Photo Vault: US Nationals Day Two

_Williamson_Ellen 21 Cavalier Swimmin Ellen Williamson Williamson-TB1_9107-

Ellen Williamson of Cavailier Swimming placed 14th overall last night after she dropped a 2:15.23 in the B final. She was faster in prelims clocking in at 2:13.51.

_Allen_Emily 17 Allen Emily Allen North Mecklenbur-TB1_7745-

Emily Allen finished 17th overall in the 200m freestyle last night sporting a 1:59.35 in the B final. She was caught making this lovely gesture after her race.

_Baker_Kathleen 17 Baker Kathleen Baker SwimMAC Carolina-TB1_9179-

SwimMac NC’s Kathleen Baker earned herself a spot on the Pan Pac roster last night with a 2:10.42 behind Missy Franklin in the 200m backstroke final.

_Bartholomew_Courtney 20 Bartholomew Cavalier Swimmin Courtney Bartholomew-TB1_9131-

Courtney Bartholomew finished eighth in the 200m backstroke after going into the race third with a 2:10.63 in prelims. She was a 2:13.49 in finals.

_Bartholomew_Courtney 20 Bartholomew Cavalier Swimmin Courtney Bartholomew-TB1_9269-

Courtney Bartholomew on the podium after an eighth place finish in the 200m backstroke final.

_Bayer_Cassidy 14 Bayer Cassidy Bayer Nations Capital-TBX_1829-

Fourteen-year-old Cassidy Bayer smiling after an eighth place finish in the 200m fly last night with a time of 2:12.30.

_Bratton_Lisa 18 Bratton Lisa Bratton Tri city Channel IE-TB1_9234-

Lisa Bratton giving a big hug after a third place finish in the 200m backstroke final. Bratton was a 2:11.57 behind Missy Franklin and Kathleen Baker.

_Robert_Owen 21 Robert H2okie Aquatics Owen Burns-TBX_1635-

Robert Owen won the 200m backstroke B final last night finishing in 1:59.78.

_Burns_Owen 21 Burns H2okie Aquatics Owen Burns-TBX_1660-

Robert Owen with a little cele after winning the 200m backstroke B final last night in 1:59.78.

_Clary_Tyler 25 Clary SwimMAC Carolina Tyler Clary-TBX_1735-

Tyler Clary up on the lane line after a huge 200m backstroke win last night. Clary won in 1:54.73 ranking him third in the world this year.

_Cordes_Kevin 20 Cordes Kevin Cordes Tucson Ford Deal-TB1_8897-

Kevin Cordes led the way in prelims with a new US Open and US Nationals record of 2:07.86. In finals he was off that mark, but was still fast enough for gold putting up a 2:09.48.

_Cordes_Kevin 20 Cordes Kevin Cordes Tucson Ford Deal-TB1_8913-

Kevin Cores en route to a victory in the men’s 200m breaststroke final.

_Dwyer_Conor 25 Conor Dwyer Dwyer North Baltimore-TB1_8285-

Conor Dwyer finished second in the 200m freestyle last night to Matt McLean with a time of 1:47.35. That swim earned him a spot on a second relay after earning himself a position on the 4×100 free earlier in the meet.

_Dyer_Frank 22 Dyer Frank Dyer North Baltimore-TB1_8118-

Frank Dyer from the North Baltimore Aquatic Club won the B final of the 200 freestyle last night in 1:48.38.

_Fink_Nicolas 21 Athens Bulldog Fink Nicolas Fink-TB1_8924-

Nicolas Fink was the closest man to Kevin Cordes last night in the 200m breaststroke, almost chasing him down with a 2:09.62.

_Flickinger_Hali 20 Athens Bulldog Flickinger Hali Flickinger-TB1_9077-

Hali Flickinger pictured here en route to winning the 200m backstroke B final in 2:11.55.

_Franklin_Missy 19 California Aquat Franklin Missy Franklin-TB1_9301-

Missy Franklin posing on the podium after taking home a gold medal in the 200m backstroke with a 2:08.38. She also took home a silver in the 200 free posting a 1:56.40.

_Galyer_Danielle 18 Danielle Galyer Galyer Y Spartaquatics-TB1_9026-

Danielle Galyer finished 17th overall last night in the 200m backstroke. She was a 2:12.25 in the B final sporting a huge time drop from her prelim swim of 2:15.38.

_Grevers_Matt 29 Grevers Matt Grevers Tucson Ford Deal-TBX_1966-

Matt Grevers giving us a double fist pump after a 50m fly victory last night. Grevers hit the wall in 23.50 to take the gold punching in his ticket to Russia.

