WATCH: Day 2 Race Videos From 2017 US Junior Nationals

2017 Speedo Junior National Championships

Below are all the championship finals from Day 2 at 2017 U.S. Junior National Championships, courtesy of USA Swimming on YouTube. All ‘B’ and ‘C’ finals can be found on USA Swimming’s YouTube page.

Check out a full recap of tonight’s finals here.

Girls 200 Backstroke – Finals

  1. GOLD- Lucie Nordmann, MAC-GU 2:10.99
  2. SILVER- Sinclair Larson, MAC-NC 2:12.92
  3. BRONZE- Isabelle Stadden, FAST-MN 2:13.79

Boys 200 Backstroke – Finals

  1. GOLD- Carson Foster, RAYS 1:59.40
  2. SILVER- Ethan Harder, BAC-MT 2:00.12
  3. BRONZE- Chris Thames, MAAC 2:01.44

Girls 100 Freestyle – Finals

  1. GOLD- Kenisha Liu, BREA 55.36
  2. SILVER- Lucie Nordmann, MAC-GU 55.76
  3. BRONZE- Kelly Pash, CSC 56.05

Boys 100 Freestyle – Finals

  1. GOLD- Alexei Sancov, TERA 49.78
  2. SILVER- Destin Lasco, PVA 50.46
  3. BRONZE- Alexander Zettle, LAC 50.52

 Girls 400 IM – Finals

  1. GOLD- Lindsay Looney, MTRO 4:47.42
  2. SILVER- Kristen Romano, LIAC 4:47.47
  3. BRONZE- Katie Glavinovich, AZOT 4:47.60

Boys 400 IM – Finals

  1. GOLD- Jake Foster, RAYS 4:19.40
  2. SILVER- Jack LeVant, NTN 4:22.11
  3. BRONZE- Jarod Arroyo, FORK 4:22.30

Girls 4×100 Freestyle Relay – Timed Finals

  1. GOLD- Austin Swim Club 3:47.87
  2. SILVER- SwimMAC Carolina ‘A’ 3:47.90
  3. BRONZE- Lakeside Aquatic Club 3:48.26

Boys 4×100 Freestyle Relay – Timed Finals

  • Meet: 3:24.62 -Indiana University Swim Team (I Finnerty, M Irwin, B Colonis, B Pieroni)
  1. GOLD- Mason Manta Rays 3:25.46
  2. SILVER- SwimMAC Carolina ‘A’ 3:26.53
  3. BRONZE- Irvine Novaquatics 3:26.79

 

 

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Anne Lepesant

Anne Lepesant is the mother of four daughters, all of whom swim/swam in college. With an undergraduate degree from Princeton (where she was an all-Ivy tennis player) and an MBA from INSEAD, she worked for many years in the financial industry, both in France and the U.S. Anne is currently …

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