WATCH: Day 4 A Final Videos from the 2017 US Junior Nationals

2017 SPEEDO JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Check out all of the A final action from Day 4 of the US Junior National Championships (courtesy of USA Swimming’s YouTube page) below. You can view all of the videos, along with B and C final footage, on their Youtube channel right here.

One of the most exciting races last night came from the boys 200 breast A final, where King Aquatic Club’s Daniel Roy posted a 2:11.25 to win the 200 breast, breaking the meet record and nearly going faster than Kevin Cordes’ 17-18 NAG record.

GIRLS 200 FREESTYLE – FINALS

  1. Easop Lee, NBAC 2:00.09
  2. Kenisha Liu, Brea Aquatics 2:00.34
  3. Lauren Pitzer, Lakeside Aquatic Club 2:00.39

BOYS 200 FREESTYLE – FINALS

  1. Alexander Zettle, Lakeside Aquatic Club 1:49.13
  2. Jack LeVant, North Texas Nadadores 1:50.25
  3. Carson Foster, Mason Manta Rays 1:50.44

GIRLS 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

  1. Zoie Hartman, Crow Canyon 2:28.09
  2. Claire Donan, Triton Swimming 2:30.21
  3. Rachel Ramey, Texas Ford 2:30.25

BOYS 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

  1. Daniel Roy, King Aquatic Club 2:11.25
  2. AJ Bornstein, Ridgefield 2:13.96
  3. Jake Foster, Mason Manta Rays 2:14.34

GIRLS 100 BACKSTROKE – FINALS

  1. Isabelle Stadden, FAST 1:01.23
  2. Lucie Nordmann, Magnolia 1:01.63
  3. Grace Haskett, Indiana Swim Team 1:01.88

BOYS 100 BACKSTROKE – FINALS

  1. Carson Foster, Mason Manta Rays 55.61
  2. Shaine Casas, Nitro 55.79
  3. Glen Cowand, Katy Aquatic Team 56.19

GIRLS 4X200 FREE RELAY

  1. Magnolia Aquatic Club 8:10.64
  2. Austin Swim Club 8:13.97
  3. SwimMAC 8:15.34

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Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studies and swims at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and has been in the pool ever since. He misses Vine.

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