Dean Farris on 1:29.1, Not Swimming Individual 200 Free (Video)

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Reported by James Sutherland.

Dean Farris smashed the NCAA, American, and U.S. Open Records in the 200 free on the lead-off leg of Harvard’s 800 free relay at the Men’s NCAA Championships, clocking 1:29.15 to erase Townley Haas‘ mark of 1:29.50 set last year.

Read more about Dean Farris’ American Record Here

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Really

7th place…right around where he usually finishes….

Dcswim

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Dcswim

Thanks for all the love guys! 😀

Bub

Insulting the Deaner is a bold move, cuz if he sees this, he will find you, and he will kill you.

coacherik

He has a unique set of skills, I’ve heard.

He Said What?

WHAT???????

usausausa

heretic

ERVINFORTHEWIN

u just can;t swallow his prowesses in the pool ….

50_SF

I don’t know about that one chief

googoodoll

Dean simply was concerned with the fast field in the 200. While some might think it was cowardly to hide from competition, I believe as a senior, he knows himself and will hopefully prove the doubters wrong by winning the 100 back.

Lauren Neidigh

He’s only a junior!

Swimmer

Old before his time. Wise beyond his years.

Boston area swimmer

Dean farris is a god. no taper for those crazy ivys times he threw down is insane

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