SOFLO Swimmers Advance Into Three Finals At Validus Bermuda National Championships


By Sharon Robb

May 20, 2016—South Florida Aquatic Club had three swimmers qualify for finals Friday night at the Validus Bermuda National Long Course Championships at the National Aquatic Centre in Hamilton.

In the 50-meter backstroke prelims, Timothy Wynter, 20, was the top qualifier in 28.00 for Saturday night’s final.

In the mixed 100-meter backstroke qualifying time trial, Wynter was top finisher in 56.98, dropping 0.68 off his entry time of 57.66.

Olympic gold medalist Claire Donahue, 27, earned the No. 1 seed in the 50-meter butterfly in 27.71 for Saturday night’s finals.

Alina Schulhofer, 21, of Austria was third-fastest qualifier in the 200-meter freestyle in 2:06.75 behind Kayla Sanchez, 14, (2:05.20) and Octavia Lau, 14, (2:06.61) both of the Canadian National Youth Team. The 200 finals are Sunday.

Two other SOFLO ProFlo swimmers, led by Bermuda national record holder Lisa Blackburn, are also competing in the four-day meet. Blackburn, 44, one of the oldest swimmers in the meet is swimming the 50- and 100-meter freestyle, 100-meter breaststroke and 200-meter individual medley. American Kile Aukerman, 23, is swimming the 50, 100 and 200-meter breaststroke. Both race on Saturday.

In the highlight event of the night, Rafa Alfaro, 24, of El Salvador and Trojan Swim Club, won the 400-meter individual medley in a best time 4:28.26.

The meet has been sanctioned by FINA, the sport’s international governing body, as one of the last few qualifiers for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and will also serve as a final qualifier for the Caribbean Island Swimming Championships.

Swimmers from Canada, Trinidad & Tobago, Panama, Guam, Syria, Jamaica, Austria, El Salvador, Venezuela and U.S. are expected to compete. Nine swim clubs are entered.

FRIDAY FINAL RESULTS

WOMEN

400-meter individual medley:

12-and-under, 1. Taylor White, Harbor Amateur Swim Club 5:58.12; 13-and-over, 1. Kayla Sanchez, Canadian National Youth Team 5:00.11, 2. Faith Knelson, Canadian National Youth Team 5:03.54, 3. Maria Far Nunez, LaSalle Swim Team 5:06.80.

MEN

400-meter individual medley:

12-and-under, 1. Sam Williamson, Sharks 5:44.45; 13-and-over, 1. Rafa Alfaro, Trojan Swim Club 4:28.26, 2. Joshua Young, Canadian National Youth Team 4:41.85, 3. Mackenzie Flowers, Canadian National Youth Team 4:56.24.

Mixed 100-meter butterfly qualifying time trial:

1.Roberto Gomez, Unattached 54.38.

Mixed 100-meter backstroke qualifying time trial:

1.Timothy Wynter, SOFLO 56.98, 2. Brian Desmond, Sharks 1:19.81.

Mixed 50-meter freestyle qualifying time trial:

1.Roy-Allan Burch, Sharks 23.50, 2. Madelyn Moore, Sharks 26.58.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com

Busy Weekend Ahead For SOFLO Swimmers At All Levels


By Sharon Robb

May 20, 2016—From Masters and Olympic-caliber to age group timed finals, South Florida Aquatic Club swimmers will compete in four meets over three days.

While several SOFLO ProFlo swimmers including Olympic gold medalist Claire Donahue are currently swimming in the Validus Bermuda National Championships in Hamilton Thursday through Sunday, SOFLO swimmers will also compete in the Coral Springs Last Chance Masters Meet, Gulliver Long Course Invitational and Jesse Vassallo 2016 Invitational.

“Another crazy weekend for SOFLO,” said SOFLO CEO and head coach Chris Anderson, head of the Florida Gold Coast Swimming’s biggest, busiest and most innovative USA Swimming club.

Fifty-three SOFLO swimmers will compete in 298 individual events at the Gulliver Long Course Invitational at Gulliver Prep Aquatics Center Friday through Sunday.

