Breeja Larson loves training with Garrett McCaffrey in Phoenix (Video)

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  1. Melanie Margalis, St. Petersburg, 58.0
  2. Breeja Larson, NYAC, 58.21
  3. Miranda Tucker, Indiana, 58.95

There aren’t a ton of swimmers who are elite in both the 200 free and 100 breast, but tonight Melanie Margalis has won national championships in both.  Breeja Larson went out first, but Margalis closed on her over the final few strokes to take the win, 58.09 to 58.21.  Indian’s Miranda Tucker, last year’s 3rd place finisher at NCAA’s took 3rd tonight as well, touching in 58.95.

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bobo gigi
7 years ago

Cool to see her slowly come back to her best after tough last few years.

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