TritonWear Analysis: Jack Conger 200 Butterfly NCAA Record 1:37.3

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Texas’ Jack Conger had one final chance to win an individual title as a senior at the 2017 Men’s NCAA Championships. That chance came in the finals of the 200 fly. After taking a narrow 2nd last season, Conger wasted no time establishing his lead tonight, blasting a 45.78 opening split en route to a 1:37.35 victory.
With that, Conger took down his own former American Record of 1:38.06 and Joseph Schooling‘s former NCAA Record of 1:37.97, both of which were established at last season’s NCAA meet.

Cal’s Zheng Quah finished 2nd in 1:38.83, making him the 3rd fastest performer ever. Georgia’s Gunnar Bentz shot up to #7 on the all-time top performers list, finishing 3rd in 1:40.07.

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Steve Nolan
4 years ago

MCA.

tea rex
4 years ago

I can’t find the race video anywhere. Any help?

Harambe
4 years ago

Don’t let this distract you from the fact that Texas blew a 3 gold medalist lead in the 800 free relay

WolfPack
Reply to  Harambe
4 years ago

#STATEment

Markster
4 years ago

That’s a funny picture of Jack

DINO
4 years ago

Saw some comments mentioned his turns were better than last year / hit the walls perfectly, from this analysis and race video, I said he missed the first two turns and one or two in the rest. LCM will be better for him with less turns.

DINO
Reply to  DINO
4 years ago

Also agreed with Rowdy, the finish was too short. He still needs to work on his stroke count, that related to his underwater, turns and finish.

tea rex
Reply to  DINO
4 years ago

where is race video?

DINO
Reply to  tea rex
4 years ago

It was on youtube a few days after the race, had been taken down I think.

TexasSwimFan
Reply to  tea rex
4 years ago

Go to ESPNU and search for swimming. Then click on the Replay tab – you can watch Day 3 & 4 Finals of Men’s NCAA there