They are: Ryan Alfonso, 13; Michael Arias, 13; Sophia Bedoya, 13; Megan Biggs, 16; Tyler Bland, 15; Valentina Carrion, 14; Lisette Castellanos, 12; Kyana Castro, 13; Alexandra Crespo, 15; Kayla Cunningham 13; Kerry Ann Cunningham, 10; Daniela Curbelo, 13; Katherine DeBarros, 15; Katrina Del Vecchio, 13; Isabella DiSalvo, 14; Fiorella DiSalvo, 8; Gabriel Ferdinand, 13; Lucas Gandarillas, 14; Eiza Gantus, 14; Tyler Gibson, 16; Alex Golding, 12; Kathleen Golding, 15; Molly Golding, 13; Zackary Harris, 11; Zariya Harris, 16; Wyatt Jennessee, 16; Paige Lane, 13; Lance Lesage, 13; Luke Lezotte, 15; Rebekah Ling, 14; Michelle Marinheiro, 13; Alejandro Mateus, 11; Leonardo Mateus, 14; Matthew Menocal, 17; Pranav Nair, 13; Michelle Ordonez, 13; Abby Oyetunji, 16; Tomas Pelaez, 15; Kevin Porto, 16; Samuel Quintero, 15; Sara Quintero, 12; Ricardo Roche, 16; Jennifer Rodriguez, 15; Rafael Rodrigiez, 14; Nicolas Rossi, 13; Juan Serna 14; Marianna Serrao, 14; Jiovanni Tapia, 13; Amy-Nicole Toro, 14; Michael Toro, 14; Marcos Vazquez, 13; Kellie Wilcox, 15; and Aldo Zepeda, 11.

Fifty-seven more SOFLO swimmers will compete in 314 events on Saturday and Sunday at the Jesse Vassallo 2016 Invitational at the Pompano Beach Aquatic Center.

They are: Alana Acevedo, 14; Sarah Acevedo, 12; Madison Adkins, 9; Daniela Barreto, 12; Fernando Barreto, 10; Kaitlyn Barrios, 10; Shayna Blitz, 11; Samuel Bullen, 11; Mariann Catalasan, 10; Alexis Christensen, 10; Javier Colmenares, 9; Juan Colmenares, 12; Mark Andre De Gracia, 12; Luna Delgado, 10; Kyle Dorn, 10; Matthew Escudero, 9; Mia Escudero, 11; Celeste Estrada, 10; Odin Farkas, 12; Valeria Garcia, 12; Logan Gonzalez, 11; Kalin Hubbard, 12; Danniell Hughes, 12; Aliya Khan, 12; Benjamin Kim, 8; Matthew Kim, 11; jena Legaspi, 12; Jonathan Lozano, 9; Anastasia Lutz, 9; Molly Masson, 12; Yannai Michael, 12; Abigail Natino, 9; Joseph-Blake Natino, 7; Judith-Alison Natino, 10; Jacob Navarro, 10; Sebastian Navarro, 12; Leah Pando, 10; Alessandro Pereira, 9; Giada Porven, 8; Lucas Porven, 10; Enrique Rodriguez, 11; Mary Sawyer, 9; Steve Sawyer, 10; Carleigh Schleicher, 10; Mallory Schleicher, 12; Annie Schulze, 9; Natalia Sibug, 10; Lily Sines, 13; Kailey Smith, 11; Owen Smith, 9; Samantha Solia, 11; Christian Tijero, 10; Emma Twombly, 12; Valerie Vank, 10; Christian Vasquez, 12; Sarah Vasquez, 8; and Nicole Vignali, 10.

SOFLO’s Masters team will compete in the Coral Springs Short Course Yards Last Chance Masters Meet on Saturday at the Michael Lohberg Pool of Champions at Coral Springs Aquatic Complex.

Warm-up is 11 a.m. and the action gets under way at noon.

