Annie Lazor on the Strides She Made in 2019: “I Laugh” (Video)


Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


  • PSS Record: 1:05.57, Rebecca Soni (USA), 2011
  • Trials Cut: 1:10.99

Top 3 Finishers:

  1. Annie Lazor (MVN)- 1:06.68
  2. Emily Escobedo (COND)- 1:07.71
  3. Bethany Galat (AGS)- 1:08.08

Pan Ams champion Annie Lazor dominated this race in 1:06.68. Lazor, a short course Worlds champion, was 6 tenths shy of her lifetime best. Behind her, Emily Escobedo used her back-half speed to go from 5th to 2nd in 1:07.71. Bethany Galat, who took silver at last summer’s Pan Ams in the 200 breast behind Lazor, was 3rd here in 1:08.08.

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Sunny Cal
3 years ago

She said when she started her comeback, she was swimming and working everyday & it was grueling. Is she not working a job now??

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