WATCH: McHugh’s 1:53 200 Breast and Race Videos from YMCA Nats Day 2

2018 YMCA SHORT COURSE NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Night two of the 2018 YMCA National Championships featured a huge swim from Door County’s Maxwell McHugh, who lowered his own meet record with a 1:53.59 in the 200 breast. He now ranks 5th in history in the 17-18 age group. Also coming through with big swims was Brendan Burns of Upper Main Line, who won both the 200 back (1:42.17) and the 100 fly (46.61).

Check out all of the ‘A’ final race videos below.

GIRLS 200 MEDLEY RELAY

  1. Fanwood Scotch Plains (1:42.70)
  2. Red Bank/Cheshire (1:42.79) *TIE*

BOYS 200 MEDLEY RELAY

  1. Upper Main Line (1:31.25)
  2. Lakeland Hills (1:32.28)
  3. Somerset Hills (1:32.29)

GIRLS 200 BACK

  1. Paige Hetrick (Bradford) – 1:54.73
  2. Olivia Harper (Bath Area) – 1:57.00
  3. Grace Kayal (Red Bank) – 1:57.21

BOYS 200 BACK

  1. Brendan Burns (Upper Main Line) – 1:42.17
  2. Ross Dant (Hickory Foundation) – 1:44.54
  3. Jack Alexy (Somerset Hills) – 1:46.59

GIRLS 100 FLY

  1. Megan Glass (Blue Ash) – 53.42
  2. Annika McEnroe (Spartanburg) – 54.11
  3. Olivia Taylor (Orlando) – 54.95

BOYS 100 FLY

  1. Brendan Burns (Upper Main Line) – 46.61
  2. Oliver Zmetrovich (North Shore) – 48.69
  3. Alexander Margherio (Birmingham) – 48.75

GIRLS 200 BREAST

  1. Charity Pittard (Boise) – 2:13.42
  2. Sammie Eyolfson (Boise) – 2:14.13
  3. Lizzy Colwell (New Canaan) – 2:14.89

BOYS 200 BREAST

  1. Maxwell McHugh (Door County) – 1:53.59
  2. Matt Fallon (Somerset Valley) – 1:59.23
  3. Brett Riley (Sarasota) – 2:00.30

GIRLS 400 FREE RELAY

  1. Wesport/Weston (3:21.76)
  2. Cheshire (3:22.89)
  3. York (3:24.08)

BOYS 400 FREE RELAY

  1. Somerset Hills (3:00.37)
  2. Upper Main Line (3:01.89)
  3. Boise (3:03.23)

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Zach

McHugh is a tank

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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