SOFLO masters coach and swimmer Carlos Morante will be joined by Xavier Brown, Paula Berti, Marilde Roman, Julia Fermayer, Terri Rivera and Edileide Marinheiro. Morante, Fermayer and Berti are each entered in five events.

The meet is open to all registered USMS swimmers ages 18 and older. Each swimmer is limited to five events plus relays.

Coral Springs Masters will host a social sponsored by Gold Coast Masters after the meet.

IF YOU GO

What: Gulliver Long Course Invitational

When: Friday-Sunday, all timed finals.

Schedule: Friday, Session 1, 4:30 p.m.; Saturday, Session 2, 9 a.m., Session 3, 2 p.m.; Sunday, Session 4, 9:30 a.m., Session 5, 2:30 p.m.

Where: Gulliver Prep Aquatics Complex, 6575 North Kendall Drive, Pinecrest.

Admission: $3 per session. For information call 305-666-7937.

What: Jesse Vassallo 2016 Invitational

When: Saturday-Sunday, timed finals.

Schedule: Saturday, Session 1, 9 a.m., Session 2, 15 minutes after the previous session; Sunday, Session 3, 9 a.m., Session 4, 15 minutes after the previous session.

Where: Pompano Beach Aquatic Center, 820 NE 18th Ave.

Admission: $3 per session. For information call 954-372-5029.

What: Coral Springs Short Course Yards Last Chance Masters Meet

When: Saturday, noon.

Where: Coral Springs Aquatic Complex, 12441 Royal Palm Boulevard, Coral Springs

Admission: Free. For information call 954-345-2121.

Bermuda Sharks, Canadian Youth Team Swimmers Dominate Day One Action At Validus Bermuda National Championships; SOFLO Swims Friday


By Sharon Robb

May 19, 2016—Teenager Octavia Lau of the Canadian Youth Team won the 800-meter freestyle Thursday on the opening day of the Validus Bermuda National Long Course Championships at the National Aquatic Centre.

Lau won in a lifetime best 9:04.90, shaving 3.60 seconds off her previous best. Lau is entered in six other events over the next three days.

Canadian Youth Team has entered 12 members to compete against some of the top Caribbean swimmers.

Five South Florida Aquatic Club swimmers, led by Bermuda national record holder Lisa Blackburn, will begin competing on Friday.

The meet has been sanctioned by FINA, the sport’s international governing body, as one of the last few qualifiers for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and will also serve as a final qualifier for the Caribbean Island Swimming Championships.

Blackburn, 44, one of the oldest swimmers in the meet, will be joined by 2012 U.S. Olympic relay gold medalist Claire Donahue, American Kile Aukerman, Alina Schulhofer of Austria and Timothy Wynter of Jamaica.

Swimmers from Canada, Trinidad & Tobago, Panama, Guam, Syria, Jamaica, Austria, Venezuela and U.S. are expected to compete. Nine swim clubs are entered.

THURSDAY RESULTS

WOMEN

400-meter freestyle:

12-and-under, 1. Elan Daley, Sharks 4:54.86, 2. Logan Watson-Brown, Sharks 5:09.90, 3. Taylor White, Harbor Amateur Swim Club 5:14.77.

800-meter freestyle:

Open, 1.Octavia Lau, Canadian Youth Team 9:04.90, 2. Kayla Sanchez, Canadian Youth Team 9:13.15, 3. Maria Far Nunez, LaSalle Swim Team 9:29.76.

MEN

400-meter freestyle:

12-and-under, 1. Brian Desmond, Sharks 4:49.64, 2. Elijah Daley, Sharks 5:18.74, 3. Neil Budge, Sharks 6:01.92.

1500-meter freestyle:

12-and-under, 1. Brian Desmond, Sharks 19:22.13: 13-and-over, 1. Ruslan Gaziev, Canadian Youth Team 16:50.35, 2. Mackenzie Flowers, Canadian Youth Team 16:52.68, 3. Joshua Young, Canadian Youth Team 17:05.19.

