It’s 14-year-old Erin Gemmell vs 16-year-old Ashley Strouse for the second individual entry in the 200 free. That takes place in tonight’s B final.
Day 2 of the 2019 U.S. National Championships includes prelims of three events: the 200 freestyle, 200 breaststroke, and 200 backstroke.
Today’s morning session begins with heats of the 200 fly and 100 free, and timed finals of the women’s 800 free and men’s 1500 free.
Dare Rose, also 16, won the men’s 200 fly with a 2:00.35, narrowly beating Jonathan Gomez (2:00.43).
Skirboll won the first event of the meet, the women’s 200 IM, clocking a 2:19.15 to break 2:20 for the first time in her career.
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Dare Rose and Mariah Denigan set sectional meet records on the closing day of the Indy sectional meet, both in the distance events.
The third day of the Indy Sectional meet, national team members Devon Nowicki and Kaersten Meitz graced the top of the podium in the finals session.
Four meet records fell on the second day of Indy Sectionals, including Richard Poplawski’s 11-12 NAG in the 400 IM.
It should also be noted that his time converts to 1:52.68 for LCM, which is actually faster than the current National Age Group Record, held by Dare Rose.
National Age Group record-holder and long course standout Dare Rose has made an early commitment to the University of California. He should join the Golden Bears in the fall of 2020.
Jacob Pebley of Team Elite showcased his versatility and snuck by the middle of the pool out of lane 2 for the win.
Hali Flickinger is slated to swim the 200 back and 200 fly at day 4 prelims of U.S. Winter Nationals in Greensboro.
American Record holder Kevin Cordes is slated to swim the men’s 100 breast on day 3 at the U.S. Winter Nationals in Greensboro.
Nathan Adrian will contest the men’s 50 free on day 2 of the U.S. Winter National Championships in Greensboro.