Atlanta Classic Day 1 Finals: Race Videos

2016 Atlanta Classic – Day 1 – Finals

WOMEN’S 200 FREE A FINAL

  1. Katie Ledecky, Nation’s Capitol, 1:54.82
  2. Simone Manuel, Stanford, 1:57.90
  3. Shannon Vreeland, Athens Bulldogs, 1:58.88

MEN’S 200 FREE A FINAL

  1. Jay Litherland, Dynamo, 1:49.41
  2. Gunnar Bentz, Athens Bulldogs, 1:50.11
  3. Sebastien Rousseau, Gator Swim Club, 1:50.80

WOMEN’S 100 BREAST A FINAL

  1. Melanie Margalis, Saint Petersburg Aquatics, 1:07.48
  2. Molly Hannis, Tennessee Aquatics, 1:07.86
  3. Breeja Larson, New York Aquatic Club, 1:08.46

MEN’S 100 BREAST A FINAL

  1. Andrew Wilson, Longhorn Aquatics, 1:02.06
  2. Reece Whitley, Penn Charter Academy, 1:02.17
  3. Chuck Katis, Cal, 1:02.53

WOMEN’S 100 FLY A FINAL

  1. Felicia Lee, Stanford, 59.57
  2. Hali Flickinger, Athens Bulldogs, 1:00.09
  3. Lauren Case, Chattahoochee Gold, 1:00.22

MEN’S 100 FLY A FINAL

  1. Joseph Schooling, Unattached, 51.86
  2. Tom Shields, Cal, 52.02
  3. Jack Conger, Unattached, 53.33

WOMEN’S 400 IM A FINAL

  1. Elizabeth Beisel, Bluefish, 4:33.55
  2. Maya Dirado, Stanford, 4:36.98
  3. Katie Ledecky, Nation’s Capitol, 4:37.93

MEN’S 400 IM A FINAL

  1. Jay Litherland, Dynamo, 4:14.66
  2. Josh Prenot, Cal, 4:14.81
  3. Marton Barta, Swim Atlanta, 4:19.47

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PKWater
4 years ago

Prenot died. I am very curious to see how he swims that race tapered, he and Kalisz are my favorites to make the team. I also think they will both be in the finals in Rio.

Lane Four
4 years ago

All I can say is THANK YOU for posting the races.

bobo gigi
4 years ago

Big thanks for the race videos. Especially the women’s 400 IM. So happy to see Beisel back at her very best.

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Stephen Parsons

Stephen's swimming journey has taken him all across the Southeastern United States. Starting out at the Flowood, MS based Sunkist Swim Team, he made the transition to Auburn, AL where he competed the remainder of his high school years with Auburn Aquatics. His college career began at Daytona State College under the …

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