Homans Scratches 200 Fly, 100 Back Prelims at Atlanta Classic Day 2


On day two of the Atlanta Classic, Mackenzie Lanning (#27) and Meghan Lee (#34) scratched the 200 fly. Lee will focus her energy on her other two races on Saturday: the 200 breast where she is ranked 7th and the in 100 back where she is ranked 36th. This was Lanning’s only event for the day.

Most of the scratches seem to be from swimmers who have scratched all their event so far. Izaak Bastian and Rebecca Moynihan were among the top-20 scratches as Bastian dropped the 200 breast where he was ranked 12th and Moynihan dropped the 50 free where she was ranked 15th. This was the only event of the day for both swimmers. Bastian dropped the 100 breast yesterday and this is Moynihan’s first event of the meet.

After dropping the 200 free and 100 fly on Friday, Harry Homans scratched both of his events on day two of the Atlanta Classic (the 200 fly and 100 back.) He was ranked 9th in the 200 fly and 39th in the 100 back. #21 seed Nick Vance also scratched the 200 fly, his only event of the day.

Kaylee Hamblin scratched the 200 breast where she was ranked 22nd. She scratched the 100 breast on Friday and now only has one event left this weekend, the 200 IM.

Day two prelims session will kick off at 9 am local time for the men and 12pm for the women.

All Day 2 Prelims Scratches Within the Top 40

Women’s 200 Fly

Men’s 200 Fly

Women’s 50 Free

Men’s 50 Free 


Women’s 100 Back

Men’s 100 Back

Women’s 200 Breast

Men’s 200 Breast

Women’s 400 Free

Not on heat sheet at the time of publishing

Men’s 400 Free

Not on heat sheet at the time of publishing

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1 year ago

Harry Homans vs Luca Urlando… the rematch we were all waiting for😔

Reply to  Guy
1 year ago

I’m sure this comment is a joke…Homans couldn’t even come close to Urlando.

1 year ago

Homans didn’t swim Friday. Pretty obvious he isn’t there now that he scratched today too!

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