The Top 8 Men in Each Event from Combined Winter Juniors

2016 U.S. WINTER JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS

The 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships  for the East and West are now complete. We’ve gone through the results of each meet and put together lists of the top 8 swimmers in each event from the 2 meets combined. We’ve also listed the top 8 teams in each of the relays. This article is for the men’s events only, so keep an eye out for our women’s version, which will be published soon.

There were 3 individual men’s National Age Group Records broken at the meets, including the 15-16 NAGs in the 200 free and 500 free by Drew Kibler, and the 200 breast 17-18 NAG by Reece Whitley. Those 2 swimmers were also part of a small number of swimmers who are ranked #1 in multiple events in the combined results. Ryan Hoffer, who ranks #1 in 4 races, is the only other swimmer to join them on that list.

**(NOTE: We used finals times for each swimmer when compiling the top 8. To make the top 8 list for combined results, swimmers had to be in the top 8 at their respective juniors meets)**

MEN’S 50 FREE

  1. Ryan Hoffer– 18.71
  2. Drew Kibler– 19.70
  3. Jack Franzman– 19.81
  4. Clayton Bobo– 19.90
  5. Willie Davis– 19.92
  6. Isaac Davis– 19.93
  7. Jack Walker– 20.10
  8. Shaine Casas- 20.16

MEN’S 100 FREE

  1. Ryan Hoffer– 41.71
  2. Drew Kibler– 43.14
  3. Alexei Sancov– 43.46
  4. Jack Walker– 43.52
  5. Jack Franzman– 43.64
  6. Clayton Bobo– 43.84
  7. Matthew Willenbrig- 43.98
  8. Willie Davis– 44.19

MEN’S 200 FREE

  1. Drew Kibler– 1:33.40
  2. Jack Walker– 1:33.73
  3. Alexei Sancov– 1:34.06
  4. Grant House- 1:35.27
  5. Jack LeVant- 1:35.42
  6. Patrick Callan- 1:35.62
  7. Alexander Zettle- 1:36.22
  8. Spencer Carl- 1:36.31

MEN’S 500 FREE

  1. Drew Kibler– 4:15.36
  2. Trey Freeman– 4:16.99
  3. Patrick Callan- 4:19.07
  4. Jake Sannem- 4:19.34
  5. Zach Yeadon– 4:19.67
  6. Alexander Zettle- 4:19.83
  7. Jack LeVant- 4:19.89
  8. Aaron Apel– 4:20.41

MEN’S 1650 FREE

  1. Zach Yeadon– 14:49.90
  2. Aaron Apel– 14:57.71
  3. Trey Freeman– 14:59.33
  4. Johannes Calloni- 15:02.10
  5. Michael Brineger- 15:02.20
  6. Liam Gately- 15:03.51
  7. Brad Gonzales- 15:03.97
  8. Ross Dant- 15:04.02

MEN’S 100 BACK

  1. Ryan Hoffer– 46.27
  2. Daniel Carr– 47.25
  3. Noah Henry- 47.26
  4. Zachary Poti- 47.74
  5. Nicolas Albiero– 48.03
  6. Clark Beach– 48.13
  7. Destin Lasco– 48.25
  8. Shaine Casas- 48.43

MEN’S 200 BACK

  1. Clark Beach– 1:42.59
  2. Daniel Carr– 1:42.80
  3. Destin Lasco– 1:44.02
  4. Noah Henry- 1:44.81
  5. Ethan Harder- 1:45.09
  6. Nicolas Albiero– 1:45.15
  7. Anthony Kim- 1:45.18
  8. Jacob Johnson- 1:45.38

MEN’S 100 BREAST

  1. Reece Whitley– 52.95
  2. MJ Mao- 53.98
  3. Daniel Roy- 54.23
  4. James Daugherty– 54.27
  5. Zane Backer- 54.38
  6. Jason Matthews- 54.54
  7. Keefer Barnum- 54.61
  8. William Chan- 54.62

MEN’S 200 BREAST

  1. Reece Whitley– 1:52.37
  2. Daniel Roy– 1:55.60
  3. Jacob Foster- 1:58.56
  4. Paul DeGrado- 1:58.67
  5. Trent Pellini- 1:58.74
  6. Josh Bottelbergher- 1:58.87
  7. Keefer Barnum- 1:59.23
  8. Matthew Otto- 1:59.34

MEN’S 100 FLY

  1. Ryan Hoffer– 45.47
  2. Camden Murphy– 46.84
  3. Noah Lense- 46.91
  4. Nicolas Albiero– 47.15
  5. Alvin Jiang- 47.25
  6. Ariel Spektor– 47.39
  7. Spencer Carl- 47.61
  8. Shaine Casas- 47.64