Mixed 50-meter time trial:

1.Roberto Gomez, Unattached 23.40, 2. Rebecca Heyliger, Sharks 26.13, 3. Madelyn Moore, Sharks 26.36.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com

SOFLO Swimmers Headed To Validus Bermuda National Championships


By Sharon Robb

May 17, 2016—Five South Florida Aquatic Club swimmers, led by Bermuda national record holder Lisa Blackburn, will compete in the Bermuda Amateur Swimming Association Validus National Long Course Championships Thursday through Sunday at the National Aquatic Centre.

The meet has been sanctioned by FINA, the sport’s international governing body, as one of the last few qualifiers for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro and will also serve as a final qualifier for the Caribbean Island Swimming Championships.

Blackburn, 44, one of the oldest swimmers in the meet, is trying to reach the Olympic B standard in the breaststroke events for Bermuda. She is also a masters world age group record holder.

Blackburn is second seed in the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:12.11. She is seeded third in the 200-meter individual medley in 2:26.90 and eighth in the 100-meter freestyle in 1:00.12.

Blackburn is coming off the Mayaguez International Swimming Open in Puerto Rico, where she swam a best time 58.95 in the 100-meter freestyle and finished third. She also won the 100-meter breaststroke in a season-best 1:13.19, the first time she has been under 1:14 in a year.

“I am really encouraged by my results,” Blackburn said. “Anything is possible regardless of age. It’s always special to represent Bermuda and I take a lot of pride in being able to do so.”

Joining Blackburn are 2012 U.S. Olympic relay gold medalist Claire Donahue, Kile Aukerman, Alina Schulhofer and Timothy Wynter.

Wynter, 20, of Jamaica, is top seed in the 50-meter backstroke in 26.89 and 100-meter backstroke in 57.66. He is second seed in the 200-meter backstroke in 2:07.60. He is 11th seed in the 50-meter freestyle in 24.98.

Donahue, 27, is top seed in the 50-meter butterfly in 26.31, 100-meter butterfly in 58.86 and 200-meter butterfly in 2:14.28. She is fifth seed in the 50-meter freestyle in 27.03.

Schulhofer, 21, of Austria, is second seed in the 200-meter freestyle in 2:05.73, third in the 100-meter freestyle in 58.16 and fifth in the 100-meter butterfly in 1:05.40.

Aukerman, 23, trying to qualify for the U.S. Olympic Trials, is seeded third in the 100-meter breaststroke in 1:03.75, third in the 200-meter breaststroke in 2:18.95 and fourth in the 50-meter breaststroke in 29.54.

Countries expected to compete are Trinidad & Tobago, Panama, Guam, Syria, Jamaica, Austria and Venezuela.

The competition begins Thursday night at 6 p.m.

ELSEWHERE

U.S. Olympic hopeful and American record holder Kelsi Worrell has turned pro and signed with TYR, sponsor of South Florida Aquatic Club and leading manufacturer of competitive swim and triathlon gear. Worrell is the nation’s top butterflyer. At Louisville, she won three NCAA career titles in the butterfly and set American and NCAA records.

“We are incredibly excited to welcome Kelsi to the TYR family,” said Matt DiLorenzo, TYR CEO. “She has proven to be a rising star in the sport, and we have complete confidence that her already extraordinary career has only just begun.”

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com

SOFLO’s Alia Atkinson Takes Third On Final Day Of Arena Pro Swim Series


By Sharon Robb

May 15, 2016—Alia Atkinson of South Florida Aquatic Club placed third in the 50-meter breaststroke Sunday on the fourth and final day of the Arena Pro Swim Series at the newly-renovated Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center in Charlotte, N.C.

The 27-year-old three-time Jamaican Olympian was the third fastest qualifier in 31.33 and lowered that time to 30.77 in the final.

Lilly King set a meet and pool record winning the 50-meter breaststroke in 30.34, lowering Atkinson’s previous record of 30.54.

Atkinson was also 47th in 100-meter freestyle in 59.33.

SOFLO teammate Jorge Murillo Valdes of Colombia, eighth in prelims in the 50-meter breaststroke in 28.38, finished eighth again in finals in 28.75.

