2020 U.S. Open – Combined Results Saturday AM

2020 U.S. Open Swimming Championships

Session Four – Saturday, November 14

The final session of timed finals at the 2020 U.S. Open Swimming Championships featured the women’s and men’s 1500m free, 200m back, 100m free, 200m breast, and 200m fly. Below are the top 8 performers from the 9 locations combined, along with links to the complete Saturday morning results at each site.

Women’s 1500m Freestyle – Timed Finals

  • American record: 15:20.48 5/17/2018 Katie Ledecky
  • U.S. Open record: 15:20.48 5/17/2018 Katie Ledecky
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 15:35.98 12/7/2019 Katie G Ledecky
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 16:49.19

Top 8 combined:

  1. Erica Sullivan, SAND – 16:04.37
  2. Ashley Twichell, TAC – 16:18.11
  3. Ally McHugh, WA – 16:30.40
  4. Paige Madden, UVA – 16:36.84
  5. Kensey McMahon, ALA – 16:38.41
  6. Abby Dunford, SAND – 16:39.54
  7. Caroline Pennington, TAC – 16:41.49
  8. Paige McKenna, NCAP – 16:42.15

Women’s 200m Backstroke – Timed Finals

  • American record: 2:03.35 7/26/2019 Regan Smith
  • U.S. Open record: 2:05.68 6/25/2013 Missy Franklin
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 2:08.42 7/30/2008 Hayley McGregory
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 2:14.69

Top 8 combined:

  1. Phoebe Bacon, UN – 2:09.16
  2. Katharine Berkoff, NCS – 2:10.12
  3. Kathleen Baker, TE – 2:11.38
  4. Regan Smith, RIPT – 2:11.74
  5. Summer Smith, ABF – 2:12.95
  6. Alex Walsh, UVA – 2:13.18
  7. Ryenne Ulett, DYNA – 2:13.41
  8. Josephine Ramey, FAST – 2:13.70

Women’s 100m Freestyle – Timed Finals

  • American record: 52.04 7/26/2019 Simone Manuel
  • U.S. Open record: 52.54 7/25/2018 Simone Manuel
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 53.42 12/7/2019 Erika Brown
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 56.29

Top 8 combined:

  1. Torri Huske, AAC – 54.04
  2. Gretchen Walsh, NAC – 54.37
  3. Claire Curzan, TAC – 54.93
  4. Mallory Comerford, CARD – 55.21
  5. Kate Douglass, UVA – 55.24
  6. Farida Osman, PRVT – 55.49
  7. Sarah Shackelford, VT – 55.85
  8. Micayla Cronk, BD – 55.97

Women’s 200m Breaststroke – Timed Finals

  • American record: 2:19.59 8/2/2012 Rebecca Soni
  • U.S. Open record: 2:20.38 7/7/2009 Rebecca Soni
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 2:22.00 12/7/2019 Emily Escobedo
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 2:33.29

Top 8 combined:

  1. Madisyn Cox, TXLA – 2:27.55
  2. Isa Odgers, NOVA – 2:28.69
  3. Anna Keating, UVA – 2:29.38
  4. Margaret Nelson, UVA – 2:29.64
  5. Micah Sumrall, GAME – 2:30.03
  6. Laura Morley, ISC – 2:30.37
  7. Noelle Peplowski, ISC – 2:30.52
  8. Aislyn Barnett, ACES / Rachel Bernhardt, GAME – 2:31.35 (tie)

Women’s 200m Butterfly – Timed Finals

  • American record: 2:04.14 7/30/2009 Mary Descenza
  • U.S. Open record: 2:05.87 7/25/2018 Hali Flickinger
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 2:07.20 12/4/1999 Susan O’Neill
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 2:14.59

Top 8 combined:

  1. Regan Smith, RIPT – 2:08.61
  2. Olivia Carter, UNAT – 2:10.52
  3. Charlotte Hook, TAC – 2:10.90
  4. Katie Crom, MVN – 2:12.94
  5. Abigail Harter, UVA – 2:13.02
  6. Grace Sheble, NOVA – 2:13.47
  7. Victoria Huske, AAC – 2:14.03
  8. Alena Kraus, UL – 2:14.17

Men’s 1500m Freestyle – Timed Finals

  • American record: 14:39.48 8/13/2016 Connor Jaeger
  • U.S. Open record: 14:45.54 7/6/2008 Peter Vanderkaay
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 14:55.46 8/2/2017 Damien Joly
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 15:44.89

Top 8 combined:

  1. Bobby Finke, FLOR – 15:09.14
  2. Will Gallant, MVN – 15:18.39
  3. Jack Collins, UNAT – 15:22.05
  4. Jordan Wilimovsky, KSWM – 15:30.38
  5. Connor Hunt, RAC – 15:32.66
  6. Michael Brinegar, MVN – 15:34.62
  7. Liam Custer, SYS – 15:35.69
  8. Daniel Matheson, SAC – 15:35.76

Men’s 200m Backstroke – Timed Finals

  • American record: 1:51.92 7/31/2009 Aaron Peirsol
  • U.S. Open record: 1:53.08 7/11/2009 Aaron Peirsol
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 1:54.59 8/5/2009 Nick Thoman
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 2:02.99

Top 8 combined:

