Greater Somerset YMCA’s Matt Fallon finished atop the results in four different boys’ events: 100 breast, 200 breast, 200 IM and 400 IM.
The final day of the TYR Spring Festival Wrapped up in Orlando with several more athletes capturing Olympic Trials standards across multiple events.
No 200 breaststroke has ever been swum faster in a pool in the state of Florida than Matt Fallon’s 2:11.33 on Saturday in Orlando.
17-year-old Sara Stotler swam to 2 new Olympic Trials cuts, including earning her first Wave II cut in the 100 butterfly by finishing in 59.58.
GSCY teammates Jack Alexy and Matt Fallon threw down two of the fastest times in age-group history during the final night of the YMCA Festival.
The third night of finals wrapped up at the Y Festival in NJ, featuring UPenn commit Matt Fallon in one of his signature breaststroke events.
Fallon collected his second gold medal of the meet, following his win in the 200 IM on night 1 of the meet with a 5-second PB of 1:45.67.
GSCY’s Matt Fallon dominated in the 200 IM, touching in a time of 1:45.67 to cut 2 seconds off of his best time on night one of the Y Festival in Voorhees.
Matt Fallon, a senior at the Pingry School in New Jersey, wrapped his high school career on Thursday with a National High School Record.
University of Pennsylvania commit Matt Fallon swam a time of 53.68 in the 100 breaststroke, following up his best time in the 1000 freestyle.
UPenn commit Matt Fallon threw down a massive personal best in the 1000 freestyle, swimming a 8:56.67 to move to #31 all-time in the 17-18 age group.
Jack Alexy swam under 20 twice over the weekend, hitting a 19.84 in the prelims and a 19.79 in the finals. This meet marks his first time under 20 in the event.
Torri Huske and Jack Aikins won the individual high point awards, while the TAC Titans and SwimAtlanta won the women and men’s team titles.
Fallon explained how he’s been training through COVID and why he likes warming up all the way until 1-2 minutes before he races at meets.
#8-ranked recruit and high school senior Matt Fallon went seven-tenths of a second under his lifetime-best in the 200-yard breaststroke.