden), 2017, 51.71
  • World Junior Record: Penny Oleksiak (Canada), 2016, 52.70
  • U.S. Open Record: Simone Manuel (USA), 2018, 52.54
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 56.29

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Abbey Weitzeil (CAL), 53.18
  2. (TIE) SILVER: Erika Brown (TNAQ), 54.13
  3. (TIE) SILVER: Gretchen Walsh (NAC), 54.13

B-Final Winner: Aly Tetzloff (WDE), 54.61

MEN’S 100 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Record: Cesar Cielo (Brazil), 2009, 46.91
  • World Junior Record: Kyle Chalmers, 2016, 47.58
  • U.S. Open Record: Ryan Held, 2019, 47.43
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 50.49

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Ryan Held (NYAC), 47.39
  2. SILVER: Maxime Rooney (PLS), 47.61
  3. BRONZE: Tate Jackson (UN), 47.88

B-Final Winner: Lewis Burras (GAME), 48.58

WOMEN’S 800 FREESTYLE – TIMED FINAL

  • World Record: Katie Ledecky (USA), 2016, 8:04.79
  • World Junior Record: Katie Ledecky (USA), 2014, 8:11.00
  • U.S. Open Record: Katie Ledecky (USA), 2016, 8:06.68
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 8:48.09

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Ally McHugh (WA), 8:26.04
  2. SILVER: Sierra Schmidt (MICH), 8:27.13
  3. BRONZE: Ashley Twichell (TAC), 8:27.36

MEN’S 1500 FREESTYLE – TIMED FINAL

  • World Record: Sun Yang (China), 2012, 14:31.02
  • World Junior Record: Mack Horton (Australia), 2014, 14:51.55
  • U.S. Open Record: Peter Vanderkaay (USA), 2008, 14:45.54
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 15:44.89

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Robert Finke (SPA), 14:51.15
  2. SILVER: Zane Grothe (BCH), 14:56.10
  3. BRONZE: Michael Brinegar (MVN), 15:00.82

MEN’S 4×100 FREESTYLE RELAY – TIMED FINAL

  • World Record: USA (Phelps, Weber-Gale, Jones, Lezak), 2008, 3:08.24
  • World Junior Record: Australia (Percy, Leong, Blake, Horton), 2013, 3:16.96
  • U.S. Open Record: USA (Phelps, Lochte, Lezak, Adrian), 2010, 3:11.74

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Ohio State, 3:18.44
  2. SILVER: Australia, 3:18.57
  3. BRONZE: Aggie Swim Club, 3:19.48

Heat 3 Winner: Michigan Lakeshore Aquatics, 3:19.73

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Dave
3 years ago

Is Drabot healthy?

Heyitsme
Reply to  Dave
3 years ago

Bruh she just swam at worlds….

Dave
3 years ago

What happened to Drabot on the final 50mm?
Drabot was in front of just behind Smith at the 150mm, then she faded badly???

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