Landon Gentry Makes Top Five 13-14 200 FL Rankings At NCSAs

2019 NCSA SPRING JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

14-year-old Landon Gentry of NCAP finished the 200 fly B-final with a  personal best of 1:48.79. Despite finishing in 10th place at the NCSA junior national meet, Gentry’s time made 13-14 history as the 5th-fastest time in the event all-time.

Top Five 200 Fly Times- All-Time Boys 13-14

  1. Michael Andrew, 2014- 1:45.39
  2. Gianluca Urlando, 2017- 1:47.93
  3. Ricky Berens, 2003- 1:48.24
  4. David Dixon, 2013- 1:48.43
  5. Landon Gentry, 2019- 1:48.79

In the 200 medley relay finals, Gentry popped a 22.08 fly split to aid his NCAP relay to a 4th place finish. Earlier in the meet, Gentry swam the 100 IM with a 51.19, good enough for 23rd place overall.

On the third day of NCSAs, Gentry is scheduled to swim the 400 IM and 100 fly, his 2 next best events. Currently, Gentry sits at #20 in the 100 fly (49.46) and #22 in the 400 IM (3:58.00).

 

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About Nick Pecoraro

Nick Pecoraro

Nick Pecoraro has had a huge passion for swimming since his first dive in the pool. He joined the sport at age 11 and instantly became drawn to the sport. He was a breaststroker and IMer when competing, but still uses the sport as his go-to cardio. As a kinesiology …

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