In Sunday’s other action:

World record holder Ryan Lochte, 31, won the 200-meter individual medley in 1:58.97, just shy of his 2016 world best of 1:58.43.

Cody Miller, 24, of Badger completed a breaststroke sweep winning the 50-meter breaststroke in a pool record 27.39 to lower the existing record of 27.71 set by Mike Alexandrov in 2013.

Leah Smith, 21, swimming unattached won the 800-meter freestyle in 8:27.79, her fastest time of the year.

Caitlin Leverenz, 25, of Cal Aquatics won the 200-meter individual medley in 2:14.44. She led from wire-to-wire.

Canadian Dominique Bouchard won the 200-meter backstroke in 2:09.14.

Arkady Vyatchanin beat Tyler Clary in the 200-meter backstroke in 1:59.09. Clary finished in 1:59.25. The two swam stroke-for-stroke for most of the race.

Canadian Penny Oleksiak won the 100-meter freestyle in 53.41.

Canadian Santo Condorelli won the 100-meter freestyle in 48.41.

Connor Jaeger won the 1500-meter freestyle with a 13-second cushion in 14:59.13.

The top three finishers win $1,000, $600 and $200. The meet was also a FINA-approved competition where swimmers can achieve qualifying times for the Olympics.

Only two Arena Pro Swim Series meets remain including Santa Clara and Indianapolis.

SUNDAY’S EVENTS

WOMEN

800-meter freestyle: 1. Leah Smith, Unattached 8:27.79, 2. Ashley Twichell, Unattached 8:30.45, 3. Lindsay Vrooman, Badger 8:32.94.

200-meter individual medley: 1. Caitlin Leverenz, Cal Aquatics 2:12.72, 2. Karlee Bispo, Unattached 2:13.96, 3. Siobhan Haughey, Michigan 2:14.60.

200-meter backstroke: 1. Dominique Bouchard, Swimming Canada 2:09.14, 2. Erin Voss, Unattached 2:10.37, 3. Clara Smiddy, Michigan 2:11.22.

50-meter breaststroke: 1. Lilly King, Indiana 30.35, 2. Katie Meilli, SwimMAC 30.42, 3. Alia Atkinson, SOFLO 30.77.

100-meter freestyle: 1. Penny Oleksiask, Swimming Canada 53.41, 2. Chantal Van Landeghem, Swimming Canada 54.13, 3. Dana Vollmer, Cal Aquatics 54.19; SOFLO: 47. Alia Atkinson 59.33.

MEN

1500-meter freestyle: 1. Connor Jaeger, Club Wolverine 14:59.13, 2. Zane Grothe, Badger 15:13.29, 3. Ricardo Vargas, Mexico 15:14.18.

200-meter individual medley: 1. Ryan Lochte, SwimMAC 1:58.97, 2. Connor Dwyer, Trojan SC 2:00.90, 3. Norbert Szabo, Unattached 2:01.56.

200-meter backstroke: 1. Arkady Vyatchanin, New York Athletic Club 1:59.09, 2. Tyler Clary, SwimMAC 1:59.25, 3. Carter Griffin, UMIZ 1:59.86.

50-meter breaststroke: 1. Cody Miller, Badger 27.53, 2. Jason Block, Swimming Canada 27.64, 3. Nic Eriksson, QU 27.96; SOFLO: 8. Jorge Murillo Valdes 28.75, 32. Marc Rojas 31.00.

100-meter freestyle: 1. Santo Condorelli, Swimming Canada 48.41, 2. Jimmy Feigen, NYAC 49.56, 3. Yuri Kisil, Swimming Canada 49.60.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com

Santander, Valls Win On Final Day Of All-Florida Sr. Circuit Meet


By Sharon Robb

May 15, 2016—Andrea Santander of Pine Crest Swimming and Kyla Valls of Miami Swimming were top local winners at the All-Florida Senior Circuit Meet Sunday at Florida Gulf Coast University Aquatics Center in Fort Myers.

