Winter National Race Videos: Day 3 Women

Below are the individual race videos for the women’s 400 IM, 100 butterfly, 200 Freestyle, 100 Breaststroke and 100 backstroke. The name following the event and heat is the heat winner, along with their final time. To read the full finals recap from day 3 of the winter national championship meet, click here. Above, Kelsi Worrell wins the 100 fly in 50.91, earning an NCAA “A” cut.

Women’s 400 IM – C Final – Madison Homovich, 4:14.17

Women’s 400 IM – B Final – Abby Chin, 4:12.16

Women’s 400 IM – A Final – Lindsey Clary, 4:09.87

Women’s 100 Butterfly – C Final – Gia Dalesandro, 53.45

Women’s 100 Butterfly – B Final – Veroinca Burchill, 52.95

Women’s 100 Butterfly – A Final – Kelsi Worrell

Women’s 200 Freestyle – C Final – Becca Postoll, 1:46.66

Women’s 200 Freestyle – B Final – Patricia Castro Ortega, 1:46.18

Women’s 200 Freestyle – A Final – Katie Ledecky, 1:42.39

Women’s 100 Breaststroke – C Final – Claire Conlon, 1:01.48

Women’s 100 Breaststroke – B Final – Miranda Tucker, 1:00.01

Women’s 100 Breaststroke – A Final – Molly Hannis, 58.42

Women’s 100 Backstroke – C Final – Grace Ariola, 53.97
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Women’s 100 Backstroke – B Final – Anu Mihipali, 52.97
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Women’s 100 Backstroke – A Final – Brooklyn Snodgrass, 51.59
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bobo gigi

Thanks to USA swimming for the videos. But please don’t forget day 4 with both American records.
Other thing, don’t be pleased with the world championships of the US team.
What I’ve just read on your website is very weird.
You look pleased because you have the biggest number of medals and because you won the team points. Well, I thought USA had much more ambition.
That meet was disappointing for the US team. Open your eyes. But it was not surprising. Start to change your qualifying pricedures and it will be already better.
Article here.

bobo gigi


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