WATCH: Emory’s Andrew Wilson Swim 1:50.80 in 200 Breast at D3s

DIVISION III MEN’S SWIMMING AND DIVING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Emory senior Andrew Wilson broke his last NCAA Division 3 Record of the 2017 Championships on Saturday with a 1:50.80 in the 200 yard breaststroke. That times him as the 6th-fastest performer in the history of the event.

Below is a video of Wilson’s swim, thanks to Daniel MacQuarrie.

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Josh
4 years ago

His turns are insane. Wow

Votehillary
4 years ago

No splash

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4 years ago

lots of splash

PsychoDad
4 years ago

You will see one just like that next week too. Eddie style. Head up, high, squeeze elbows in, delay head up and breath.

Bill Bell
4 years ago

What’ll he do this week when he swims in the D1 meet against Will Licon $ Co.?

Oh DIi/ Iii swimmers can no longer swim in the D1 meet even if they make the current?

C’mon, NCAA, cut ’em some slack.

Mitch
4 years ago

What if he had a race??? Under 1:50 ???

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