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2019 USA SWIMMING SPEEDO JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Saturday finals heat sheet

The final session of the meet featured the 200 IM, 50 free, women’s 1500, men’s 800, and the 4×100 medley relays.

WOMEN’S 200 IM – FINALS

Medals:

A Finals

B Finals

MEN’S 200 IM – FINALS

Medals:

A Finals

B Finals

WOMEN’S 1500 FREE – FINALS

  • World Record: 15:20.48, 5/16/2018, Katie Ledecky
  • World Junior Record: 15:28.36, 8/21/2014, Katie Ledecky
  • Meet Record: 16:14.67, 8/17/2012, G Ryan
  • U.S. Open Record: 15:20.48, 5/16/2018, Katie Ledecky
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 16:49.19

Medals:

  • GOLD: Sophia Karras (LIAC) – 16:39.40
  • SILVER: Summer Smith (ABF) – 16:44.16
  • BRONZE: Juli Arzave (SBA) – 16:45.09

A Final

WOMEN’S 50 FREE – FINALS

Medals:

A Finals

B Finals

MEN’S 50 FREE – FINALS

  • World Record: 20.91, 12/18/2009, Cesar Cielo
  • World Junior Record: 21.75, 8/25/2017, Michael Andrew
  • Meet Record: 22.13, 8/13/2010, Vladimir Morozov
  • U.S. Open Record: 21.14, 7/9/2009, Cesar Cielo
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 23.19

Medals:

A Finals

B Finals

MEN’S 800 FREE – FINALS

  • World Record: 7:32.12, 7/29/2009, Zhang Lin
  • World Junior Record: 7:45.67, 8/28/2013, Mack Horton
  • Meet Record: 8:01.63, 8/12/2017, Johannes Calloni
  • U.S. Open Record: 7:44.57, 7/29/2018, Zane Grothe
  • Olympic Trials Cut: 8:12.99

Medals:

  • GOLD: James Plage (BEAR) – 8:03.84
  • SILVER: Cole Kuster (PVA) – 8:07.61
  • BRONZE: Brendan Drsicoll (UN) – 8:08.35

A Final

WOMEN’S 4×100 MEDLEY RELAY – FINALS

Top 3:

  • Gold:Dynamo, 4:10.04
  • Silver: SwimMAC, 4:11.54
  • Bronze: Springfield Aquatics, 4:11.66

Heat 6

Heat 5

Heat 4

Heat 3

Heat 2

Heat 1

MEN’S 4×100 MEDLEY RELAY – FINALS

Medals:

  • GOLD: Dynamo Swim Club – 3:44.00
  • SILVER: Sierra Marlins Swim Team – 3:44.19
  • BRONZE: Rose Bowl Aquatics – 3:48.86

Heat 6

Heat 5

Heat 4

Heat 3

Heat 2

Heat 1

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About Reid Carlson

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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