Calypso Sheridan Breaks 100 Back Pool Record At Iowa Sectional Day 2


  • Thursday-Sunday, July 19th-22nd
  • University of Iowa CRWC, Iowa City, IA
  • Long Course Meters
  • Meet Results
  • Webcast

On the 2nd day of the Iowa Sectional meet, Northwestern University star Calypso Sheridan, who currently swims for Nasa Wildcats, won the women’s 100 back, breaking the University of Iowa pool record. Sheridan posted a 1:02.00 to claim victory, shedding 1.71 seconds off her personal best time. She went out in 29.94, and came back in 32.06 to come in under the previous pool record of 1:02.26.

Cameron Tysoe (Wisconsin Aquatics) swam a speedy 1:50.64 to win the men’s 200 free. That time took half a second off his previous best time of 1:51.15. Tysoe took the first 100 out in 53.73 (25.80/27.93), and posted a 56.91 (28.36/28.55) coming home.

Daniel Orcutt (Kentucky Aquatics) swam to victory in the men’s 400 IM, touching in 4:25.43. Orcutt took the race out fast, splitting a 59.54 on the fly leg, and a 1:09.41 on backstroke. He then followed it up with a 1:14.29 breast split, and 1:02.19 free split. That marked a sizeable best time for Orcutt, coming in nearly 4 second off his previous best of 4:29.02, which he set earlier this year.


  • Women’s 200 Free: Bridget O’Leary (Barrington Swim Club) – 2:05.17
  • Women’s 400 IM: Abbey Erwin (Minnesota) – 4:55.92
  • Men’s 100 Back: Cameron Tysoe (Wisconsin Aquatics) – 55.40

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How are Cam and Calypso stacking up to other Australians? It’s hard to see where they stand nationally when they’re competing in the US, and it would be really cool to see how these times compare to swimmers in their home country.


I’m sure you can google search Australian Swimming and search for rankings.


You just wanted to let us know they were Aussies, didn’t ya? 😉

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