MEN’S 200 FLY

  1. Spencer Carl– 1:44.10
  2. Nicolas Albiero– 1:44.21
  3. Jack LeVant- 1:45.20
  4. Andrew Koustik- 1:45.26
  5. Alex Liang– 1:45.55
  6. Corey Gambardella- 1:45.84
  7. Mason Wilby- 1:45.94
  8. Zachary Brown- 1:46.59

MEN’S 200 IM

  1. Reece Whitley– 1:43.93
  2. Bryce Mefford– 1:45.46
  3. Nicolas Albiero– 1:45.63
  4. Alex Liang– 1:45.98
  5. Daniel Carr– 1:46.09
  6. Ariel Spektor– 1:46.57
  7. Shane Blinkman– 1:46.61
  8. Shaine Casas- 1:47.59

MEN’S 400 IM

  1. Alex Liang– 3:46.75
  2. Reece Whitley– 3:47.15
  3. Carson Foster– 3:48.09
  4. Michael Zarian- 3:49.06
  5. Kieran Smith- 3:49.19
  6. Christopher Smith- 3:49.27
  7. Talmadge Davis- 3:49.91
  8. (T-8) Caleb Aman- 3:51.27
  9. (T-8) Johnthomas Larson- 3:51.27

MEN’S 200 FREE RELAY

  1. Scottsdale Aquatic Club- 1:19.29
  2. Bolles- 1:20.44
  3. SwimMAC- 1:21.95
  4. Baylor Swim Club- 1:21.99
  5. Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics- 1:22.01
  6. Irvine Novaquatics- 1:22.06
  7. Bolles ‘B’- 1:22.16
  8. Carmel Swim Club- 1:22.39

MEN’S 400 FREE RELAY

  1. Scottsdale Aquatic Club- 2:57.84
  2. Bolles- 2:58.32
  3. Irvine Novaquatics- 2:59.75
  4. Upper Dublin Aquatic Club- 3:00.25
  5. Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics- 3:00.45
  6. SwimMAC Carolina- 3:00.48
  7. Carmel Aquatic Club- 3:00.85
  8. Zionsville Swim Club- 3:01.00

MEN’S 800 FREE RELAY

  1. Scottsdale Aquatic Club- 6:31.93
  2. Nitro Swimming- 6:32.79
  3. Irvine Novaquatics- 6:33.49
  4. Cincinnati Marlins- 6:34.03
  5. Carmel Swim Club- 6:34.10
  6. (T-6) Bolles- 6:35.34
  7. (T-6) North Texas Nadadores- 6:35.34
  8. Upper Dublin Aquatic Club- 6:35.60

MEN’S 200 MEDLEY RELAY

  1. Scottsdale Aquatic Club- 1:27.11
  2. Bolles- 1:28.27
  3. SwimMAC Carolina- 1:28.85
  4. Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics- 1:30.01
  5. Cincinnati Marlins- 1:30.56
  6. Nitro Swimming- 1:30.59
  7. St. Charles Swim- 1:31.06
  8. Scottsdale Aquatic Club ‘B’- 1:31.10

MEN’S 400 MEDLEY RELAY

  1. Bolles- 3:13.90
  2. Scottsdale Aquatic Club- 3:14.83
  3. Nitro Swimming- 3:17.19
  4. Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics- 3:17.44
  5. Zionsville Swim Club- 3:17.79
  6. Carmel Swim Club- 3:18.80
  7. Dynamo Swim Club- 3:19.65
  8. Memphis Thunder- 3:19.73

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Dawgpaddle
4 years ago

Great compilation of data Thanks!

jdsmitty1
4 years ago

Daniel Roy finished second in the 200 breast. Not Daniel Carr.

nuotofan
4 years ago

John Walker (even if Jack reminds Dolan, the other great 15-16 years old great revelation who swam at Winter Nats)

Sean Justice
4 years ago

It would be cool to score out the combined results as sort of a mythical juniors.

Man these kids are swimming fast

Speed Demon
4 years ago

I think I speak for everyone when I say that I’m disappointed with Ryan Hoffer’s performance. He should be dropping time. Not gaining time. He went in the opposite direction this meet. He should have gone sub 41 in the 100 free this year. It didn’t happen. I shut my computer off as I wallowed in my own disappointment. How is he supposed to be the first man to go a 39.99 if he keeps gaining time in the 100 free. Maybe he peaked? Let’s face it ladies and gentlefish. He’s not the same man he was a year ago.

Paswim
Reply to  Speed Demon
4 years ago

Lol

Dabest
Reply to  Speed Demon
4 years ago

I really hope you’re joking… he’s still only in high school, and he’s one of the fastest sprint freestyler ever. So what if he had one off meet, it happens. Maybe new training next year will do even more wonders for him

Paswim
4 years ago

Kibbler showing Cristian Quintero-esque range!

swim
4 years ago

The 50 list is not correct

Dabest
4 years ago

Why only go by finals results?

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