Video is courtesy of Louisville Swimming.
Louisville took a video of the last 50 yards of Kelsi Worrell‘s record breaking 100 fly during the prelims of the 2015 Women’s NCAA Championships in Greensboro, NC. The video also catches her teammates’ reaction for the side of the pool.
Kelsi Worrell!!! With a new American, US Open, and NCAA record, Worrell posted the fastest time in history and is now the first woman to ever break 50 seconds with her time of 49.89. She took her first 50 out in 23.52, coming home in 26.37 to break Natalie Coughlin‘s records and claim the top seed for tonight’s final.
California’s Farida Osman had the second fastest time of the morning at 51.00. She finished just ahead of Denver’s Sam Corea with her third place time of 51.01.
USC’s Kendyl Stewart qualified in fourth with her time of 51.03. Kentucky’s Tina Bechtel was fifth with her time of 51.24, and Natalie Hinds from Florida was sixth at 51.46.
The final two spots went to Missouri’s Dani Barbiea at 51.77 and Florida State’s Chelsea Britt at 51.86.
It took an 51.86 to make the A final and a 52.17 to make the B final.