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Simone Manuel Wins 200 Free By .01 From Lane Eight (Day 2 Westmont Race Movies)


2024 PRO SWIM SERIES – WESTMONT

Day two of the 2024 Westmont Professional Swim Sequence was action-packed, that includes shut races and a Professional Swim Sequence report. Simone Manuel kicked the evening off with a win from lane eight, successful the 200 free in 1:57.80. Her coaching companion, Drew Kibler, would make it an ASU sweep of the 200 freestyles with a win within the males’s race (1:46.02).

Torri Huske broke an eight yr previous Professional Swim Sequence report within the 100 butterfly, taking down Sarah Sjostrom‘s (56.38) 2016 mark in 56.13. Watch these races and others from the second evening, courtesy of NBC Sports activities and USA Swimming on YouTube.

WOMEN’S 200 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Document: 1:52.85, Mollie O’Callaghan (2023)
  • American Document: 1:53.61, Allison Schmitt (2012)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: 1:54.13, Summer season McIntosh (2023)
  • U.S Open Document: 1:54.13, Summer season McIntosh (2023)

Prime 8:

  1. Simone Manuel (SUN) – 1:57.80
  2. Maria Costa (BRA) – 1:57.81
  3. Claire Weinstein (SAND) – 1:58.08
  4. Paige Madden (NYAC) – 1:58.84
  5. Leah Hayes (TIDEIL) – 1:59.47
  6. Nathalia Siqueira Almeida (BRA) – 1:59.75
  7. Katie Grimes (SAND) – 2:00.12
  8. Aline Rodrigues (MTC) – 2:01.12

Simone Manuel claimed 200 free victory with a successful time of 1:57.80, touching 0.01 forward of Brazil’s Maria Costa (1:57.81).

NBC Sports activities (U.S. Restricted):

USA Swimming:

MEN’S 200 FREESTYLE – FINAL

  • World Document: 1:42.00, Paul Biedermann (2009)
  • American Document: 1:42.96, Michael Phelps (2008)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: 1:44.82, Solar Yang (2016)
  • U.S Open Document: 1:44.10, Michael Phelps (2008)

Prime 8:

  1. Drew Kibler (NYAC) – 1:46.02
  2. Gabriel Jett (UN-PC) – 1:47.16
  3. Kieran Smith (RAC) – 1:47.21
  4. Jorge Iga (PRVT) – 1:47.62
  5. Grant Home (SUN) – 1:47.79
  6. Tomas Koski (UN-GA) – 1:48.23
  7. Eduardo Oliveira de Moraes (MTC) – 1:48.55
  8. Luca Urlando (DART) – 1:48.60

Drew Kibler touched 1st within the 200 free ultimate (1:46.02), eclipsing his U.S. Open marker (1:46.12) by 0.10.

USA Swimming:

WOMEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Document: 1:04.13 – Lilly King (2017)
  • American Document: 1:04.13 – Lilly King (2017)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: 1:05.32 – Lilly King (2021)
  • US Open Document: 1:04.45 – Jessica Hardy (2009)

Prime 8:

  1. Lilly King (ISC) – 1:06.68
  2. Andrea Podmanikova (WOLF) – 1:08.89
  3. Theodora Taylor (SW) – 1:09.19
  4. Jhennifer Conceicao (ECP) – 1:09.67
  5. McKenzie Siroky (UN-MI) – 1:09.98
  6. Rachel Berhardt (TEAM) – 1:10.30
  7. Melissa Rodriguez (PRVT) – 1:10.44
  8. Mary Elizabeth (VSC) – 1:10.98

World report holder Lilly King stopped the clock in 1:06.68 to win the ladies’s 100 breast, successful by over two seconds.

