WATCH: Race videos from Day 2 at the Pan Pacific Championships

The second day of the Pan Pacific Championships has wrapped up in Australia, and for swim fans wanting to catch up on all this action, we’ve put together all the race videos we could find from day 2.

Read our full day 2 recap from Troy Gennaro here.

Read our 8 Big Things from Day 2 post from Jared Anderson here.

Women’s 100 Breast

Men’s 100 Breast

Men’s 100 Free

Women’s 4×200 free relay

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whoknows
7 years ago

Thanks! Thanks! Thanks!

Danjohnrob
7 years ago

You’re aces, Jared! Seriously, I’m giving the toast at your wedding buddy! 🙂

mcgillrocks
Reply to  Danjohnrob
7 years ago

Is that a reference to “Bone”?

Danjohnrob
Reply to  mcgillrocks
7 years ago

I’m sorry, I don’t know what “Bone” is; but it is a line from a TV show I love, and it might have been a reference to another movie or TV show because the program I’m quoting from often does that.

fluidg
7 years ago

Such a shame for Cordes. He clearly out swam everyone on the 2nd 50. Could have been a gold and a PR. These difficult experiences will make him stronger and will serve him one day. I hope he nails the 200.

Lane Four
7 years ago

I don’t care if he placed fourth in this race, Phelps was outstanding. Nothing against the medal winners. Kudos to all three. But Phelps showed the intensity he did NOT have in Irvine. Without a doubt, he is back and the 200IM and 100 Fly are going to be special.

Danjohnrob
Reply to  Lane Four
7 years ago

He got a great draft from Nathan, that’s for sure!

Lane Four
7 years ago

By the way, does anyone know the NBC schedule for this weekend???

We Love Phelps
Reply to  Lane Four
7 years ago

saturday 3:30-4:30pm
sunday 1:00-2:30pm
eastern time 😀

Danjohnrob
7 years ago

OMG! I’m moving to Canada! Their commentators are awesome, and their networks let them see the video before the US does!

Joel Lin
7 years ago

Any video for the men’s 800 fr? Bobo in the house?

northern sue
Reply to  Joel Lin
7 years ago

Where is our dear Bobo? I fear he has been kidnapped. He has not commented once on Pan Pacs!

7 years ago

Thanks for the videos. Anyone else notice how it is to “read” the pool when the YELLOW LANE LINES are used in lanes 4-5? US Swimming took a small step in this direction at Irving Nat’ls when they used Black/White lane lines in 4-5 and Red/White for the other lanes. But YELLOW is the easiest to “read” by far!

About Jared Anderson

Jared Anderson

Jared Anderson swam for nearly twenty years. Then, Jared Anderson stopped swimming and started writing about swimming. He's not sick of swimming yet. Swimming might be sick of him, though. Jared was a YMCA and high school swimmer in northern Minnesota, and spent his college years swimming breaststroke and occasionally pretending …

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