2019 Summer Super League LC Championship
- July 12-14, 2019
- Santa Clara, California
- George Haines International Swim Center
Urlando put together a swim of 3:52.96 to win the men’s 400 free, toppling past his previous best of 3:58.79 set at the meet last year.
The 17-year-old also won the 200 fly in 1:55.71, his third-fastest swim of the year (and fourth overall) trailing his 1:53.84 from the Clovis PSS in June and his 1:54.35 from the Mel Zajac meet in May, and he also claimed the 100 free in 50.50.
Tuggle, 15, won the women’s 100 free (56.69), 400 free (4:16.78) and 800 free (8:51.87), and added runner-up finishes in the 200 free (2:04.70, 2:04.32 prelims) and 200 fly (2:19.80, 2:17.99 prelims).
Three other women picked up multiple victories over the course of the meet.
Mikaela Dahlke won the 200 free in 2:02.32, just off her best of 2:02.16, and also topped the 100 fly in 1:00.76, just off her PB of 1:00.47.
Yulduz Kuchkarova doubled up in the backstroke events, posting up times of 1:03.64 (1:03.60 prelim) and 2:15.82 respectively, and Tara Halsted took the 200 fly (2:17.00) and 400 IM (4:46.19). Her 400 IM performance was a lifetime best by five seconds, improving on her 4:51.24 from way back in 2013.
For the men, in addition to Urlando, Alec Cullen of Palo Alto swept the breaststroke events with showings of 1:04.78 and 2:18.70 respectively, both the second-fastest swims of his career. Another notable swim came from Kyler van Swol, who produced a time of 54.30 in the 100 fly for his fastest swim since 2017.