Race Video: Kendyl Stewart Becomes Fourth American Under 26 Seconds To Win 50 Butterfly


Kendyl Stewart won the women’s 50 butterfly with a new meet record time of 25.99. Although this is not a qualifying event for the Pan Pac Championships, it does put her in good position to make the 2015 World Championships roster. As long as there are enough doubles, she will have a spot on the world Championships roster. Finishing second was last years champion, Claire Donahue, at 26.11. Kelsi Worrell finished third at 26.35, followed by Ivy Martin at 26.37. Natalie Hinds won the B-final of the women’s 50 butterfly, followed by Beata Nelson in second at 26.88. Janet Hu won the C-final of the women’s 50 butterfly at 27.27.




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bobo gigi

Great job Miss Stewart. You were my favorite to win. 🙂 Claire Donahue and Kendyl Stewart are also the favorites for the 100 fly today. I believe in her in that event for a few years now. She has tremendous speed but she always has some difficulties to finish well her race. Hopefully she will train harder than ever in the next 2 years to improve his endurance and then, she will be able to swim under 57 in 2016 and win a medal. If Dana Vollmer doesn’t come back, USA absolutely needs to find someone else under 57 in 2016 for its medley relay. Today, she can qualify in the 100 fly for Pan Pacs but there’s also a… Read more »

Sandy & Dorcas Jones

Congratulations Kendyl.. Your Grandmother Meredith keeps us abreast of your accomplishments and we are very proud of you, too! You have a cheering section
in Brevard, NC.

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