Conor Dwyer: There’s a light at the end of the tunnel (Interview)

Produced by Coleman Hodges.

Reported by James Sutherland. 


  1. Conor Dwyer, 1:46.96
  2. Dion Dreesens, 1:48.17
  3. Nicolas Oliveira, 1:48.49

Dion Dreesens took it out hard, but Conor Dwyer ultimately overtook him to take the win in the men’s 200 free in a time of 1:46.96. Dreesens held on for 2nd in 1:48.17, and Nicolas Oliveira of Brazil was 3rd in 1:48.49. Russian Nikita Lobintsev (1:49.33) of Trojan Swim Club was 4th, Brazil’s Joao De Lucca (1:49.65) was 5th, and Andrea D’Arrigo (1:49.66) of Italy was 6th. Michael Klueh (1:50.36) and Zane Grothe (1:50.44) rounded out the A-final. Dan Wallace of Gator Swim Club won the B-final in 1:49.22.

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8 years ago

Conor is on the right track to deliver great times this summer . He will be one serious contender in that 200 free .

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