Santander, 14, won the 200-meter individual medley in 2:22.04.

Valls, 17, won the 100-meter freestyle in a best time 56.24. Her previous best was 57.45. She lowered it first in prelims in 56.82.

Guillaume Bolivard, 18, of Swim Fort Lauderdale was the top Florida Gold Coast boys finisher, winning the 100-meter freestyle in a best time 53.25, dropping from 53.64.

South Florida Aquatic Club swimmers did not compete on the third and final day.

SUNDAY’S RESULTS

WOMEN

800-meter freestyle:

1.Olivia McMurray, SWIM 9:01.57, 2. Alixandra Roy, Highlander 9:02.02, 3. Karen Durnago, Unattached 9:14.16.

200-meter individual medley:

1.Andrea Santander, Pine Crest 2:22.04, 2. Paige Hamilton, Highlander 2:23.08, 3. Caroline Cooper, Highlander 2:23.24.

200-meter backstroke:

1.Ryley Ober, SRQ 2:17.31, 2. Karen Vilorio Muchnik, SWIM 2:21.60, 3. Giulia Guerra Montes, Pine Crest Swimming 2:22.60.

100-meter freestyle:

1.Kyla Valls, Miami Swimming 56.24, 2. Kaitlyn Schorr, STAR 57.64, 3. Isabella Paez, Metro Aquatics 57.84.

MEN

1500-meter freestyle:

1.Theodore Smith, SRQ 15:53.00, 2. Hayden Curley, Highlander 15:54.40, 3. Drew Clark, SYS 16:07.59.

200-meter individual medley:

1.Campbell Lee, SRQ 2:09.35, 2. Samuel Smiddy, Unattached 2:10.70, 3. Keanan Dols, SYS 2:11.12.

200-meter backstroke:

1.Keanan Dols, SYS 2:07.14, 2. Matthew Strickland, SWIM 2:10.23, 3. Aitor Fungairino, Metro Aquatics 2:10.28.

100-meter freestyle:

1.Guillaume Bolivard, SFTL 53.25, 2. Irvin Hoost, Metro Aquatics 53.64, 3. Daniel Erlenmeyer, SYS 53.93.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com

Bolles Alum Condorelli Wins Again At Arena Pro Swim Series; Murillo, Atkinson Among Top 10


By Sharon Robb

May 14, 2016—Jacksonville Bolles alum Santo Condorelli won his second event Saturday night in the Arena Pro Swim Series at the newly-renovated Mecklenburg County Aquatic Center in Charlotte, N.C.

Condorelli, competing for Canada, won the 50-meter butterfly in 23.82, the only swimmer to crack 24 seconds. In morning prelims, he went 23.77 to earn the top seed.

On Friday, Condorelli, 21, posted the lone sub-53 second time to win the 100-meter butterfly in 52.53.

“I’m working on specific things at this event and trying to fine-tune my performance in preparing for the Olympics,” Condorelli said.

South Florida Aquatic Club three-time Jamaican Olympian Alia Atkinson scratched from the C final of the 200-meter breaststroke to focus on the B final of the 50 butterfly.

Atkinson finished 10th in the 50-meter butterfly final in 27.17. In morning prelims, Atkinson finished 22nd in the 200-meter breaststroke in 2:36.26. In morning prelims, she was 16th in the 50-meter butterfly in 27.92.

SOFLO teammate Jorge Murillo, 24, of Colombia was eighth in the 200-meter breaststroke in 2:20.68.

In Saturday’s other action:

Cammile Adams won the 200-meter butterfly in 2:08.14, her best time of the year.

Mexico’s Jonathan Gomez won the 200-meter butterfly in 1:57.36.

Canadian Chantal Van Landeghem won the 50-meter freestyle in 24.43.

Kylie Masse of Canada turned in the only sub-minute 100-meter backstroke to win in 59.98.

Arkady Vyatchanin won the 100-meter backstroke in 54.80 ahead of Ryan Lochte, second in 55.22.

Anne Lazor won the 200-meter breaststroke in 2:24.96.

