Hali Flickinger Started Doing 200/300’s Fly in Practice (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


  • Pro Swim Series Record: 2:06.76- Cammile Adams, Austin 2012
  • Pool Record: 2:07.29- Susie O’Neil, 1995
  1. GOLD: Hali Flickinger– 2:08.04
  2. SILVER: Lilian Szilagy- 2:10.52
  3. BRONZE: Kelsi Worrell– 2:10.57

Hali Flickinger and Kelsi Dahlia Worrell were neck-and-neck, 1:02.26 to 1:02.31, at the halfway mark. Flickinger pulled ahead through the back half, winning gold with the #3 time in the world this year. Hungarian Liliana Szilagy ran down Worrell with a 33.64 on the last 50, while Worrell held on for 3rd. 17-year-old Olivia Carter (2:11.97) used her back-half speed to edge out 15-year-old Lillie Nordmann for 4th. Nordmann knocked nearly a second off her best time to take 5th in 2:12.63.

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Good luck with your shoulders holding up with all that fly training!! Did she end up getting married yet??


what’s your 200 fly time?

Phelps swims 200 breast rio

She got married last year.

Phelps swims 200 breast rio

Apparently, two people were not happy she got married. And there may be more out there.




What does she mean when she says she’s been sick for 3 years?


It means it’s not good, and something was obviously very wrong.


It’s fine if you have proper technique!! Mary T did up to 10k in fly (not saying that Hali should do that but 200s and 300s should be manageable for someone of her calibre)

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