2022 FINA WORLD CUP – INDIANAPOLIS
- Thursday, November 3 – Saturday, November 5, 2022
- Indiana University Natatorium, Indianapolis, IN
- SCM (25 meters)
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WOMEN’S 100 FREESTYLE – FINALS
- World Record: 50.25, Cate Campbell (AUS), 2017
- World Jr Record: 51.45, Kayla Sanchez (CAN), 2018
- World Cup Record:50.58, Sarah Sjostrom (SWE), 2017
US Open Record: 51.37, Cate Campbell (AUS), 2019
With her 51.00 winning time in the 100 free on the last night of the 2022 FINA World Cup, Siobhan Haughey earned both a US Open record and her second Triple Crown. Haughey won both the 100 and 200 freestyle at all three stops on the World Cup Circuit, earning herself a $10,000 bonus for each sweep.
As for the US Open record, Haughey cut .37 seconds off the mark that Australian sprinting ace Cate Campbell set in 2019. While the time is just off her lifetime best and Asian record of 50.79, it’s a big season best for Haughey. She’s improved in this event at each stop on the circuit. In Berlin, she won in 51.59, then in Toronto in 51.33.
Split Comparison: Haughey v. Campbell US Open Record
|Haughey – 2022 Indianapolis World Cup||Campbell – 2019 Lewisville ISL Match|
|100||51.00 (26.43)||51.37 (26.82)|
Haughey and Campbell took their races out similarly; however, Haughey made a move on the back half, out-splitting Campbell 26.43 to 26.82.
This time also lowers the fastest time in the world this year, which was previously Haughey’s Toronto swim. She now has over a half-second on Madi Wilson, who holds the second fastest time in 51.54.