August 16, 2022

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Day Two Prelims Live Recap

Day Two Prelims Live Recap

2022 Summer Citizens of the United States

Wednesday PRELIMS HEAT SHEET

The second day of 2022 is an American citizen here, and with him we have 200 free breasts, 200 breasts, and 200 backs.

Katie Ledecky She is scheduled to compete in the women’s 200 free race this morning after withdrawing from the event at the World Championships in Budapest. Ledecky had a tense performance at the international team trials in April, so it will be exciting to see what she has in store today.

World champions team member Ryan White She is the top seed in the women’s 200 linebacker class, where she will have a chance to break the LCM Nationals record as well as the US Open record.

similarly, Kieran Smith She is ranked #1 in the Men’s 200 Free by a healthy margin. After his amazing flight of 200 flies last night, Cal Gabriel Jett He will be someone to watch out for in this race as well.

200 Freedom for Women – The Beginning

  • World record – 1: 52.98, Federica Pellegrini (2009)
  • American Record – 1:53.61, Alison Schmidt (2012)
  • US Open Record – 1:54.40, Alison Schmidt (2012)
  • LC Nationals record – 1:54.40, Alison Schmidt (2012)
  • Junior World Record – 1:54.79, Summer McIntosh (2022)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Katie Ledecky – 1: 56.75
  2. Erin Gemmell – 1: 57.12
  3. Claire Toggle – 1: 58.74
  4. Chloe Stepanek – 1:59.49
  5. Kavan Jorsen – 1:59.56
  6. Natalie Manion – 1: 59.72
  7. Anna Pebloski – 1: 59.87
  8. Gemma Kony – 2: 00.14

Unsurprisingly, star Katie Ledecky He led the field this morning, cruising to 1:56.75. We can expect Ledecky to be at least a little bit faster tonight, but she put up a really nice race this morning nonetheless. After a 27.86 split in the 50’s opening, Ledecky split 29.40, 29.89 and 29.60, respectively, going to the first 57.26 percent, then back home in 59.49.

Lydyke was paid by Indiana Anna Pebloski Early in the Heat 7, though, she overtook the lead heading into the 100m mark and only grew as the race progressed. She touched Peplowski at 1:59.87, smashing 2:00 for the first time in her career.

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Commonwealth Swimming Natalie Manion He also broke 2:00 for the first time, recording 1:59.72 to qualify for sixth in the finals.

Swimming in heat 5, the first classifier of the circuit heats up, Claire Toggle She scored 1:58.74, establishing what was her highest time in the morning. Swimming was the best of 2022 for Tuggle, and also not far from her life at 1:58.21, which has held since the 2019 Summer Nationals when she was just 15.

The nation’s capital Erin Gemmell New personal best swam 1:57.12, becoming the 20th American ever in the event. Gemmell will be next to Ledecky in the middle of the pool tonight, with Tuggle on the other side of Ledecky. Overall, tonight’s Final A features a young field, which could give us a preview of some potential future Team USA members 4×200 free relay.

200 Freestyle For Men – The Beginning

  • World record – 1:42.00, Paul Biedermann (2009)
  • American Record – 1:42.96, Michael Phelps (2008)
  • US Open Record – 1:44.10, Michael Phelps (2008)
  • LC Nationals record – 1:44.10, Michael Phelps (2008)
  • Junior world record – 1:43.31, David Popovici (2022)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Jake Maggie – 1:46.88
  2. Kieran Smith – 1:46.90
  3. Luke Hobson – 1:47.13
  4. Grant House – 1:47.27
  5. Jake Mitchell – 1:47.29
  6. Jack Dahlgren – 1: 47.69
  7. Patrick Callan – 1:47.98
  8. Kay Taylor – 1:48.39

Texas Luke Hobson He had a great swim this morning, clocking in at 1:47.13 to take the Heat 7. This swim puts Hobson within 0.2 seconds of his personal best, which saw him qualify well for tonight’s finals as well. Florida Jake Mitchell He had an exceptional swim this morning as well, taking one second off his best. Mitchell touched second in the Heat 7, swimming 1:47.29.

Grant House He had a strong swim as well, taking the Heat 8 in 1:47.27. Step away from the field in the back half of the race, and set an X time in the morning.

