2019 U.S. National Championships: Day 2 Race Videos

2019 U.S. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Day 2 of the 2019 U.S. National Championships included finals of the 200 freestyle, 200 breaststroke, 200 backstroke, and women’s 4 x 100 freestyle relay.

WOMEN’S 200 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Record: Federica Pellegrini (Italy), 1:52.98, 2009
  • American Record: Allison Schmitt, 1:53.61, 2012
  • Championship Record: Allison Schmitt (United States), 1:54.40, 2012
  • U.S. Open Record: Allison Schmitt (United States), 1:54.40, 2012
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 2:01.69

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Allison Schmitt (SUN), 1:56.97
  2. SILVER: Paige Madden (CMSA), 1:57.84
  3. BRONZE: Brooke Forde (ALTO), 1:57.98

MEN’S 200 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Record: Paul Biedermann (Germany), 1:42.00, 2009
  • American Record: Michael Phelps, 1:42.96, 2009
  • Championship Record: Michael Phelps (United States), 1:44.10, 2008
  • U.S. Open Record: Michael Phelps (United States), 1:44.10, 2008
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 1:50.79

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Elijah Winnington (AUS), 1:46.19
  2. SILVER: Kieran Smith (RAC), 1:46.25
  3. BRONZE: Dean Farris (HARV), 1:46.45

WOMEN’S 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Rikke Pedersen (Denmark), 2:19.11, 2013
  • American Record: Rebecca Soni, 2:19.59, 2012
  • Championship Record: Rebecca Soni (United States), 2:20.38, 2009
  • U.S. Open Record: Rebecca Soni (United States), 2:20.38, 2009
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 2:33.29

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Madisyn Cox (TXLA), 2:23.84
  2. SILVER: Abby Arens (MOR), 2:25.80
  3. BRONZE: Jenna Strauch (VICN), 2:26.05

MEN’S 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Anton Chupkov (Russia), 2:06.12, 2019
  • American Record: Josh Prenot, 2:07.17, 2016
  • Championship Record: Josh Prenot (United States), 2:07.17, 2016
  • U.S. Open Record: Josh Prenot (United States), 2:07.17, 2016
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 2:17.89

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Reece Whitley (CAL), 2:09.69
  2. SILVER: Daniel Roy (ALTO), 2:10.01
  3. BRONZE: Joshua Matheny (PEAQ), 2:11.02

WOMEN’S 200 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Regan Smith (United States), 2019, 2:03.35
  • World Junior Record: Regan Smith (United States), 2019, 2:03.35
  • Championship Record: Missy Franklin (United States), 2:05.68, 2013
  • U.S. Open Record: Missy Franklin, 2:05.68 (United States), 2013
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 2:14.69

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Asia Seidt (KYA), 2:08.90
  2. (TIE) SILVER: Emma Seiberlich (CAV), 2:10.86
  3. (TIE) SILVER: Erin Voss (ALTO), 2:10.86

MEN’S 200 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Record: Aaron Peirsol (United States), 1:51.92, 2009
  • American Record: Aaron Peirsol, 1:51.92, 2009
  • Championship Record: Aaron Peirsol (United States), 1:53.08, 2009
  • U.S. Open Record: Aaron Peirsol (United States), 1:53.08, 2009
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 2:02.99

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Austin Katz (TXLA), 1:55.72
  2. SILVER: Shaine Casas (AGS), 1:55.79
  3. BRONZE: Clark Beach (QSTS), 1:57.14

WOMEN’S 4×100 FREESTYLE RELAY – FINAL

  • World Record: Australia, 2018, 3:30.05
  • American Record: USA, 2019, 3:31.02
  • U.S. Open Record: USA, 2010, 3:35.11

TOP 3

  1. GOLD: Victoria (New South Wales), 3:41.43
  2. SILVER: Tennessee Aquatics, 3:42.29
  3. BRONZE: Wisconsin Aquatics, 3:44.15

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Powerhorse23

Allison Schmitt swam that one in a TYR suit. No more sponsored by MP?

dmswim

I think she wore an Arena for the 100 free as well. I don’t recall ever seeing an announcement that she was sponsored by MP, but she had been wearing it consistently since her Adidas sponsorship ended.

FVSTOVEREVERYTHING

Mens 200 Breaststroke fastforward to 6:20 did Reece take a Fly Kick into the finish to win? DQ?

Brown

Yes 99% sure he did. No DQ though

JDSwim3

No doubt about it from underwater, but above water can’t see it.

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