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The American squad of Daniel Diehl, Zhier Fan, Alex Shackell, and Anna Moesch teamed up for a 3:46.83, finishing as the only team in the field under 3:50.
Japan’s Airi Mitsui stormed to victory in the girls 200 fly tonight at the 2022 Jr Pan Pacs in Honolulu, swimming a blistering 2:07.82.
Though he’s just 15 years old, Heilman has now risen to #4 all-time among U.S. performers in the 15-16 age group.
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Shackell also took down the Junior Pan Pacs Record in the event, which stood at 1:55.92 from American Andrew Seliskar at the 2014 Championships.
Additionally, Williamson moves up to #2 all-time in the 15-16 age group among Americans.
The previous meet record was a storied one, set by legendary junior swimmer Dagny Knutson (U.S.) in 2009.
This post will be dedicated to highlighting 5 of the top storylines withing the boys events at these Championships.
American Erin Gemmell swam a 1:56.14 in the 200 free at U.S. Nationals, which would have been fast enough to medal at the World Champs this summer.
Zoe Ammundsen and Ainsley Trotter both clocked a time of 1:03.05, which moves them up to #5 all-time amongst 14-year-old Australian girls.
Cody Simpson, Mollie O’Callaghan, Lani Pallister, and Shayna Jack are amongst some of the additions onto the second half of Australia’s duel in the pool team.
Multi-medalist Summer McIntosh of Canada helped her nation vastly improve upon its gold medal haul between the 2018 and 2022 Commonwealth Games.
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