Drabot, Bilquist Among Day 2 Finals Scratches At PSS – Santa Clara


There have been a total of 19 scratches from swimmers seeded to swim in tonight’s A-flight of finals at the TYR Pro Swim Series – Santa Clara (including swimmers who would’ve been bumped up from ‘C’ to ‘B’ final had they had not scratched), with five of them coming from an A-final.

The top seeded swimmer scratching out was Markus Thormeyer of HPC – Vancouver, who has dropped the men’s 200 free where he was 3rd fastest this morning in 1:49.26. 7th seed Grant Shoults has also dropped that event, as Jack Conger and Zheng Quah get bumped up into the A-final. Thormeyer still has the 200 back on his schedule tonight.

Other A-final scratches came from Amy Bilquist (6th) in the women’s 200 back, Katie Drabot (9th) in the women’s 100 fly, and Johannes Calloni (6th) in the men’s 200 back. Drabot and Bilquist have also both dropped the 200 free B-final.

Full Scratch List (A-Flight)

  • 13. Glavinovich,Katie, 4:59.22, W400 IM
  • 16.Laughlin,Solie, 5:00.17, W400 IM
  • 19.Mykkanen,Courtney, 5:01.86, W400 IM
  • 9.Drabot,Katie, 59.70, W100 Fly
  • 16.Neal,Lia, 1:01.33, W100 Fly
  • 17.Green,Lauren, 1:01.43, W100 Fly
  • 14.Rooney,Maxime, 54.11, M100 Fly
  • 6.Bilquist,Amy, 2:12.38, W200 BK
  • 12.Goss,Kennedy, 2:14.98, W200 BK
  • 15.Laughlin,Solie, 2:19.06, W200 BK
  • 6.Calloni,Johannes, 2:02.09, M200 BK
  • 11.Duarte,Mackenzie, 2:37.32, W200 BK
  • 11.Drabot,Katie, 2:01.24, W200 FR
  • 14.Neal,Lia, 2:01.84, W200 FR
  • 15.Bilquist,Amy, 2:02.12, W200 FR
  • 21.Darcel,Sarah, 2:03.55, W200 FR
  • 22.Case,Lauren, 2:03.67, W200 FR
  • 3.Thormeyer,Markus, 1:49.26, M200 FR
  • 7.Shoults,Grant, 1:50.25, M200 FR

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I think a lot of people from cal and Stanford have school commitments that may be the reason they can’t swim tonight


Bilquist was in class. just now.

About James Sutherland

James Sutherland

James formerly competed for the Laurentian Voyageurs in Sudbury, Ontario, specializing in the 200 free, back and IM. He finished up his collegiate swimming career in February of 2018, placing 11th at the OUA Championships in the 200 IM, and graduated with a bachelor's degree in economics in May. He …

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