WATCH: Race Videos from Night 5 of the 2017 US Junior Nationals

2017 SPEEDO JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

Below, check out the race videos from all of the A final action on the final night of the 2017 US Junior National Championships. Among the highlights last night were Scarlet Aquatics’ Johannes Calloni breaking Chad la Tourette’s meet record in his 800 free win, the Foster brothers Carson and Jake going head-to-head in the 200 IM, and Chelsea Piers’ Kate Douglass pulling off a 200 IM-50 free double, winning the former and taking 3rd in the latter.

GIRLS 200 IM – FINALS

Top 3:

  1. Kate Douglass, CPAC – 2:15.09
  2. Olivia Carter, EAC – 2:15.12
  3. Kristen Romano, LIAC – 2:15.15

 

BOYS 200 IM – FINALS

Top 3:

  1. Carson Foster, RAYS – 2:01.97
  2. Jake Foster, RAYS – 2:02.88
  3. Shaine Casas, NTRO – 2:03.06

 

GIRLS 1500 FREESTYLE – TIMED FINALS

Top 3:

  1. Erica Sullivan, SAND – 16:21.74
  2. Taylor Ault, RMDA – 16:31.55
  3. Kate Sanderson, CSST – 16:33.48

GIRLS 50 FREESTYLE – FINALS

Top 3:

  1. Anya Goeders, MAKO – 25.26
  2. Grace Ariola, BNY – 25.38
  3. Kate Douglass, CPAC – 25.54

 

BOYS 50 FREESTYLE – FINALS

Top 3:

  1. Sid Farber, PAC – 22.89
  2. Will Davis, BSS – 22.99
  3. Shaine Casas, NTRO – 23.05

 

BOYS 800 FREESTYLE – TIMED FINALS

Top 3:

  1. Johannes Calloni, SCAR – 8:01.63
  2. Alexander Zettle, LAC – 8:03.30
  3. Lleyton Plattel, PLS – 8:11.39

 

GIRLS 4×100 MEDLEY RELAY – TIMED FINALS

Top 3:

  1. Bloomington Waves – 4:09.53
  2. SwimMAC – 4:10.96
  3. Fort Collins Area Swim Team – 4:12.18

BOYS 4×100 MEDLEY RELAY – TIMED FINALS

Top 3:

  1. Mason Manta Rays – 3:46.26
  2. Bolles School Sharks – 3:47.78
  3. King Aquatic Club – 3:48.71

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Hello SwimSwamSwum

Is it just me or was Zettle surging every other stroke for the 800 free during the last 200 of it?

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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