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2024 Professional Swim Sequence – Westmont: Day 3 Finals Reside Recap


2024 PRO SWIM SERIES – WESTMONT

The third evening of the 2024 Professional Swim Sequence cease in Westmont has arrived with finals of the 200 butterfly, 50 freestyle, 100 backstroke, 200 breaststroke, and 400 freestyle on tonight’s schedule.

Which means top-seeded Olympic medalists comparable to Regan Smith, Abbey Weitzeil, Lilly King, and Kieran Smith will all be in motion on Friday evening. Smith is taking over a troublesome 200 fly/100 again double throughout this session.

We must also see some enjoyable battles tonight within the males’s 100 again between Justin Ress (54.50) and Ryan Murphy (55.12) and within the males’s 50 free between Jack Alexy (22.28), Ryan Held (22.48), and Caeleb Dressel (22.65). Wednesday’s 800 free champion, Claire Weinstein, will attempt to maintain off Paige Madden (4:13.69) within the 400 free.

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WOMEN’S 200 BUTTERFLY – FINAL

  • World Document: Zige Liu — 2:01.81 (2009)
  • American Document: Regan Smith — 2:03.87 (2023)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Summer season McIntosh — 2:05.05 (2023)
  • US Open Document: Regan Smith — 2:03.87 (2023)

Prime 8:

  1. Regan Smith (SUN) – 2:04.80
  2. Dakota Luther (TXLA) – 2:08.94
  3. Leah Shackley (BRY) – 2:12.03
  4. Kelsey Zhang (UN-PC) – 2:12.49
  5. Leah Gingrich (KA) – 2:12.87
  6. Callie Dickinson (ABSC) – 2:15.01
  7. Haley Halsall (UN-IL) – 2:18.19
  8. Hana Shimizu-Bowers (UN-IL) – 2:20.65

Regan Smith was below her personal American file tempo on the 150-meter mark, fading down the stretch however nonetheless dominating the 200 fly last by greater than 4 seconds with a world-leading time of two:04.80. That mark would have received the world title final month by greater than two seconds. Smith took down Summer season McIntosh‘s Professional Swim Sequence file (2:05.05) from final yr within the course of. She’ll return to the pool in just some occasions for the 100 again last.

Dakota Luther positioned 2nd in 2:08.94, a pair seconds shy of her personal-best 2:06.79 from final summer season. Leah Shackley, a 17-year-old NC State commit, narrowly missed her lifetime greatest (2:11.93 from final July) together with her Third-place effort of two:12.03.

Kelsey Zhang, 16, positioned 4th in 2:12.49, inside a tenth of her personal-best 2:12.40 from final July.

MEN’S 200 BUTTERFLY – FINAL

  • World Document: Kristof Milak — 1:50.34 (2022)
  • American Document: Michael Phelps — 1:51.51 (2009)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Luca Urlando — 1:53.84 (2019)
  • US Open Document: Michael Phelps — 1:52.20 (2008)

Prime 8:

  1. Luca Urlando (DART) – 1:56.25
  2. Chase Kalisz (SUN) – 1:56.67
  3. Dare Rose (CAL) – 1:57.54
  4. Zach Harting (CARD) – 1:57.65
  5. Nick Albiero (MTC) – 1:58.34
  6. Aaron Shackell (CSC-IN) – 1:59.45
  7. Jack Dahlgren (TRI) – 2:00.81

DQ – Thomas Heilman (CA-Y)

Luca Urlando posted his quickest 200 fly time since his shoulder surgical procedure in 2022, holding off Chase Kalisz (1:56.67) with a profitable time of 1:56.25. Urlando owns a lifetime better of 1:53.84 from 2019 whereas Kalisz has been as quick as 1:54.79 in 2017.

Dare Rose (1:57.54) reached the wall nearly a tenth forward of Zach Harting (1:57.65) for Third place. Zach Harting (1:57.65), Nick Albiero (1:58.34), and Aaron Shackell (1:59.45) rounded out the remaining sub-2:00 finishers within the A-final. Gabriel Jett (1:59.26) and Vili Sivec (1:59.90) additionally broke the two-minute barrier within the B-final.

