RACE VIDEO: Curtis Ogren Wins Boys’ 200 IM at Junior Nationals as Part of PASA Team Title

Curtis Ogren of Palo Alto Stanford Aquatic team completed his sweep of the IM races by winning the 200 meter distance on Sunday at the 2014 U.S. Junior National Championships in Irvine, California.

Ogren swam a 2:01.95, using a fantastic breaststroke leg to pull ahead of runner-up Abraham Devine (2:02.74). Michael Andrew was 3rd in 2:03.53.

The B-Final win went to Justin Ress of the Marlins of Raleigh (2:03.97), and the C-Final was won by Sam Stewart in 2:04.89.

A Final Curtis Ogren, PASA, 2:01.95, Lane 4

B Final Justin Ress, Marlins of Raleigh, 2:03.97, Lane 7

C Final Sam Stewart, YMCA Hub Fins, 2:04.89, Lane 6

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7 years ago

Nice job! Look for DeVine to continue to progress.

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