Ryan Murphy: At this point, 52’s are the expectation (Video)

Produced by Coleman Hodges.

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.

MEN’S 100 BACK:

  1. Ryan Murphy– 53.08
  2. Jacob Pebley- 54.27
  3. Taylor Dale- 55.36

Ryan Murphy dominated the men’s 100 back, finishing over a body length ahead of the field. Murphy split a 25.75 at the 50 on his way to a 53.08. Murphy’s teammate Jacob Pebley was the 2nd place finisher, clocking a 54.27.

Behind the Cal teammates, 3rd went to Taylor Dale, who posted a 55.36 to hold off Michael Taylor (55.53) andCorey Main (55.73).

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JM90
6 years ago

I am a bit slow on US yard swimming and the like but I haven’t heard Jacob Pebley being touted as having a chance at Trials – he seems to be consistent, especially in the 200. Does he not have a chance of making the team?

bobo gigi
6 years ago

No doubt Murphy has the world record in him next summer.
But what interests me much more is to see if he can swim his best race in a middle lane in a big final with much pressure.
When he swims relaxed then he can swim crazy fast times. I still need to see him beat big names one to one keeping his composure in the last 25.
Times don’t count next summer. Only places count.
First answer on Tuesday, June 28 against veterans Grevers and Plummer.

Victor P
6 years ago

That WR is toast with all these fast contestants in this event.

PVK
6 years ago

If he doesn’t choke he should go under 52 in Omaha. He certainly has the capability

6 years ago

Dang.. 52 in season is the expectation… Looking forward to all of these guy (US & Intl) going after this WR.

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