Cal Commit Mia Kragh Swims 58.80 100 FL in Irvine, #13 All-Time for 17-18 Girls

2021 SPEEDO SUMMER CHAMPIONSHIPS – IRVINE (TIME TRIALS)

THURSDAY FINALS HEAT SHEET

Day 3 – Thursday, August 5 

  • 400 Individual Medley
  • 100 Butterfly
  • Women’s 4 x 200 Free Relay

WOMEN’S 100 FLY – FINALS

Podium:

  1. Mia Kragh (RSD) – 58.80
  2. Campbell Stoll (EBSC) – 59.55
  3. Annika Parkhe (PAC) – 1:00.15

In the women’s 100 fly A final at the Irvine site of the Speedo Summer Championships, 18-year-old Mia Kragh (Rancho San Dieguito) and 16-year-old Campbell Stoll (Elmbrook Swim Club) each clocked lifetime bests to finish 1st and 2nd respectively.

Kragh led the race wire-to-wire, splitting 27.69 on the first 50, which was the only sub-28 in the field. She was also the fastest in the field coming home, splitting 31.11. Stoll was 28.06 going out, and 31.49 coming home.

For Kragh, the swim was a lifetime best by 0.28 seconds. Her previous best of 59.08 was swum just a week ago, at the Santa Clarita Futures meet. Here is a split comparison between Kragh’s 59.08 previous best, her 59.24 from this morning’s prelims, and her 58.80 from tonight’s final:

Splits Speedo Summer Champs – PRELIMS 2021 Santa Clarita Futures Speedo Summer Championships – FINALS
50m 28.09 28.01 27.69
100m 31.15 31.07 31.11
Final Time 59.24 59.08 58.80

Kragh has been incredibly consistent on the 2nd 50s of her races, with all 3 coming with 0.08 seconds of each other. The difference has largely been based off how fast she’s able to take the race out. Her 27.69 opening 50 from tonight was her fastest by a significant margin.

With the swim, Mia Kragh is now ranked #13 all-time for 17-18 girls in the LCM 100 fly. Here is the current top #11-20 for 17-18 girls all-time:

Rank Time Swimmer Date
11 58.72 Misty Hyman 7/26/1997
12 58.75 Kelly Pash 8/2/2019
13 58.80 Mia Kragh 8/5/2021
14 58.94 Olivia Scott 8/2/11
15 58.96 Alisa Finn 8/4/2009
16 58.97 Cassidy Bayer 8/4/2017
17 59.01 Jasmine Tosky 6/25/2012
17 59.01 Coleen Gillilan 8/2/2018
19 59.04 Mary Mohler (Descenza) 4/6/2003
20 59.13 Michelle Cefal 8/5/2013

 

Campbell Stoll, for her part, swam a massive lifetime best tonight. Stoll entered the meet with a lifetime best of 1:00.46, which she swam in May of this year. In prelims this morning, she clocked a 1:00.54. Then she swam a 59.55 in finals tonight, breaking 1:00 for the first time in her career, and rising to #25 all-time for 15-16 girls.

 

 

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BearlyBreathing
1 month ago

223 more days until NCAAs. Can’t wait!

Greg Spire
1 month ago

Great job Mia!