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Today, USA Swimming announced which athletes were dominant enough to make the National Team.
Arizona’s Brad Tandy cracked the 22-second barrier to win the 50 free on night 5.
One of the highlight swims on the 2nd night of competition came in the women’s 400 free, where 16-year-old Erica Sullivan smashed the 4:10-barrier for the first time to take gold ahead of open water world champ Ashley Twichell.
Check out all the day 1 action here, including Ashley Twichell’s victory in the 800 free.
For South African Brad Tandy, who was cost a trip to the World Championships by visa issues, Sunday’s 50 free will be his proving ground for the year.
Deux Français champions des Etats-Unis, lors de la première journée des compétitions, ce mercredi, à East Meadow. Marie WATTEL a remporté le 100 mètres libre dames et Damien JOLY le 1500 mètres messieurs.
Matt Hutchins of Wisconsin Aquatics is top seed in the men’s 400 free on Day Two of the 2017 U.S. Open.
Gunnar Bentz, 15th in the men’s 400 free, is the only top-16 qualifier to scratch the final on Day Two of the 2017 U.S. Open.
Arkady Vyatchanin of New York Athletic Club is top seed in the men’s 200 backstroke on Thursday.
Ashley Twichell‘s lead was never in question, as the NCAC swimmer and open water world champion led from start to finish with an 8:30.63 to top the 800 field by over 4 seconds
A pair of wins by French swimmers and a victory by World Championships gold medalist Ashley Twichell headlined day one of the 2017 U.S. Open.
Cassidy Bayer landed a spot in the current top 6 thanks to her prelims performance in the 200 fly.