Kristin Cornish Breaks 17:00, Drops 20 Seconds in 1500 Free at ISCA Senior Cup


  • March 23 – 27, 2021
  • St. Petersburg, FL (North Shore Aquatic Complex)
  • SCY prelims/LCM finals
  • Schedule (ET)
    • Tuesday: Timed Finals 4:00pm
    • Wednesday – Saturday: 8:00am prelims/5:00pm finals
  • Meet information
  • Psych sheet

Night one of the ISCA International Senior Cup saw competition in the women’s 1500, men’s 800 and 200 relays in long course meters in St. Petersburg.

In the women’s 1500 free, Badger Swim Club’s Kristin Cornish won by almost ten seconds, clocking a 16:51.35. She was the only finisher under 17 minutes tonight. She dropped over 20 seconds off of her old best time, a 17:12.72.

Gator Swim Club’s Mitch D’Arrigo took the men’s 800 free in 8:06.39, just ahead of Caleb Kravitz (8:08.55).

North Baltimore Aquatic Club won both of the 200 relays, with their 200 medley relay clocking a 1:58.82 and their 200 free relay a 1:48.01. Their standout leg on the 200 medley was Maggie Belbot, who split a 27.55; Coast Guard Blue Dolphins’ Kyleigh Tankard was 26.96 on their fifth-place medley fly leg, a big split for her. Belbot was also on NBAC’s winning 200 free relay, which touched just .01 ahead of CGBD, who had Tankard lead in 26.78.

15-year-old Leah Hayes led off Fox Valley Park District Riptides’ 200 free relay in 26.43, a lifetime best by a half-second. She was also 33.06 swimming breast on their medley relay.

NBAC won the men’s 200 free relay in 1:35.06, while the Sierra Marlins took the 200 medley in 1:43.96. NBAC got a 23.22 second leg on their 200 free relay from Lucas Calderon, while second-place Mid-Wisconsin Wave Makers got a 22.57 anchor. Meet Mobile says ‘unknown swimmer’ for all four of MWWM’s legs, but it was probably Will Hayon, who was also 27.14 leading off their 200 medley relay.

Sierra Marlins got a 26.22 lead-off from Kai Crews on their 200 medley, while Ben Dillard was 28.42 on their breast leg.

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Club Coach
1 year ago

Men’s 800 Free results up -Caleb Kravitz gets his Wave II cut with an 8:08:55

Joe Mama
1 year ago

Fonder meets get a .3-.4 advantage if Dak. Never a 15m judge for anything and no relay take off refs

Joe Mama
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Joe Mama
1 year ago


I still miss Gregg Troy
1 year ago

Can confirm that the 22.5 was will hayon

1 year ago

25.2 fly for Sean Swift

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Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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