WOMEN’S 50 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Document: Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) – 23.61 (2023)
  • American Document: Kate Douglass (USA) – 23.91 (2024)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Sarah Sjostrom (SWE) – 24.17 (2016)
  • U.S Open Document: Abbey Weitzeil (USA) – 24.00 (2023)

Prime 8:

  1. Torri Huske (AAC) – 24.31
  2. Simone Manuel (SUN) – 24.49
  3. Olivia Smoliga (SUN) – 24.69
  4. Abbey Weitzeil (CAL) – 24.78
  5. Catie Deloof (NYAC) – 24.82
  6. Beata Nelson (WISC) – 25.11
  7. Erika Connolly (TNAQ) – 25.21
  8. Brooke Boak (PASA) – 25.35

Torri Huske shaved a tenth off her lifetime greatest from the U.S. Open final winter to seize the 50 free crown (24.31) forward of 2016 Olympic medalist Simone Manuel (24.49). Huske will return to the pool shortly for a double within the 100 again.

It was Manuel’s quickest time for the reason that U.S. Olympic Trials in 2021. She held off Solar Satan coaching accomplice Olivia Smoliga (24.69) for Third place. Prime seed Abbey Weitzeil positioned 4th in 24.78, a pair tenths slower than she was throughout her runner-up end on the Professional Swim Sequence cease in Knoxville two months in the past (24.57).

Catie Deloof, 27, was the one different swimmer below 25 seconds within the A-final at 24.82 for Fifth place.

MEN’S 50 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Document: Cesar Cielo Filho (BRA) – 20.91 (2009)
  • American Document: Caeleb Dressel (USA) – 21.04 (2019)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Caeleb Dressel (USA) – 21.51 (2020)
  • U.S Open Document: Caeleb Dressel (USA) – 21.04 (2021)

Prime 8:

  1. Caeleb Dressel (GSC-FL) – 21.84
  2. Santo Condorelli (DM) – 21.89
  3. Jack Alexy (UN-PC) – 21.90
  4. Abdelrahman Elaraby (ND) – 22.31
  5. Ryan Held (NYAC) – 22.32
  6. Alberto Mestre (UN-FL) – 22.36
  7. Lucas Peixoto (MTC) – 22.37
  8. Andrej Barna (CARD) – 22.44

Reigning Olympic champion Caeleb Dressel overcame a defective beginning block and a malfunctioning timing system to assert the 50 free title in 21.84, barely out-touching Santo Condorelli (21.89) and Jack Alexy (21.90) on the end. There was additional drama on the finish when the board went clean, leaving swimmers confused on deck for about 5 minutes earlier than the outcomes have been finally introduced by means of the speaker.

Dressel’s profitable time was his quickest since taking practically a yr off from the game, bettering his 21.99 from the U.S. Open final winter. His beginning block virtually got here aside utterly as he exploded ahead in the beginning of tonight’s race.

Notre Dame graduate switch Abdelrahman Elaraby positioned 4th in 22.31, shaving a hundredth of a second off his lifetime greatest from 2021.

WOMEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Document: Kaylee McKeown (AUS) – 57.33 (2023)
  • American Document: Regan Smith (USA) – 57.57 (2019)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Regan Smith (USA) – 57.90 (2023)
  • U.S Open Document: Regan Smith (USA) – 57.71 (2023)

Prime 8:

  1. Regan Smith (SUN) – 57.64
  2. Leah Shackley (BRY) – 59.76
  3. Rhyan White (WOLF) – 1:00.12
  4. Torri Huske (AAC) – 1:00.19
  5. Taylor Ruck (SUN) – 1:00.30
  6. Justine Murdock (UN-IL) – 1:01.79
  7. Rebecca Sutton (SW) – 1:02.96
  8. Tierney Lenahan (WILD) – 1:03.25

After already profitable the 200 fly earlier within the session, Regan Smith ripped a U.S. Open file of 57.64 to take down her personal normal (57.71) from final June. She additionally erased her personal Professional Swim Sequence file of 57.90 from final yr.