  1. William Grant, VS – 1:59.52
  2. Clark Beach, FLOR – 2:00.21
  3. Wyatt Davis, UNAT – 2:00.30
  4. Braeden Haughey, TAC – 2:00.38
  5. Nick Simons, LOSC – 2:00.45
  6. Brandon Miller, NCAC – 2:00.80
  7. Cade Oliver, FRST – 2:00.81
  8. Ziyad Saleem, SSTY – 2:01.30

Men’s 100m Freestyle – Timed Finals

  • American record: 46.96 7/25/2019 Caeleb Dressel
  • U.S. Open record: 47.39 7/31/2019 Ryan Held
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 47.69 12/7/2019 Zach Apple
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 50.49

Top 8 combined:

  1. Andrej Barna, CARD – 48.75
  2. Ryan Held, NYAC – 49.00
  3. Santo Condorelli, TDPS – 49.39
  4. Grant House, SUN – 49.47
  5. Sam Hoover, NCAC – 49.71
  6. Jorge Iga, FORD – 49.86
  7. Jan Friese, FLOR – 49.91
  8. Kieran Smith, FLOR – 49.93

Men’s 200m Breaststroke – Timed Finals

  • American record: 2:07.17 6/30/2016 Josh Prenot
  • U.S. Open record: 2:07.17 6/30/2016 Josh Prenot
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 2:09.67 12/7/2019 Cody Miller
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 2:17.89

Top 8 combined:

  1. Andrew Wilson, ABSC – 2:09.83
  2. Cody Miller, SAND – 2:10.22
  3. Brandon Fischer, LAC – 2:13.60
  4. Maxwell Reich, ISC – 2:14.33
  5. Caspar Corbeau, TEX – 2:14.37
  6. Jorge Murillo, TAC – 2:14.92
  7. Miguel Chavez, TE – 2:15.05
  8. AJ Pouch, VT – 2:15.27

Men’s 200m Butterfly

  • American record: 1:51.51 7/29/2009 Michael Phelps
  • U.S. Open record: 1:52.20 7/2/2008 Michael Phelps
  • U.S. Open Meet record: 1:55.60 12/7/2019 Luca Urlando
  • U.S. Olympic Trials cut: 2:01.19

Top 8 combined:

  1. Zach Harting, CARD – 1:57.82
  2. Matthew Fenlon, BAD – 1:58.41
  3. Antani Ivanov, VT / Miles Smachlo, CW – 1:58.51 (tie)
  4. Zachary Brown, NCSU – 1:58.81
  5. Zheng Wen Quah, CAL – 1:59.16
  6. Carson Foster, TEX – 1:59.26
  7. Landon Gentry, NCAP – 2:00.10
Location Thursday PM Results Friday AM Results Friday PM Results Saturday AM Results
Beaverton, OR M/W Beaverton – Session 1 M/W Beaverton – Session 2 M/W Beaverton – Session 3 M/W Beaverton – Session 4
Des Moines, IA M/W Des Moines – Session 1 M/W Des Moines – Session 2 M/W Des Moines – Session 3 M/W Des Moines – Session 4
Greensboro, NC M/W Greensboro – Session 1 M/W Greensboro – Session 2 M/W Greensboro – Session 3 M/W Greensboro – Session 4
Huntsville, AL M/W Huntsville – Session 1 M/W Huntsville – Session 2 M/W Huntsville – Session 3 M/W Huntsville – Session 4
Indianapolis, IN M/W Indy – Session 1 M/W Indy – Session 2 M/W Indy – Session 3 M/W Indy – Session 4
Irvine, CA M/W Irvine – Session 1 M/W Irvine – Session 2 M/W Irvine – Session 3 M/W Irvine – Session 4
Richmond, VA M/W Richmond – Session 1 M/W Richmond – Session 2 M/W Richmond – Session 3 M/W Richmond – Session 4
San Antonio, TX M/W San Antonio – Session 1 M/W San Antonio – Session 2 M/W San Antonio – Session 3 M/W San Antonio – Session 4
Sarasota, FL M/W Sarasota – Session 1 M/W Sarasota – Session 2 M/W Sarasota – Session 3 M/W Sarasota – Session 4

 

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The Importer AND Exporter
16 days ago

NBC sports is great at making swimming the worst sport to watch on TV – they could have done some awesome NFL Red Zone type bounce across the country but instead we got lots of shots of the empty pool in Greensboro.

Corn Pop
Reply to  The Importer AND Exporter
16 days ago

That pool is 2020’s Field of Dreams .

Ghost
15 days ago

So why no Stanford pros here or isL? Maybe racing isn’t really that important, like others think!?!?
Why was Chase a no show in 4im and 2breast and 2fly? He didn’t swim 4im LC once in 2020….after failing to make finals in 2019 in 4im! It looks like he is “afraid” of it!

Mediocre Swammer
Reply to  Ghost
15 days ago

I wasn’t really listening, but I think they (Elizabeth Beisel and whomever) said on the coverage of the 400 IM that Chase went home with flu symptoms. They said he got a negative covid test but is sick.

HeadTimer
Reply to  Ghost
15 days ago

Yes, he was there and swam the 200IM, but left after he got sick. It was the responsible thing to do…. also the 400 IM would be hell if you didn’t feel well.

Swimfan
15 days ago

Thank you USA Swimming for the meet! We were in Irvine and it was awesome to be able to see our kid swim live -of course through the fence but he got to swim. Got a chance to get his cuts and do what he loves.