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18-year-old Australian Kay Taylor pushed the lead in the recent heat, but overtook him in 50th place by Kieran Smith And the Jake Maggie. Touching in 1:46.88, Magahey became the first qualifier for tonight’s final ‘A’. Smith was also below 1:47, recording 1:46.90. Taylor would go on to qualify for the Final A by finishing eighth, swimming at a 1:48.39 this morning. For Magai, swimming was the personal best, posting his first under 1:47 in the event.

Great Britain Max Litchfield He finished ninth this morning in swimming 1:48.48.

Women’s 200 Chest Line – Beginning

  • World record – 2:18.95, Tatiana Schönmaker (2021)
  • American Record – 2:19.59, Rebecca Sonny (2012)
  • US Open Record – 2:20.38, Rebecca Sonny (2009)
  • LC Nationals record – 2: 20.38, Rebecca Sonny (2009)
  • Junior World Record – 2:19.64, Victoria Jeunesse (2015)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Mac almonds – 2: 27.49
  2. Anna Keating – 2:27.59
  3. Ella Nelson – 2:28.21
  4. Gillian Davey – 2:28.39
  5. Noel Peblosky – 2: 28.44
  6. Josie Banitz – 2: 28.71
  7. Abby Hai – 2:29.38
  8. Matilda Smith – 2:29.39

Indiana Mac almonds He captured the fourth heat this morning, making a new personal best of 2:27.49. This swim would be the fastest morning time during the remaining two degrees, though Virginia Anna Keating That would scare her into the final heat.

Keating was way behind Indiana Noel Peblosky During the first 150m of the race, but the pace really picked up in the last 50, splitting 38.21 home. Peplowski pushed the pace early, finished second in round six, and swam a new personal best of 2:28.44, which was fine for fifth overall this morning.

Another swimmer from Virginia, Ella Nelson, who represents the Nashville Aquatic Club, took third place this morning with a time of 2:28.21. Nelson was the No. 2 seed who came to the meet, just behind Keating.

Men’s 200 Chest Line – Beginning

  • World record – 2: 05.95, Zach Staubletti Cook (2022)
  • American Record – 2:07.17, Josh Brinot (2016)
  • US Open Record – 2:07.17, Josh Brinot (2016)
  • LC Nationals record – 2:07.17, Josh Brinot (2016)
  • Junior world record – 2:09.39, Haiyang Chen (2017)
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Top 8 Qualifiers:

  1. Matt Fallon – 2: 09.05
  2. woe to be – 2: 09.86
  3. Caspar Corbo – 2: 09.92
  4. Josh Matheny – 2:10.19
  5. AJ . bag – 2:10.21
  6. Jake Foster – 2: 10.52
  7. Max Reich – 2: 11.58
  8. Colin Feihery – 2: 12.29

The ninth heat of the men’s 200 breasts saw a great race between Texas Caspar Corbo and Indiana Josh Matheny. Corbo took the lead early on, clocking 100 meters per second ahead of Matteini. 19-year-old Matheny has operated the Jets in the last 50, but quickly closed the gap. In the end, Corbo hit in 2:09.92, recording the third fastest time in the morning. Matini finished the race in 2:10.19, marking his fastest performance since he swam his best of 2:09.40 again in 2019.

heat saw 10 Matt Fallon He nearly put out his best, tearing to 2:09.05 to score the best time in the morning. Fallon put on an exceptional race, splitting 1:03.11 in the first 100 days before heading home with a time of 1:05.94. He cured 32.54 baldness on day 50. Fallon’s personal best sits at 2:08.91. AJ . bag He cut his best to finish second in Round 10, clocking 2:10.19.

woe to be He took the last heat in 2:09.86, marking the second fastest swim of the morning.

Women’s Wallpaper 200 – Preliminary

  • World record – 2: 03.35, Reagan Smith (2019)
  • American Record – 2: 03.35, Reagan Smith (2019)
  • US Open Record – 2:05.08, Phoebe Bacon (2022)
  • LC Nationals record – 2:05.68, Missy Franklin (2013)
  • Junior World Record – 2: 03.35, Reagan Smith (2019)

Top 8 Qualifiers:

200 wallpaper for men – intro

  • World record – 1: 51.92, Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • American Record – 1:51.92, Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • US Open Record – 1:53.08, Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • LC Nationals record – 1:53.08, Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • Junior world record – 1:55.14, Kliment Kolesnikov (2017)

Top 8 Qualifiers: