Devon Nowicki is Shooting for Andrew Wilson’s 58.9 (Video)

2019 U.S. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Reported by Reid Carlson.

MEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

  • World Record: Adam Peaty (Great Britain), 2019, 56.88
  • American Record: Kevin Cordes, 2017, 58.64
  • Championship Record: Kevin Cordes (United States), 2017, 58.74
  • U.S. Open Record: Kevin Cordes (United States), 2017, 58.74
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 1:03.29

TOP 3:

Devon Nowicki didn’t have the lead at the 50-meter turn, trailing Craig Benson 27.85 to 27.71, but Nowicki produced the fastest (equal-fastest with bronze medalist Reece Whitley) second 50, putting up a 31.94 to surge to the wall in 59.69, edging Craig Benson by a tenth. Whitley finished 3rd in 1:00.05.

France’s Theo Bussiere placed 4th in 1:00.08, Australians Daniel Cave and Samuel Williamson 5th and 6th in 1:00.30 and 1:00.61, Caspar Corbeau was 7th in 1:00.68, and Trent Pellini 8th in 1:00.70.

Indiana’s Ian Finnerty won the ‘B’ final in 1:00.15, Texas’ Charlie Scheinfeld was 2nd in the ‘B’ final in 1:00.65, and Brandon Fischer 3rd in 1:00.77.

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25BACKSTROKE

How’s his shot with Katie Meili going?

Heyitsme

She did post him on her ig story

Ol' Longhorn

sparks flyin’

Hmm....

There is a long line formed there already

DresselApologist

Whoever told him to stop making jokes is cancelled

Superfan

He went slower this year….he needs to let his races do his talking!

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