SandenoSquad Leads the TYR Pro Swim Atlanta Standings after Day 1


Tonight in Atlanta, Kaitlin Sandeno‘s SwimSquad got off to fantastic start, picking up 30 team points with three scoring-event wins. Though butterfly scorer Sarah Gibson didn’t make her A final, the team picked up a ton of points from Zane Grothe‘s win in the 400 free, Andrew Wilson‘s win in the 100 breast, and Jack Conger‘s Pro Swim record-breaking performance in the 100 fly, where he became the 5th-fastest American in history.

KrayzelburgSquad, which won the point-total competition in Austin, sits second for the weekend after tonight. Two second-place finishes from Kelsi Worrell and Ashley Twichell made a huge contribution to the 20-point total, while Nic Fink‘s 5th-place scored 4 points for the team.

A win from Nathan Adrian in the 100 free plus finals swims from Pace Clark and Kevin Cordes sets Jason Lezak‘s Squad third in the rankings with 14 points, while CoughlinSquad’s lower-finish scores from Melanie Margalis and Kevin Cordes garnered 4 points.

Current Points – Atlanta

Running Points
SandenoSquad 30
Krayzelburg Squad 20
LezakSquad 14
CoughlinSquad  4
SandenoSquad   30
Starter Events Points
Free Zane Grothe 400/800 10
Back Jacob Pebley 100/200  –
Breast Andrew Wilson 100/200 10
Fly Sarah Gibson 100/200 0
IM Michael Andrew 200/400  –
Flex Jack Conger 100/200 Fly 10
LezakSquad   14
Starter Points
Free Nathan Adrian 50/100 10
Back ———– ——–
Breast Kevin Cordes 50/100 1
Fly Pace Clark 100/200 4
IM Josh Prenot 200/400
Flex Clark Smith 400/800FR  –
CoughlinSquad   4
Starter Points
Free Erica Sullivan 800/1500  –
Back Ryan Murphy 100/200  –
Breast Melanie Margalis 100/200 3
Fly Tom Shields 100/200 1
IM Madisyn Cox 200/400  –
Flex Hali Flickinger 200FL/400IM  –
KrayzelburgSquad   20
Starter Points
Free Amanda Kendall 50/100 0
Back Olivia Smoliga 100  –
Breast Nic Fink 100/200 4
Fly Kelsi Worrell 100/200 8
IM Chase Kalisz 200/400  –
Flex Ashley Twichell 800/1500FR 8

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3 years ago

Clark Smith with that 400/800 IM… nice

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Hannah Hecht grew up in Kansas and spent most of her childhood trying to convince coaches to let her swim backstroke in freestyle sets. She took her passion to Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa and swam at NAIA Nationals all four years. After graduating in 2015, she moved to …

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