Even though she was stellar in the pool in Knoxville this weekend, Ashley Twichell’s main focus right now is the Open Water Nats in May. How does she balance training for both open water and pool?
Over the weekend in Knoxville, Michael Andrew gave us a taste of what his event schedule may look like for the 2020 Olympic Trials
Kelsi Dahlia of Cardinal Aquatics is really learning how to back-half. Out in 28.09, she came back in a 29.77, out-splitting everyone else by a second, to clock a 57.86.
With UVA’s victory securely in hand, the Cavaliers exhibitioned the 100 fly, and Fong and Keblish donned tech suits with a specific goal in mind – pushing each other to take down the school and pool records.
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UVA seniors Zach Fong and Bryce Keblish wanted to do something special for their last home meet ever. They exhibitioned the 100 fly and donned tech suits with a specific goal in mind – pushing each other to take down the school and pool records.
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Regan Smith was out like a rocket, turning at 1:02.21 at the 100 mark. She was certainly feeling it down the final length, but she held on and clocked a 2:07.53
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Ryan Murphy already was in a body-length lead off the first 25 meters of the race. Murphy went on to continue breaking away from the field and won with a 53.17
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While Margo Geer looked strong into the last 15 meters, Simone Manuel had the stronger last stroke to out-touch Geer by 0.03. Manuel won the event in a 24.75, Geer took second in a 24.78.
Cal Aquatics’ Dana Vollmer, on her comeback tour, was 59.27. That’s a tenth faster than she was at her first meet back, the 2018 Winter Nationals last month
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