Race Video: Men’s 200 IM Final at LA Invite – Meet Record for Justin James

Watch Justin James of Australia take down the meet record in the men’s 200 IM at Los Angeles Invitational. James won the event by nearly half a pool length in 2:00.49. (Lane 1 is at the top of the screen.)

Lane 1 Ryan Nelson, GWSC  2:08.82
Lane 2 Hayden Duplechain, FAST  2:06.78
Lane 3 Garrett Chin, PASA  2:07.93
Lane 4 Justin James, AUS  2:00.49M
Lane 5 Andrew Porter, FORD  2:07.08
Lane 6 Mark Szaranek, SCOT  2:05.10
Lane 7 Nolan Rogers, GWSC  2:08.03
Lane 8 Liam Karas, AZOT  2:09.27

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Half a pool length is a bit of hyperbole! It was more like a few bodylengths, but still quite impressive. Will Justin be able to swim in the Commonwealth Games?

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