_Griffin_Carter 19 Carter Griffin DU Hilltoppers CO Griffin-TB1_7670-

Carter Griffin competed in the 200m backstroke final on night two, picking up a sixth place finish in 1:58.87.

_Haas_Townley 17 Haas NOVA of Virginia Townley Haas-TB1_8095-

Townley Haas was unbelievable at JRs last week, and now he’s taking a swing at the big leagues. Last night he ended up 17th overall in the 200m freestyle after clocking in at 1:58.75 in the B final.

_Klaren_Melanie 21 California Aquat Klaren Melanie Klaren-TB1_9241-

Melanie Klaren of Cal pictured here giving out a big hug after finishing fourth in the 200m backstroke final on night two. She was a 2:11.58 at the touch.

_Kopas_Emily 18 Emily Kopas Kopas Swim Fort Lauder-TB1_8430-

Emily Kopas picked up a 17th place finish after swimming a time of 2:29.63 in the B final of the women’s 200m breaststroke last night. She dropped over two seconds from her prelim swim of 2:31.71.

_Larson_Breeja 22 Aggie Swim Club Breeja Larson Larson-TB1_8669-

Breeja Larson solidified her spot on the Pan Pacs roster last night with a 2:24.16 finish in the 200m breaststroke final. Larson was second to Micah Lawrence.

_Larson_Breeja 22 Aggie Swim Club Breeja Larson Larson-TB1_8744-

Aggie Breeja Larson receiving her silver medal in the 200m breaststroke from former US Olympian Amanda Beard.

_Lawrence_Micah 24 Lawrence Micah Lawrence SwimMAC Carolina-TB1_8766-

Micah Lawrence pictured here after being awarded the gold medal in the 200m breaststroke.

_Ledecky_Katie 17 Katie Ledecky Ledecky Nations Capital-TB1_7909-

Katie Ledecky won the 200m freestyle on night two in a new JR world record of 1:55.16 taking down none other than Missy Franklin en route to gold.

_Malone_Reed 19 Malone Reed Malone Una TROJ-TB1_8224-

Ninteen-year-old Reed Malone was added to the roster of his first international team after a third place finish in the 200m freestyle last night granted him a spot on the Pan Pac roster.

_Malone_Reed 19 Malone Reed Malone Una TROJ-TB1_8237-

Reed Malone celebrating after a 1:47.41 bronze medal performance guaranteed his spot on the Pan Pac team.

_Manuel_Simone 18 First Colony Swi Manuel Simone Manuel-TB1_7865-

Simone Manuel. the future of team USA Sprinting, focused before her race in the 200m freestyle final. She finished seventh in 1:58.79.

_McLean_Matt 26 Matt McLean McLean North Baltimore-TB1_8264-

Matt McLean was the winner of the 200m freestyle last night, taking down Conor Dwyer with a time of 1:46.93.

_McLean_Matt 26 Matt McLean McLean North Baltimore-TB1_8350-

Matt McLean after receiving his medal for his 200m freestyle victory.

 

_Murphy_Ryan 19 California Aquat Murphy Ryan Murphy-TBX_1692-

Ryan Murphy taking off in the final of the men’s 200m backstroke. Murphy finished second behind Tyler Clary, earning himself a spot on the Pan Pac roster

For a link to our coverage click here.

In This Story

2
Leave a Reply

1 Comment threads
1 Thread replies
0 Followers
 
Most reacted comment
Hottest comment thread
2 Comment authors
newest oldest most voted
Danjohnrob

Thanks for these great photos! I was just wondering if anybody got one of Aaron Peirsol giving the medal to Ryan Murphy, because Ryan looks like he’s going to become the Backstroke King of the next generation, as Aaron was for his own.

bobo gigi

You’re right. But at the same time I’m tired to say “Ryan Murphy the future US backstroke star”. I believe I say that for at least 4 years now! I remember writing on swimswam he would win both backstroke olympic gold medals in 2016. He will peak in 2016. We are in 2014. It’s time for him to take the power! His first qualification the other day in the 200 back was a good first step. He has the 100 back today. He knows what he has to do. The veterans Grevers, Plummer and Thoman are still there but Ryan can definitely win that race tonight. I want to see a 52 from him this summer. And if he wins,… Read more »

About Mitch Bowmile

Mitch Bowmile

Mitch Bowmile is a former Canadian age group swimmer who was forced to end his career early due to a labrum tear in his hip and a torn rotator cuff after being recognized as one of the top 50 breaststrokers his age in Canada. He competed successfully at both age …

Read More »

Want to take your swimfandom to the next level?

Subscribe to SwimSwam Magazine!