Leah Shackley touched greater than two seconds behind Smith in 59.76, only a couple tenths off her greatest time (59.55) from final Might. She positioned Third within the 200 fly (2:12.03) behind Smith and Dakota Luther earlier within the session.

On the again half of a 50 free double, Torri Huske (1:00.19) didn’t have fairly sufficient within the tank to chase down Rhyan White (1:00.12) for Third place. Taylor Ruck positioned Fifth in 1:00.30, her quickest time since April of 2022.

MEN’S 100 BACKSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Document: Thomas Ceccon (ITA) – 51.60 (2022)
  • American Document: Ryan Murphy (USA) – 51.85 (2016)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: David Plummer (USA) – 52.40 (2016)
  • U.S Open Document: Aaron Peirsol (USA) – 51.94 (2009)

Prime 8:

  1. Ryan Murphy (CAL) – 53.23
  2. Hugo Gonzalez (CAL) – 53.98
  3. Justin Ress (MVN) – 54.08
  4. Theodoros Andreopoulos (DREX) – 54.75
  5. Joe Hayburn (LOYO) – 55.26
  6. Destin Lasco (UN-PC) – 55.48
  7. Yeziel Morales (MVN) – 55.54
  8. Gabriel Fantoni (ISC) – 55.86

American file holder Ryan Murphy led from wire to wire within the males’s 100 again, clinching the victory with a time of 53.23. The 28-year-old was greater than half a second sooner tonight than he was on the U.S. Open final winter (53.74).

Murphy’s Cal coaching accomplice, Hugo Gonzalez, earned the runner-up end in 53.98, greater than a second slower than he was en path to his 2nd-place displaying on the World Championships final month.

Justin Ress reached the wall only a tenth behind Gonzalez in 54.08, a couple of tenths faster than his time from the U.S. Open final winter (54.49). Greece’s Theodoros Andreopoulos dipped below 55 seconds for the primary time throughout his 4th-place effort in 54.75.

WOMEN’S 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Document: Evgeniia Chikunova (RUS) – 2:17.55 (2023)
  • American Document: Kate Douglass (USA) – 2:19.30 (2024)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Annie Lazor (USA) – 2:20.77 (2019)
  • U.S Open Document: Rebecca Soni (USA) – 2:20.38 (2009)

Prime 8:

  1. Lilly King (ISC) – 2:25.97
  2. Andrea Podmanikova (WOLF) – 2:29.12
  3. Alexis Yager (TNAQ) – 2:29.13
  4. Leah Hayes (TIDEIL) – 2:30.42
  5. Melissa Rodriguez (PRVT) – 2:31.30
  6. Isabelle Odgers (TROJ) – 2:32.77
  7. Rachel Bernhardt (TEAM) – 2:33.32
  8. Nina Kucheran (GSC-FL) – 2:33.52

Lilly King cruised to the 200 breast victory by greater than three seconds with a 2:25.97, barely slower than her time from the Professional Swim Sequence cease in Knoxville a pair months in the past (2:24.34).

Andrea Podmanikova (2:29.12) held off a late cost from Alexis Yager (2:29.13) by only a hundredth of a second for 2nd place. Yager lowered her lifetime greatest from January by .19 seconds en path to Third place forward of Leah Hayes (2:30.42). Hayes, an 18-year-old Virginia commit, has been as quick as 2:28.42 final Might.

