Shaine Casas Has Changed His Technique, Diet, and Habits While Chasing Olympics

2019 ART ADAMSON INVITE

  • Thursday, November 21 – Saturday, November 23, 2019
  • Texas A&M Natatorium, College Station, Texas
  • Prelims 10 AM / Finals 6 PM (U.S. Central Time)
  • Prelims Long Course Meters (LCM) format
  • Finals Short Course Yards (SCY) format
  • Live results

Reported by Spencer Penland.

MEN’S 200 BACK:

  1. Shaine Casas (TAMU) – 1:38.21
  2. Johannes Calloni (STAN) – 1:42.18
  3. Kane Follows (HAWAII) – 1:44.63

Shaine Casas blazed to a new best time, winning the race by 4 seconds. Casas came into the meet with a 1:39.84 best from last season. His 1:38.21 tonight makes Casas the #7 performer all-time in the NCAA, and currently leads the NCAA this season. Casas’ time was also an NCAA A cut, automatically qualifying him for NCAAs in March.

Johannes Calloni was just off his personal best, which sits at 1:41.82 from last year’s PAC 12 Championships.

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Ol' Longhorn

Love this guy. Sky’s the limit. Plus I’m getting a Pete Davidson vibe looking at him.

Irish415

Lol. He’s happy Pete Davidson.

Jabroni Pepperoni

Either that or Remi Malak

AustinPoolBoy

What a rising star! Not going to bet against his making the team

manoj ghimire

sure in 100 BK, competition with Austin Katz for 2nd spot in 200 BK,Chance in 200 IM. Hope to win Gold in Tokyo in 100 BK

ERVINFORTHEWIN

I see him making the Team for Tokyo or Next World champs ……A Star on the rise

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