NBC Sports activities (U.S. Restricted):

USA Swimming:

MEN’S 100 BREASTSTROKE – FINAL

  • World Document: 56.88 – Adam Peaty (2019)
  • American Document: 58.14 – Michael Andrew (2021)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: 58.58 – Adam Peaty (2017)
  • US Open Document: 58.14 – Michael Andrew (2021)

Prime 8:

  1. Anton McKee (ISL) – 1:00.48
  2. Tommy Cope (UN-MI) – 1:01.02
  3. Will Licon (TXLA) – 1:01.21
  4. Cody Miller (SAND) – 1:01.27
  5. Max McHugh (UOFM) – 1:01.67
  6. Xavier Ruiz (SJC) – 1:02.17
  7. Maximillian Pilger (ISC) – 1:02.28
  8. Charlie Swanson (NOVAVA) – 1:02.74

Anton McKee grabbed maintain of the boys’s 100 breast early, main from the beginning. He touched in a ultimate time of 1:00.48, the one particular person beneath the 1:01-barrier.

Race video presently unavailable. 

WOMEN’S 100 BUTTERFLY – FINAL

Prime 8:

  1. Torri Huske (AAC) – 56.13
  2. Regan Smith (SUN) – 56.36
  3. Leah Shackley (BRY) – 58.39
  4. Harriet Jones (SW) – 58.50
  5. Beata Nelson (WISC) – 58.54
  6. Katerine Savard (TQ) – 58.63
  7. Dakota Luther (TXLA) – 58.84
  8. Andrea Sansores (UARK) – 1:00.20

Sarah Sjostrom‘s 8-year-old Professional Swim Sequence was taken down tonight, and two swimmers dipped beneath the mark. Torri Huske (56.13) touched 1st, her quickest time since 2022, with Regan Smith (56.36) swimming a brand new private report for runner-up standing.

NBC Sports activities (U.S. Restricted):

USA Swimming:

MEN’S 100 BUTTERFLY – FINAL

Prime 8:

  1. Caeleb Dressel (GSC-FL) – 51.27
  2. Dare Rose (CAL) – 51.77
  3. Zach Harting (CARD) – 52.04
  4. Santo Condorelli (DM) – 52.89
  5. Tie: Trenton Julian (MVN) / Jorge Iga – 53.01
  6. Vili Sivec (CSUB) – 53.33
  7. Kayky Marquart Mota (TNAQ) – 53.39

Caeleb Dressel (51.27) recorded his quickest time since returning to the game, securing victory over 2023 Worlds medalist Dare Rose (51.77).

NBC Sports activities (U.S. Restricted):

USA Swimming:

WOMEN’S 400 IM – FINAL

  • World Document: 4:25.87, Summer season McIntosh (2023)
  • American Document: 4:31.12, Katie Hoff (2008)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: 4:31.07, Katinka Hosszu (2015)
  • U.S Open Document: 4:28.61, Summer season McIntosh (2022)

Prime 8:

  1. Leah Hayes (TIDEIL) – 4:39.36
  2. Katie Grimes (SAND) – 4:40.98
  3. Bailey Andison (TQ) – 4:46.69
  4. Avery Klamfoth (MAC-NC) – 4:51.74
  5. Claire Weinstein (SAND) – 4:53.11
  6. Erin Dawson (UN-CO) – 4:54.56
  7. McKenna Debever (TNAQ) – 4:57.81
  8. Lauren Bernardo (MAC-NC) – 5:00.88

World Junior Champion Leah Hayes placed on a present for the house crowd, successful the 400 IM in 4:39.36.

NBC Sports activities (U.S. Restricted):

MEN’S 400 IM – FINAL

  • World Document: 4:02.50, Leon Marchand (2023)
  • American Document: 4:03.84, Michael Phelps (2008)
  • Professional Swim Sequence Document: 4:07.80, Leon Marchand (2023)
  • U.S Open Document: 4:05.25, Michael Phelps (2008)

Prime 8:

  1. Chase Kalisz (SUN) – 4:13.52
  2. David Johnston (TST-CA) – 4:14.94
  3. Jay Litherland (SUN) – 4:16.38
  4. Kalvin Hahn (ARMY) – 4:24.97
  5. Isaac Fleig (FASTIN) – 4:25.51
  6. Noah Cakir (TS) – 4:26.09
  7. Tyler Bardak (FOX) – 4:26.43
  8. Gabriel Manteufel (SAND) – 4:28.55

Chase Kalisz secured a 400 IM win on his thirtieth birthday, touching in 4:13.52. David Johnston (4:14.94) and Jay Litherland (4:16.38) completed 2nd and third.

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