2016 U.S. OLYMPIC TRIALS
- Sunday, June 26 – Sunday, July 3, 2016
- CenturyLink Center, Omaha, Nebraska
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Tyler Clary, who finished 8th this morning in the 400 IM prelims, has scratched out of the final, according to his Twitter.
Lot of swimming left, and I will be scratching the 400im tonight in order to focus on the 200 free tomorrow morning, 200 fly and 200 back.
— Tyler Clary (@TylerClary) June 26, 2016
Clary swam a 4:15.41 this morning, well off of his personal best of 4:06.96. His best since 2010 was a 4:09.03, which he was also pretty far off of. He says in his tweet that he’ll be focusing on the 200 free tomorrow morning, along with the 200 fly and 200 back later on in the meet.
Now that Clary is out of lane 8 for the final, Abrahm Devine moves into that last spot tonight.
Devine, a rising sophomore with Stanford University, was 4:15.83 this morning for 9th. That’s a huge new personal best for Devine, who last set his own best time at 4:19.22 in early June.
The qualifiers for tonight’s final are now as follows, in order of their seed for the final:
- Chase Kalisz, 4:11.86
- Ryan Lochte, 4:11.98
- Jay Litherland, 4:12.57
- Gunnar Bentz, 4:13.67
- Sean Grieshop, 4:14.00
- Josh Prenot, 4:14.19
- Michael Weiss, 4:15.21
- Abrahm Devine, 4:15.83
The first alternate is now Austin Snyder at 4:19.57.