Watch Day 4 Finals Race Videos From the 2019 U.S. National Championships

2019 U.S. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Tonight’s session features finals of the 400 freestyle, 100 breaststroke, 100 backstroke, and men’s 4 x 200 freestyle relay.

WOMEN’S 400 FREESTYLE – FINALS

  • World Record: Katie Ledecky (United States), 2016, 3:56.46
  • American Record: Katie Ledecky, 2016, 3:56.46
  • Championship Record: Katie Ledecky (United States), 2017, 3:58.44
  • U.S. Open Record: Katie Ledecky (United States), 2018, 3:57.94
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 4:16.89

TOP 3:

A Final:

B Final:

MEN’S 400 FREESTYLE – FINALS

  • World Record: Paul Biedermann (Germany), 2009, 3:40.07
  • American Record: Larsen Jensen (United States), 2008, 3:42.78
  • Championship Record: Larsen Jensen, 2008, 3:43.53
  • U.S. Open Record: Larsen Jensen (United States), 2008, 3:42.78
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 3:57.29

TOP 3:

A Final:

B Final:

WOMEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

  • World Record: Lilly King (United States), 2017, 1:04.13
  • American Record: Lilly King, 2017, 1:04.13
  • Championship Record: Lilly King (United States), 2018, 1:04.95
  • U.S. Open Record: Jessica Hardy (United States), 2009, 1:04.45
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 1:10.99

TOP 3:

A Final:

B Final:

MEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINALS

  • World Record: Adam Peaty (Great Britain), 2019, 56.88
  • American Record: Kevin Cordes, 2017, 58.64
  • Championship Record: Kevin Cordes (United States), 2017, 58.74
  • U.S. Open Record: Kevin Cordes (United States), 2017, 58.74
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 1:03.29

TOP 3:

A Final:

B Final:

WOMEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE – FINALS

  • World Record: Regan Smith (United States), 2019, 57.57
  • American Record: Regan Smith, 2019, 57.57
  • Championship Record: Kathleen Baker (United States), 2018, 58.00
  • U.S. Open Record: Kathleen Baker (United States), 2018, 58.00
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 1:02.69

TOP 3:

A Final:

B Final:

MEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE – FINALS

  • World Record: Ryan Murphy (United States), 2016, 51.85
  • American Record: Ryan Murphy, 2016, 51.85
  • Championship Record: Aaron Piersol (United States), 2009, 51.94
  • U.S. Open Record: Aaron Piersol (United States), 2009, 51.94
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 56.59

TOP 3:

A Final:

B Final:

MEN’S 4 X 200 FREESTYLE RELAY – FINALS

  • World Record: United States (Phelps, Berens, Walters, Lochte), 2009, 6:58.55
  • American Record: Phelps, Berens, Walters, Lochte, 2009, 6:58.55
  • Championships Record: Olsen, Robinson, Werth, Gjersten, 7:12.35
  • U.S. Open Record: Phelps, Vanderkaay, Berens, Lochte, 2010, 7:03.84

TOP 3:

  • GOLD: Australia, 7:14.61
  • SILVER: Ohio State University, 7:16.40
  • BRONZE: Aggie Swim Club, 7:22.17

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Verram
1 year ago

Elijah winnington is so cute in that 400 free interview .. he’s very self-aware swimmer and knows he’s got a lot of homework to do between now and the Aussie Olympic trials .. missing worlds probably did him a lot of good motivation-wise as it’s a wake up call before Tokyo 2020

By the way who was doing the poolside interviews ? Is she a former swimmer ?

Awsi Dooger
1 year ago

Appreciate these videos, and especially tonight since the early races weren’t covered by the network broadcast, due to volleyball running long

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Reid Carlson

Reid Carlson originally hails from Clay Center, Kansas, where he began swimming at age six.  At age 14 he began swimming club year-round and later with his high school team, making state all four years.  He was fortunate enough to draw the attention of Kalamazoo College where he went on to …

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