Carson Foster Posts 1:48.60 LCM 200 Free at Waterloo Classic (Video)

2020 Waterloo Classic

  • August 2-3
  • Waterloo, TX
  • LCM (Long Course Meters)
  • Results – MeetMobile, search “2020 Waterloo Classic”

The 2020 Waterloo Classic took place this past weekend, with many of the University of Texas swimmers competing in one or two LCM events. What I would label the headline performance came from future Longhorn Carson Foster, who has been in Austin training. Foster posted a quick 1:48.60 in the 200 free, coming in just over a second off his personal best of 1:47.47. He swam a consistent race, splitting 25.5, 27.3, 27.8, and 27.7 respectively on his 50s. The time is Foster’s 2nd fastest of the year, coming in behind the 1:47.74 he swam in January, which currently ranks him as the #4 American this year.

Here is a video of Foster’s race:

Texas breaststroke duo Caspar Corbeau and Charlie Scheinfeld both swam the 100 breast. Corbeau clocked a 1:02.24, coming in off his lifetime best of 1:00.68, while Scheinfeld swam a 1:03.53, 3 seconds off his best of 1:00.65. Daniel Krueger only swam the 100 free, nearly coming in under 50 seconds, touching in 50.10. The time for Krueger is 1.55 seconds off his personal best.

Madisyn Cox swam a 2:12.77 in the 200 IM, coming in a little faster than the 2:14 Cox reported at an unofficial time trial at the end of June. Cox currently holds the #2 time in the world this year with a 2:09.03, which she swam at the beginning of March. She also raced the 200 breast, where she finished in 2:29.37.  Dakota Luther, who has been training in Texas this Summer, swam the 200 fly, clocking a 2:11.21.

Coby Carrozza swam the 400 free, posting a 3:55.57, finishing not too far off his 3:52.70 lifetime best. Teammate Evie Pfeifer also swam a quality 4:15.31 in the 400. Pfeifer’s fastest 400 free to date is a 4:11.77 from last year.

Kelly Pash swam a 1:00.61 in the 100 fly, coming in just under 2 seconds off her 58.75 personal best. She also competed in the 200 free, swimming a 2:03.70, off her 1:59.98 best time. Maxime Rooney swam the 100 fly as well, clocking a 53.19.

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Swammer
11 months ago

Wait till he gets some time to train with that Texas mid-d group and Eddie sprinkles some magical Eddie dust on him he will be zooming.

Yaboi
11 months ago

I don’t know, I can’t see many examples of Texas producing successful mid distance freestylers in the past…

/s

JimSwim22
Reply to  Yaboi
11 months ago

That is sarcasm right?

Daeleb Cressel
Reply to  JimSwim22
11 months ago

/s

Dbswims
Reply to  Yaboi
11 months ago

Joes now mad and swam a 1:22 2free at practice today

Wanna Sprite?
11 months ago

Quarantine hasn’t affected this dude at all

CincySwimmer
Reply to  Wanna Sprite?
11 months ago

He hasn’t been following the quarantine

Admin
Reply to  CincySwimmer
11 months ago

‘quarantine’ in Texas means something different than ‘quarantine’ in Cincinnati.

Swimmer
11 months ago

What about big bruva

PFA
Reply to  Swimmer
11 months ago

It looks like Jake swam the 4 IM

swimfan210_
Reply to  PFA
11 months ago

He went 4:25.12, 10 seconds off his best time.

Yabo
Reply to  swimfan210_
11 months ago

Quarantine plus not the same amount of pool time (I’m assuming) will do that to ya

PsychoDad
11 months ago

Meet the Fosters! I am so pumped up for next 4-5 years. Hook’em!

Billy Bob Joe
11 months ago

I love Coby Carrozza

PsychoDad
Reply to  Billy Bob Joe
11 months ago

Good kid. His 200 fly is my favorite event.

swimmerswammer
Reply to  PsychoDad
11 months ago

My favorite 200 fly is also when someone else swims it

Ol' Longhorn
11 months ago

Ok, now do Luca. Paris 2024 is gonna be lit.

Dan Flack
11 months ago

DUDE!