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Another Irish senior record from Daniel Wiffen closed the curtain on Olympic trials action in Dublin, with four swimmers now with OLY consideration times
She sliced .10 off of her own Irish record, while Eoin Corby and Niamh Coyne looked very good in the men’s and women’s 200 breast semis, respectively.
Ai trials in Irlanda mona McSharry dopo aver fissato il nuovo primato nazionale nei 100, fa il bis nei 200 metri rana femminili
McSharry is now just four tenths of a second from the Olympic qualifying time in the event following her swim of 2:25.92.
Trials Irlanda Durante la sessione finali di mercoledì sono stati stabiliti due record nazionali, nei 100 dorso e 100 stile femminili
Danielle Hill lowered her own Irish record in the 100 back final, taking it from 1:00.48 done in semifinals last night down to a 1:00.34, just off the cut.
Trials Irlands Mona McSharry nelle semifinali dei 100 metri rana femminili ha stabilito il nuovo record qualificandosi per le Olimpiadi
The swim for McSharry allowed her to further lower the Irish national record in the event from the 1:06.97 she swam during prelims.
Mona McSharry, who competes for the University of Tennessee stateside, lowered her own Irish record in the women’s 100 breast.
Swimmers will be gunning for a spot on the Irish Olympic team this week to join Shane Ryan and Darragh Greene who were named to the team in January.
Stanford senior Brooke Forde won an NCAA title in the 400 IM, which adds to the deepest single-event legacy in NCAA D1 women’s swimming & diving.
Even with four key deferrals, the high school class of 2020 lived up to the hype with five massive NCAA scorers (30+ points) and 29 total freshmen scorers.
Virginia’s Class of 2019 / 2023 has been outstanding, with four top-20 recruits all scoring as sophomores and Kate Douglass winning a national title.