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Day 4 Prelims Stay Recap

2021 U.S. OLYMPIC SWIMMING TRIALS

It’s the ultimate day of Wave I U.S. Olympic Trials, with the ultimate few switch spots to subsequent week’s Wave II meet up for grabs.

Preserve refreshing this web page for reside, event-by-event updates of all of the motion from Omaha.

Girls’s 200 IM

  • World Document: Katinka Hosszu (HUN) – 2:06.12 (2015)
  • American Document: Ariana Kukors – 2:06.15 (2009)
  • US Open Document: Kathleen Baker (USA) – 2:08.32 (2018)
  • World Junior Document: Yu Yiting (CHN) – 2:09.64 (2021)
  • 2016 Olympic Champion: Katinka Hosszu (HUN) – 2:06.58
  • 2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Maya DiRado – 2:09.54
  • Wave I Reduce: 2:17.39
  • Wave II Reduce: 2:15.26

Prime 8:

  1. Bathurst (TEAM) – 2:16.04
  2. McCarville (SPA) – 2:16.99
  3. Rausch (ASC) – 2:17.30
  4. Dunn (UofL) / Katzer (TENN) – 2:17.74
  5. Ownbey (AU) – 2:17.87
  6. Cotter (TAC) – 2:18.31
  7. Brown (ABSC) – 2:18.66

Tampa Elite swimmer and Virginia commit Ella Bathurst led heats of the 200 IM in the present day, going 2:16.04. Bathurst beforehand competed within the 100 again and 200 free to date this weekend, however went backwards from her finest occasions in each races. This 200 IM was an enormous breakthrough, although, with Bathurst taking a full second off her finest time to go 2:16.04. She’ll have a shot to maneuver on to Wave II by way of tonight’s remaining, the place she’s virtually a second forward of the sphere.

400 IM winner Kate McCarville is second, and that 400 IM is cause to maintain a detailed eye on her for tonight. McCarville cruised prelims of that even tin 4:53 and was properly off her finest time, however surged to first within the remaining with a lifetime-best by 1.7 seconds. In the present day, McCarville went 2:16.99, simply three-tenths off her finest time, and is about as much as have one other monster drop within the remaining.

200 free winner Malia Rausch sits third, with a tie for fourth behind her. The Austin Swim Membership swimmer was second within the 400 free final night time after profitable the 200 free, and must be a serious risk on the closing 50 of tonight’s IM race.

Males’s 200 IM

  • World Document: Ryan Lochte (USA) – 1:54.00 (2011)
  • American Document: Ryan Lochte – 1:54.00 (2011)
  • US Open Document: Ryan Lochte (USA) – 1:54.56 (2009)
  • World Junior Document: Hubert Kos (HUN) – 1:56.99 (2021)
  • 2016 Olympic Champion: Michael Phelps (USA) – 1:54.66
  • 2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Michael Phelps – 1:55.91
  • Wave I Reduce: 2:04.09
  • Wave II Reduce: 2:03.02

Prime 8:

  1. Aurnou-Rhees (NAAC) – 2:03.82
  2. Tuitama (BYU) – 2:03.85
  3. Dewitt (ISC) – 2:03.96
  4. Nosack (THSC) – 2:04.33
  5. Carman (TXLA) – 2:04.36
  6. Froass (RAYS) – 2:04.39
  7. Bethel (CCAC) – 2:04.40
  8. Maas (MLA) – 2:04.42

Spencer Aurnou-Rhees has been ready for this all week.

With only one entry at Wave I Olympic Trials, Aurnou-Rhees has needed to sit by three full days of racing earlier than getting his shot – however the further relaxation proved helpful this morning. The 17-year-old from New Albany Aquatic Membership in Ohio went 2:03.82, slicing two tenths off his finest time to rise from the seventeenth seed to the #1 qualifier into finals.

BYU swimmer Tama Tuitama sits second in 2:03.85. He took 0.06 seconds off his earlier finest time and could possibly be in line for a Wave II spot tonight. He’ll need to fend off rising Indiana sophomore Tristan Dewitt, who was 2:03.96 and only a tenth behind this morning.

Girls’s 50 free

  • World Document: Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) – 23.67 (2017)
  • American Document: Simone Manuel – 23.97 (2017)
  • US Open Document: Simone Manuel (USA) – 24.10 (2018)
  • World Junior Document: Claire Curzan (USA) – 24.17 (2021)
  • 2016 Olympic Champion: Pernille Blume (DEN) – 24.07
  • 2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Abbey Weitzeil – 24.28
  • Wave I Reduce: 25.99
  • Wave II Reduce: 25.65

Prime 8:

Males’s 50 free

  • World Document: Cesar Cielo (BRA) – 20.91 (2009)
  • American Document: Caeleb Dressel – 21.04 (2019)
  • US Open Document: Cesar Cielo (BRA) – 21.14 (2009)
  • World Junior Document: Michael Andrew (USA) – 21.75 (2017)
  • 2016 Olympic Champion: Anthony Ervin (USA) – 21.40
  • 2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Nathan Adrian – 21.51
  • Wave I Reduce: 23.19
  • Wave II Reduce: 22.71

Prime 8:

Girls’s 200 breast

  • World Document: Rikke Moller Pedersen (DEN) – 2:19.11 (2013)
  • American Document: Rebecca Soni – 2:19.59 (2012)
  • US Open Document: Rebecca Soni (USA) – 2:20.38 (2009)
  • World Junior Document: Viktoriya Zeynep Gunes (TUR) – 2:19.64 (2015)
  • 2016 Olympic Champion: Rie Kaneto (JPN) – 2:20.30
  • 2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Lilly King – 2:24.08
  • Wave I Reduce: 2:33.29
  • Wave II Reduce: 2:30.49

Prime 8:

Males’s 200 breast

  • World Document: Anton Chupkov (RUS) – 2:06.12 (2019)
  • American Document: Josh Prenot – 2:07.17 (2016)
  • US Open Document: Josh Prenot (USA) – 2:07.17 (2016)
  • World Junior Document: Qin Haiyan (CHN) – 2:07.35 (2017)
  • 2016 Olympic Champion: Dmitriy Balandin (KAZ) – 2:07.46
  • 2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Josh Prenot – 2:07.17
  • Wave I Reduce: 2:17.89
  • Wave II Reduce: 2:15.28

Prime 8:

Girls’s 1500 free

  • World Document: Katie Ledecky (USA) – 15:20.48 (2018)
  • American Document: Katie Ledecky – 15:20.48 (2018)
  • US Open Document: Katie Ledecky (USA) – 15:20.48
  • World Junior Document: Katie Ledecky (USA) – 15:28.36 (2014)
  • 2016 Olympic Champion: N/A (New Olympic occasion in 2021)
  • 2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: N/A (New Olympic occasion in 2021)
  • Wave I Reduce: 16:49.19
  • Wave II Reduce: 16:44.60

Prime 8:

Males’s 1500 free

  • World Document: Solar Yang (CHN) – 14:31.02 (2012)
  • American Document: Connor Jaeger – 14:39.48 (2016)
  • US Open Document: Peter Vanderkaay (USA) – 14:45.54 (2008)
  • World Junior Document: Franko Grgic (CRO) – 14:46.09 (2019)
  • 2016 Olympic Champion: Gregorio Paltrinieri (ITA) – 14:34.57
  • 2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Connor Jaeger – 14:47.61
  • Wave I Reduce: 15:44.89
  • Wave II Reduce: 15:35.76

Prime 8:

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