David Nolan posted the fastest time in history to win the 200 IM at the 2015 Men’s Swimming and Diving Championships, lowering his cluster of American, US Open, NCAA, and Stanford records from 1:40.07 to 1:39.38.
Will Licon pushed Nolan to the record with the third fastest time in history and a second place finish of 1:40.09. The only two swimmers that have been faster than Licon are now Nolan and Ryan Lochte.
|Fly Split||Back Split||Breast Split||Free Split||TOTAL TIME|
|Nolan ’15 NCAA’s||21.67||24.32||29.21||24.18||1:39.38|
|Nolan ’15 Pac 12’s||21.96||24.95||29.05||24.11||1:40.07|
|Licon ’15 NCAA||21.67||25.4||28.75||24.27||1:40.09|