Tyler Clary – I Knew I wasn’t Going To Be 100% This Summer – Video Interview

It was all Tom Shields of California Aquatics in the final of the men’s 200 butterfly. He took it out very aggressivley, leading the first 50 and hitting the 100 in 54.22. Tyler Clary was in second down the third lap of the race. Clary tried reeling him in in the final 100, but Shields had too much of a lead. Shields touched the wall to secure his Pan Pac’s roster spot and the national title with his time of 1:55.09. Clary finished second with his time of 1:56.00. Chase Kalisz finished third, dropping slightly from his morning swim at 1:56.50. Finishing in fourth was Andrew Seliskar. He touched the wall at 1:56.65, just off of the junior world record in this event of 1:56.42.

Kyle Whitaker went 1:56.67 to finish fifth, followed by Bobbly Bollier at 1:57.95.

Rounding out the top 8 of the men’s 200 butterfly was Tom Luchsinger and John Martens at 1:58.13 and 1:58.27.

Ben Colley from North Carolina Aquatic Club looked strong, pulling ahead on the third 50 of the men’s 200 butterfly. He touched the wall to win a 1:56.54. That is just over a second drop for Colley from his morning swim, moving him into the top 20 in the world this year. Steve Schmuhl finished second from lane 8 with his time of 1:58.64.

Justin Lynch from Terrapins Swim Club dropped over a second from his morning swim to win the C-final of the men’s 200 butterfly with his time of 1:59.26.

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bobo gigi

Mr Clary doesn’t make the headlines this week but he’s swimming very well.
His last 50 in the 200 back were very impressive.

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