RACE VIDEO: Watch David Nolan’s Full Record-Breaking 200 IM

On Thursday, at the 2015 Pac-12 Championships, Stanford senior David Nolan swam the fastest 200 yard IM in history, with a 1:40.07 that just beat-out Ryan Lochte’s post-NCAA 1:40.08 for the new U.S. Open Record.

Below, Stanford assistant media relations director Alan George Tweeted out the full race video. Read more about the record-breaking swim here.

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5 years ago

I spy armpit hair…

1:39 at NCAAs??

Reply to  swimswammer
5 years ago

He’s consistently dropped time at NCAAs so you would think so.

Reply to  WWW
5 years ago

Judging by his reaction, he didn’t expect to swim that fast. Considering that he was just off his bests in the 100 bk and 200 bk, it’s credible that he was on short rest for this meet with partial (no?) shave.

I mean, does anyone NOT shave their armpits when they shave down?

5 years ago

His first pullout was weird. Probably could get under 1:40 with a smoother transition there.

Lane Four
5 years ago

Rowdy was NOT ready for that! Loved his reaction at the end!

Reply to  Lane Four
5 years ago

It’s a good thing it wasn’t close, because Nolan was breathing to one side and wouldn’t have seen whomever on the opposite side.

ole 99
Reply to  swimdoc
5 years ago

He was also circle swimming

Reply to  swimdoc
5 years ago

Perfect lol. I needed a laugh.

Roll Tide!
Reply to  swimdoc
5 years ago

Yes SWIMDOC!!!!!!! lol hilarious

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