Virginia Gators’ Olivia Bray Breaks 17-18 100 FL NAG

Virginia Senior Championships

  • February 28th- March 3rd, 2019
  • Stafford, Virginia
  • Results via Meet Mobile under “2019 VSI SC Senior Championships”

After only 3 days of rest, Virginia Gators swimmer and University of Texas commit Olivia Bray has broken the girls 17-18 SCY 100 fly NAG record on Friday at the Virginia Senior Championships. Bray demolished the 2016 mark of 51.02 with a new time of 50.19.

Comparative Splits

Olivia Bray, 2019 Ann Ochitwa, 2016
23.49 23.54
26.70 27.48
50.19 51.02

Bray’s 50.19 not only tops the 17-18 rankings, but also made the all-time performances and performers list for the SCY 100 fly. Her time is now #8 on the all-time performers list.

Women’s All-Time SCY 100 FL Performers List

  1. Louise Hansson- 49.34, 2019
  2. Kelsi Dahlia- 49.43, 2016
  3. Maggie MacNeil- 49.59, 2018
  4. Erika Brown- 49.85, 2018
  5. Natalie Coughlin- 50.01, 2002
  6. Farida Osman – 50.05, 2017
  7. Rachel Komisarz-Baugh- 50.10, 2007
  8. Olivia Bray– 50.19, 2019
  9. Hellen Moffitt- 50.37, 2018
  10. Janet Hu- 50.38, 2017

Note: later in the evening, USC’s Louise Hansson swam the fastest-ever 100 fly of 49.34.

Her previous personal best in the event was a 51.38, set at the 2018 AM 57th Annual Christmas meet, where it was ranked #8 on the all-time 17-18 rankings.

Bray first rose up in the rankings at the 2018 US Nationals, where her LCM 100 fly (58.08) ranked #3 on the all-time 17-18 rankings.

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Hswimmer

Well damn

SwimGeek

Dude. I thought Torri Huske’s 51.2 was impressive (granted Huske is a sophomore)

Random123

your list is missing Hansson (even before tonight’s record)

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