Giovanny Lima Posts 1:50.2 200 Free To Win At Jenks Sectional Day 2


  • Wednesday-Saturday, July 11th-14th
  • Jenks Aquatic Center, Jenks, OK
  • Long Course Meters
  • Hosted By Jenks Trojan Swim Club
  • Meet Page
  • Live Results

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The 2nd day of the Jenks Sectional featured the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, and 50 breast. Jennifer King (Mizzou) won the women’s 400, posting a 4:53.36 to beat Haley Downey (Splash Club, Inc.), who went 4:54.53. King posted splits of 1:05.13/1:14.23/1:26.09/1:07.91, while Downey posted splits of 1:06.92/1:19.67/1:20.59/1:07.35. Both swimmers posted personal bests, with King’s previous time coming in at 4:54.92, and Downey’s at 4:59.43.

Zachary Lorson (Columbia Swim Club) and Brennan Balogh (Lincoln Select) had a tight race with an incredibly tight finish in the men’s 400 IM. Lorson touched in 4:30.63, while a charging Balogh touched in 4:30.78. At the 300 turn, Lorson was ahead 3:27.83 to Balogh’s 3:28.67, then Balogh outsplit Lorson 1:02.11 to 1:02.80 on the free leg, but ultimately fell just short. Lorson’s time was a new personal best (previous best 4:32.20), while Balogh was well off his best of 4:23.50.

Dana Posthuma (Club Huskers) posted a 1:01.06 to win the women’s 100 fly. That time shaved a little over half a second off her personal best of 1:01.60. She was out in 28.99, and came back in 32.07. Paul Le (Missouri State) took the men’s 100 fly with a 54.13. Le was out fast, posting a 24.75 on the first 50, but came home in 29.38. That time came in just off Le’s personal best of 53.89, which he set earlier this year at the Atlanta Pro Swim Series.

Giovanny Lima (Mizzou) took the men’s 200 free with a 1:50.24. Lima was on pace to break 1:50, but faded slightly on the last 50. He went out in 25.74, then split 27.99 and 27.98 to hit the 150 mark at 1:21.71, but came home in 28.53. Lima’s personal best sits at 1:48.94, from 2016.

Other Event Winners

  • Women’s 200 Free: Liberty Howell (SwimTulsa) – 2:03.34
  • Women’s 50 Breast: Madison Strathman (Arkansas) – 32.51
  • Men’s 50 Breast: Noah Barr (Sarpy County Swim Club) – 28.53

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College swimmer
5 years ago

At this point the Real-Time Results are two sessions behind. If someone at the meet is reading this, go tell the person running the computer to update the results.

Good grief, what’s the point of “real-time” results if you can’t view them in real time?

JP input too short
5 years ago

Is it just me or they did give up on running the live results?

College swimmer
Reply to  JP input too short
5 years ago

I hate how a meet says they will run live results and then the person running the computer is too lazy or forgetful to click the button that updates the live results after each event is done. Prelims is being updated near the end of the session. Wednesday Finals wasn’t updated until right before prelim session began Thursday morning.

Todd Kramer
Reply to  College swimmer
5 years ago

I’ve been seeing the results in meet mobile fairly quickly. A few times they got a few years behind, but for the most part the results have been in meet mobile well before the next event is done.

College swimmer
Reply to  Todd Kramer
5 years ago

That’s Meet Mobile. We are talking about the “Live Results.” I just feel if you are going to advertise a Live Results link, then you need to keep it updated. I have run meets before. I get it. The beauty of Meet Mobile from an administrative end is that once you set it up pre-meet, it will update automatically (theoretically) after each event is done. No need to do anything. Live Results still requires hitting a button (can’t remember which one) to “publish” the results to Live Results. Also bugs me when Live Results for a meet like this doesn’t have splits, scores, etc. Again, that just takes a few minutes of checking boxes in the Meet Manager set up… Read more »