Race Video: Micah Lawrence Comes From Behind To Win 200 Breaststroke

WOMEN’S 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

At the 100, Breeja Larson has close to a body length lead ahead of Micah Lawrence and Melanie Margalis. In the final 50, Micah Lawrence reeled in Larson and passed her, finishing with a body length lead at the wall. Lawrence reached in for the win with the 6th fastest time in the world this year at 2:23.05. Breeja Larson finished second at 2:24.16. Both of those swimmers will make the 2014 Pan Pac’s team. Melanie Margalis finished third with her time of 2:25.27.

Molly Hannis finished fourth with her time of 2:29.o6. Andee Cottrell added a fifth place finish with her time of 2:29.15. Emma Reaney was sixth at 2:29.27.

Kaylin Burchell and Annie Lazor round out the final 8 of the women’s 200 breaststroke with their times of 2:29.29 and 2:30.30.

Annie Zhu won the B-final of the women’s 200 breaststroke with her time of 2:27.83, dropping a second and a half from her morning swim. Andrea Kropp was second with her time of 2:27.97.

Emily Kopas won the C-final of the women’s 200 breaststroke with her time of 2:29.63, dropping two seconds from her morning swim.

A-Final:

B-Final:

C-Final:

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Loren

Please note the last turn for Micah. Is it better to carry the speed from the turn with the short pull out or still use a full pull out?

Danjohnrob

I hope Breeja’s coach suggests to her that going out at world record pace might be a little too quick; but I guess she’s feeling speedy, and that bodes well for the 100!

She swam very well, she is really improving

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