MEN’S 200 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Document: Qin Haiyang (CHN) – 2:05.48 (2023)
  • American Document: Josh Prenot (USA) – 2:07.17 (2016)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Jake Foster (USA) – 2:08.23 (2023)
  • U.S Open Document: Josh Prenot (USA) – 2:07.17 (2016)

Prime 8:

  1. Anton McKee (ISL) – 2:10.03
  2. Will Licon (TXLA) – 2:10.96
  3. Josh Bey (HHSC) – 2:13.21
  4. Jordan Willis (MAC-NC) – 2:14.04
  5. Noah Cakir (TS) – 2:15.12
  6. Maximilian Pilger (ISC) – 2:15.48
  7. Xavier Ruiz (SJC) – 2:16.89
  8. Tommy Cope (UN-MI) – 2:17.42

Three-time Icelandic Olympian Anton McKee made it a breaststroke sweep in Westmont with a 200 breast victory in 2:10.03. The 30-year-old has been as quick as 2:08.74 on the 2022 World Championships, the place he positioned sixth.

Will Licon was tied with McKee on the first flip and trailed by simply .05 seconds on the halfway level, however he couldn’t hold tempo on the again half for a 2nd-place end in 2:10.96. The 29-year-old Texas alum was virtually a second sooner than his efficiency in Knoxville a pair moths in the past (2:11.77), however nonetheless a couple of seconds off his lifetime greatest of two:07.62 from 2019.

WOMEN’S 400 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Document: Ariarne Titmus — 3:55.38 (2023)
  • American Document: Katie Ledecky — 3:56.46 (2016)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Katie Ledecky — 3:57.94 (2018)
  • US Open Document: Katie Ledecky — 3:57.94 (2018)

Prime 8:

  1. Claire Weinstein (SAND) – 4:04.54
  2. Paige Madden (NYAC) – 4:05.94
  3. Maria da Silva Costa (BRA) – 4:09.82
  4. Katie Grimes (SAND) – 4:11.28
  5. Aline Rodrigues (MTC) – 4:12.80
  6. Leticia Fassina (MTC) – 4:15.62
  7. Beatriz Dizotti (BRA) – 4:18.48
  8. Jenna Campbell (UN-CO) – 4:19.78

Trailing a couple of tenths behind Paige Madden with 100 meters remaining, 17-year-old Sandpipers of Nevada standout Claire Weinstein made her transfer late to safe the 400 free title in 4:04.54.

Brazil’s Maria da Silva Costa, 21, positioned Third in 4:02.86 — virtually seven seconds off her greatest time from final month’s World Championships in Doha, Qatar.

After profitable the 100 again B-final earlier within the session, Katie Grimes returned to position 4th within the 400 free (4:11.28), six seconds off her greatest time from final March. Brazil’s Aline Rodrigues was inside a pair seconds of her greatest time from 2019 together with her Fifth-place effort in 4:12.80.

MEN’S 400 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Document: Paul Biedermann — 3:40.07 (2009)
  • American Document: Larsen Jensen — 3:42.78 (2008)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: Solar Yang — 3:43.55 (2016)
  • US Open Document: Larsen Jensen — 3:43.53 (2008)

Prime 8:

  1. Eduardo Oliveira de Moraes (MTC) – 3:48.27
  2. Drew Kibler (NYAC) – 3:49.95
  3. David Johnston (TST-CA) – 3:51.06
  4. Kieran Smith (RAC) – 3:51.40
  5. Luke Whitlock (FASTIN) – 3:53.59
  6. Jay Litherland (SUN) – 3:54.37
  7. Michael Brinegar (TST-CA) – 3:55.73
  8. Wes Tate (ARMY) – 3:58.90

22-year-old Brazilian Eduardo Oliveira de Moraes blasted a personal-best 3:48.27 to win the 400 free forward of 24-year-old American Drew Kibler (3:49.95). Oliveira de Moraes shaved virtually a second off his previous-best 3:49.10 from the World College Video games final August.

Kibler was a pair seconds off his personal-best 3:47.58 from the U.S. Open final winter.

David Johnston positioned Third in 3:51.06, six seconds off his lifetime greatest from final summer season (3:45.75). Olympic bronze medalist Kieran Smith wasn’t far behind in 3:51.40, seven seconds off his lifetime greatest from Tokyo.

Florida commit Luke Whitlock positioned Fifth in 3:53.59, a couple of seconds shy of his private greatest (3:50.46) from final September’s World Junior Championships, the place he positioned Fifth.



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