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Greensboro Speedo Sectional Championships, Night 1: Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace Crushes 50 Free

Picture Courtesy: Irsara Daniele/Bolzano Swim Meet

By Using Alan Karickhoff, Swimming World School Intern

Speedo Sectional Sequence action endured in Greensboro tonight. Quite A Few swimmers had been racing again, less than two weeks after Olympic Trials. Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace highlighted the evening’s action, lower than a month out from the Rio Olympics, where she will swim for the Bahamas.

Ladies 50 Freestyle:

Vanderpool-Wallace from SwimMAC Carolina was the clear winner Within The 50 with a time of 24.68. 2d place was once a combat between Alexia Zevnik from North Carolina Swimming and Brooke Bauer from Lakeside with Zevnik snagging the spot in 26.08. Bauer completed lower than a tenth of a 2nd at the back of Alexia in 26.15. 

Ladies 800 Freestyle:

Kendal Casey from Kentucky Aquatics secured first place, despite a gaining Bryn Handley from Lakeside. Casey finished in 8:52.39 and Handley finished 2d in Eight:Fifty Four.Fifty Five. Paige Kelly from Kentucky Aquatics placed third in Eight:Fifty Nine.09.

Boys 800 Freestyle:

The boys 800 freestyle saw a clear winner proper from the start. Adam Linker, Unattached, completed in Eight:06.09, more than Thirteen seconds quicker than the next swimmers. Jarod Kehl from Kentucky Aquatics also finished with seconds to spare with a time of Eight:19.26. His teammate James Stevenson finished in 8:27.61.

Women 200 IM:

Beforehand the entire race, Brooke Forde from Lakeside completed in first with a time of 2:14.58. Tanja Kylliainen from Cardinal Aquatics followed in the back of her in 2:18.02. Maintaining off a quick remaining freestyle leg from Madison Homovich, Caroline Hauder from SwimMAC Carolina secured third location in a 2:19.18.

Boys 200 IM:

After putting Second in prelims, Marko Blazevski from SwimMAC Carolina touched first in finals with a time of two:02.98. Mohamed Hussein from North Baltimore Aquatic Club finished comfortably in Second with a 2:04.27. After the breaststroke leg, Clayton Forde from Lakeside ranked eighth, However with a 28.32 split In The freestyle leg he climbed to third. 

Boys 50 Freestyle:

As Soon As once more, the 50 saw a clear winner and a struggle for the next few places. Simonas Billis from North Carolina Swimming received in 22.Sixty Four. Sean Gunn from Kentucky Aquatics snuck into 2nd location in 23.30 while his teammate Cobe Garcia placed 1/3 in 23.35.

Ladies 200 Butterfly:

In The 200 butterfly, Hannah Kukurugya, Unattached, led the best way the entire race and won in 2:14.51. In 2nd and third, Kentucky Aquatics swimmers touched the wall. Haley McInerny placed 2d in 2:15.Fifty Eight and Kathryn Painter placed third in 2:17.92. 

Boys 200 Butterfly:

To Complete the primary Night Time of finals there was once a contested race for first Within The 200 fly. Justin Ress, Unattached, finished first in 2:03.31 Keeping off Andrew Aviotti from Kentucky Aquatics who had a steaming remaining 50. Andrew completed in 2:03.Seventy One with a final 50 just about two seconds faster than Ress closing 50. Thomas Bilden from North Carolina Aquatic Club secured 1/3 in 2:04.14.

Reside results are available here.

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