Cody Miller won the men’s 200-meter breaststroke in 2:12.22.

Dana Vollmer, looking stronger than ever, won the 50-meter butterfly in 25.87 just ahead of Penny Oleksiak in 25.97.

Leah Smith won the 400-meter freestyle in a pool record in 4:05.21. The four-year record was held by Allison Schmidt in 4:05.40.

Conor Dwyer, training in altitude the last two months, led from wire to wire to win the 400-meter freestyle in 3:47.37.

Anthony Ervin, who recently relocated to SwimMAC, won the 50-meter freestyle in the only sub-22 in 21.98. Condorelli was second in 22.15.

The field features 30 national team members and more than 500 swimmers. The top three finishers win $1,000, $600 and $200. The meet is also a FINA-approved competition where swimmers can achieve qualifying times for the Olympics.

A full schedule of long course events are scheduled for Sunday, the meet’s final day, with prelims at 9 a.m. and finals at 6 p.m.

Only three Arena Pro Swim Series meets remain including this weekend’s event in Charlotte, Santa Clara and Indianapolis.

NBC Sports Live Extra will stream Sunday’s final sessions live. NBC Sports Network will air tape-delayed television coverage of the meet from noon to 3 p.m. The entire meet will also be live streamed at usaswimming.org.

SATURDAY’S EVENTS

WOMEN

200-meter butterfly: 1. Cammile Adams, SwimMAC 2:08.14, 2. Jen Marrkand, Unattached 2:09.89, 3. Hannah Saiz, SSTY 2:10.75.

50-meter freestyle: 1. Chantal Van Landeghem, Swimming Canada 24.43, 2. Madison Kennedy, SwimMAC 24.53, 3. Farida Osman, Unattached 25.00

100-meter backstroke: 1. Kylie Masse, Swimming Canada 59.98, 2. Kirsty Coventry, SwimMAC 1:00.12, 3. Ali Deloof, Michigan 1:00.41.

200-meter breaststroke: 1. Anne Lazor, AU 2:24.95, 2. Kierra Smith, Swimming Canada 2:25.06, 3. Lilly King, Indiana 2:25.13; SOFLO: 22. Alia Atkinson 2:36.26.

50-meter butterfly: 1. Dana Vollmer, Cal Aquatics 25.87, 2. Penny Oleksiak, Swimming Canada 25.97, 3. Farida Osman, Unattached 26.11; SOFLO: 10. Alia Atkinson 27.17.

400-meter freestyle: 1. Leah Smith, Unattached 4:05.21, 2. Lindsay Vrooman, Badger 4:07.71, 3. Gillian Ryan, Michigan 4:10.33.

MEN

200-meter butterfly: 1. Jonathan Gomez, SCAR 1:57.36, 2. Tyler Clary, SwimMAC 1:58.68, 3. Zach Harting, Louisville 1:59.68.

50-meter freestyle: 1. Anthony Ervin, Unattached 21.98, 2. Santo Condorelli, Swimming Canada 22.15, 3. Josh Schneider, NYAC 22.16.

100-meter backstroke: 1. Javier Acevedo, Swimming Canada 56.38, 2. Markus Thormeyer, Swimming Canada 56.41, 3. Carter Griffin, UMIZ 56.45.

200-meter breaststroke: 1. Cody Miller, Badger 2:12.22, 2. Mauro Castillo Luna, TAMU 2:15.28, 3. Luis Jasso, Mexico 2:15.48; SOFLO: 8. Jorge Murillo 2:20.68, 37. Marc Rojas 2:34.68.

50-meter butterfly: 1. Santo Condorelli, Swimming Canada 23.82, 2. Matthew Josa, SwimMAC 24.10, 3. Tim Phillips, SwimMAC 24.12.

400-meter freestyle: 1. Connor Dwyer, Trojan SC 3:47.37, 2. Zane Grothe, Badger 3:48.40, 3. Connor Jaeger, Club Wolverine 3:48.62.

Sharon Robb can be reached at sha11cats@aol.com