Texas, NC State, Zona Men/Women Swim Suited 25’s, 75’s (Race Videos)

On Day 2 of their tri-meet (if you didn’t see the race videos from Day 1, click here), the entirety of the Texas, NC State, and Arizona men’s and women’s swimming teams suited up and went off the blocks. They weren’t swimming regular distances, however. For every 200, there was a 150. For every 100, there was a 75. And for the 50? You guessed it. A 25 freestyle. Watch the shorter race videos below:

Womens 75 Free

Mens 75 Free

Womens 75 Breast

Mens 75 Breast

Womens 75 Fly

Mens 75 Fly

Mens 75 Back

Womens 25 Free

Mens 25 Free

Mens 50 Free

Mens Mixed 25 Free

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JP input is too short

Hmm, I was wondering why some of those times were so fast. Just a good suited lactate set!

hmmmm

Is it just me or was the men’s 25 free really slow?

JJJ

I was thinking this myself. 10 second 25s are nothing special, paricularly at a collegiate level. Wonder if there was some sort of timing malfunction?

BSD

The times for the top finishers (Shebat and Molacek) didn’t register. They finished a good bit ahead of the person who went 9.9

baeleb cressel

overheard from the pool deck that Molacek was 8.4 or 8.6 (one of the NCS coaches called it out)

Kripkenstein

But then the guy in lane 7 says 10.3 and he finished ahead of the 9.9

Ol' Longhorn

I don’t know 13’s and 14’s in the outside lanes seem about right.

Jimbo

Austin Katz going a 13 in a 25? Uhh have a hard time believing anyone here even cruising went 13-14

PsychoDad

Katz did not go 13 seconds – somebody was having fun with those times, or touchpads severely malfunctioned, if they had any at all working there.

Bigboy21

Any chance of seeing the longer races?

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