Carsten Vissering Scares NAG Record At NSCA Jr National Prelims

Carsten Vissering put on a show on the second morning of the 2015 NCSA Jr National Championships in Indianapolis. Vissering is the 15-16 NAG record holder in the 100m breaststroke and is now getting dangerously close to Kevin Cordes’ 17-18 NAG record of 1:00.47. That time is the second fastest 17-18 100 breaststroke in history. Vissering previously had the second fastest time ever with a 1:01.00.

The 18 year-old from Nation’s Capital went 1:00.86 to earn the top seed heading into finals of the men’s 100 breaststroke.  was the second fastest performer of the morning with a 1:02.52.

Wade O’Brien is the top seed in the men’s 100 backstroke after winning the 200 of the same stroke yesterday. He finished with a time of 56.89 his morning.

The top qualifiers from day 2 of competition:

  • Women’s 200 Free – Kathryn Portz 2:02.36
  • Men’s 400 IM – Charles Swanson 4:23.81
  • Women’s 100 Breast – Rachel Munson 1:10.08
  • Men’s 100 Breast – Carsten Vissering 1:00.86
  • Women’s 200 Fly – Paige Kaplan 2:16.09
  • Men’s  100 Back – Wade O’Brien 56.89

Full results can be found on Meet Mobile.

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bb
5 years ago

Go Carsten! Great swim.

Joel Lin
5 years ago

One year with Salo and I get that Eddie Moses 2.0 kind of feeling. And I think I likes it!

Looks like Carsten is on his way to some great things next summer.

KT
5 years ago

It looks like Carsten and Seliskar were both untapered at WUGs. Since they both have the same coach now it might be reasonable to think that Seliskar could knock 2 seconds off each 100 of his 200fly and maybe go 1:52. That might be reaching a little but I feel like a 1:53 low should absolutely happen

bobo gigi
Reply to  KT
5 years ago

Yes. You’re right. I think Michael Phelps’ world record is even in trouble.

ML
Reply to  bobo gigi
5 years ago

Seriously? I honestly can’t tell if you’re serious.

Rick Mears
Reply to  ML
5 years ago

I would imagine it’s a bit of sarcasm. Go back and check the number of swimmers who have gone a 1:52 textile 200m fly and you’ll realize that it’s being thrown around a little too loosely here. KT can’t seriously think that 2 seconds off each 100 is possible. He must be joking and Bobo is making light of it.

bobo gigi
Reply to  Rick Mears
5 years ago

Yes. It was pure sarcasm from my part. But I believed it was clear. 🙂
For KT, no idea.
More seriously, he was clearly not tapered at WUGs and we can expect a 1.54 high/1.55 low at Nationals.

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The writer formerly known as "Troy Gennaro", better known as Tony Carroll, has been working with SwimSwam since April of 2013. Tony grew up in northern Indiana and started swimming in 2003 when his dad forced him to join the local swim team. Reluctantly, he joined on the condition that …

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