Jessica Ashwood: I did have a cheeky look at the clock at 350 (Video)

Produced by Coleman Hodges. 

Reported by Karl Ortegon. 


Top 9

  1. Jessica Ashwood, Chandler, 8:18.14
  2. Miranda Heckman, Pleasanton Seahawks, 8:50.14
  3. Katy Campbell, PASA, 8:53.92
  4. Leah Stevens, Unattached, 8:54.05
  5. Daniella Hawkins, Pleasanton Seahawks, 8:59.11
  6. Francesca Bains, Woodmoor Waves, 9:07.96
  7. Cathryn Salladin, FAST, 9:08.24

Jessica Ashwood of Chandler Swim Club picked up another win tonight with a very strong 8:18.14 to easily handle the field. That’s her best time ever, and also a new Australian record.

Pleasanton Seahawks 15-year-old Miranda Heckman pulled out a 8:50.14 to touch 2nd, ahead of Katy Campbell(8:53.92) of PASA and rising Stanford sophomore Leah Stevens (8:54.05). Heckman’s teammate Daniella Hawkins, also 15, touched 5th just under 9 minutes in 8:59.11.

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5 years ago

I’ve been really enjoying all these interviews with the Australian swimmers–thank you!

samuel huntington
5 years ago

wow, the Australians are all good looking people

5 years ago

Best part of the PSS at Santa Clara (used to be call International Meet) is all the international swimmers coming to race. This year the Australian team sent some great swimmers. It is great to see all these interviews. Great job!

Stay Human
5 years ago

You snuck a look at the clock??!! You cheeky monkey!! 😉

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Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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