Micah Sumrall (Lawrence) Explains Return to Racing, Married Life (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.


  1. GOLD: Emily Escobedo, 2:26.80
  2. SILVER: Micah Sumrall, 2:27.09
  3. BRONZE: Breeja Larson, 2:27.77

Breeja Larson took it out with the lead halfway, but Emily Escobedo made her move to take the lead on the final 50 and never looked back. Escobedo finished in 2:26.80. That was within a second of her fastest ever in-season time of 2:25.94 from the Austin Pro Swim in January. Behind her, Micah Sumrall ran down Larson for silver, 2:27.09 to 2:27.77.

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Good luck Ms. Micah…


Mrs. Sumrall now 🙂


Her first name didn’t change,.

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