2021 Professional Swim Sequence – Mission Viejo: Day 2 Prelims Dwell Recap


2021 Professional Swim Sequence – Mission Viejo (#3)

Day Two Prelims: Thursday, April 8

The second session at 2021 Professional Swim Sequence – Mission Viejo (the ladies’s and males’s 800 freestyles passed off earlier right now) will include preliminary heats of the ladies’s and males’s 200 free, 100 breast, 100 fly, and 400 IM. Finals in these occasions will probably be swum on Friday morning. In flipping the standard prelims-in-the morning, finals-at-night state of affairs, USA Swimming is starting to get its athletes prepared for the scheduling format for the Tokyo Olympics.

Two of probably the most anticipated occasions of the meet will happen tonight. Within the males’s 200 free, Andrew Seliskar (1:45.71), Dean Farris (1:46.45), and Zach Apple (1:46.76) will probably be challenged by Patrick Callan (1:47.36) and Caeleb Dressel (1:47.31).

The elite of USA breaststroke, led by Lilly King (1:04.93), Annie Lazor (1:06.03), and Molly Hannis (1:06.43), will all be competing within the 100.

Dressel (49.50) and Seliskar (51.34) are additionally swimming within the 100 fly, together with Michael Andrew (51.33), Tom Shields (51.59), Nicolas Albiero (52.38), and Luis Martinez (51.44).

Melanie Margalis (4:32.53), Brooke Forde (4:36.06), and Madisyn Cox (4:37.23) are the headliners within the 400 IM. Charlie Swanson (4:11.46) and Sean Grieshop (4:13.90) prime the charts within the males’s race.

Ladies’s 200 Meter Freestyle

  • Professional Swim Report: 1:54.43 Katie Ledecky (2016)
  • Trials Wave II: 2:00.24
  • Trials Wave I: 2:01.69

High 16 qualifiers:

  1. Katie Ledecky 24 Nation’s Capital 1:55.40q
  2. Allison Schmitt 30 Solar Satan Swimmi 1:58.20 q
  3. Katie McLaughlin 23 California Aquat 1:58.30 q
  4. Madisyn Cox 25 Longhorn Aquatic 1:58.31 q
  5. *Joanna Evans 23 Longhorn Aquatic 1:58.43 q
  6. Hali Flickinger 26 Solar Satan Swimmi 1:58.49 q
  7. Emma Nordin 21 Solar Satan Swimmi 1:58.51 q
  8. Abbey Weitzeil 24 California Aquat 1:58.65 q
  9. Melanie Margalis 29 Saint Petersburg 1:58.77 q
  10. Katie Drabot 23 Alto Swim Membership-P 1:59.07 q
  11. Olivia Smoliga 26 Athens Bulldog S 1:59.08 q
  12. Leah Smith 25 Unattached-AZ 1:59.31 q
  13. Isabel Ivey 20 Unattached-PC 1:59.32 q
  14. Brooke Forde 22 Alto Swim Membership-P 1:59.34 q
  15. Justina Kozan 17 Mission Viejo Na 1:59.41 q
  16. Macky Hodges 16 Mission Viejo Na 2:00.00 q

Lisa Bratton gained the primary warmth, coming from behind over the ultimate 50 meters to the touch in 2:02.96, her greatest time by 1.2 seconds. 16-year-old Macky Hodges of Mission Viejo certified for Wave II with 2:00.00 in warmth 2. She was adopted by Amalie Mortensen (2:01.17) and Ashley Twichell (2:01.86).

Katie McLaughlin gained warmth 3 by .01 over Madisyn Cox, 1:58.30 to 1:58.31. Abbey Weitzeil had led for 150 meters from out in lane 7; she completed third in 1:58.65, her first time beneath the two:00 mark.

Allison Schmitt outsplit the sector in warmth 4 over the third 50 with 29.9 to take over the lead. She gained in 1:58.20, adopted by Joanna Evans (1:58.43) and Hali Flickinger (1:58.49).

Katie Ledecky crushed the ultimate warmth with 1:55.40, shifting to #2 on the earth for the season. Emma Nordin touched in 1:58.51 for second. Leah Smith was third in 1:59.31.

2 Katie
Ledecky
USA 1:55.40 04/08
3 Emma
McKeon
AUS 1:55.56 03/21
4 Siobhan
Haughey
HKG 1:55.81 03/21
5 Ariarne
Titmus
AUS 1:55.93 12/13

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Males’s 200 Meter Freestyle

  • Professional Swim Report: 1:44.82 Solar Yang
  • Trials Wave II: 1:49.65
  • Trials Wave I: 1:50.79

High 16 qualifiers:

  1. *Khader Baqlah 22 Gator Swim Membership- 1:47.91 q
  2. *Batur Unlu 18 Una MAAC-GA 1:47.92 q
  3. Andrew Seliskar 24 California Aquat 1:48.38 q
  4. Caeleb Dressel 24 Gator Swim Membership- 1:48.69 q
  5. Patrick Callan 21 Una CW-MI 1:48.73 q
  6. Drew Loy 23 Gator Swim Membership- 1:48.98 q
  7. Zane Grothe 28 Boulder Metropolis Hen 1:49.11 q
  8. *Zheng Quah 24 California Aquat 1:49.44 q
  9. Zach Apple 23 Mission Viejo Na 1:49.58 q
  10. Cristian Quinte 28 Irvine Novaquati 1:49.72 q
  11. *Alex Kunert 25 Unattached-NC 1:50.24 q
  12. *Jorge Iga 24 Unattached-AZ 1:50.56 q
  13. Jay Litherland 25 Dynamo Swim Membership 1:50.61 q
  14. Destin Lasco 19 Unattached-PC 1:50.94 q
  15. Luke Maurer 19 Unattached-PC 1:51.36 q
  16. Christopher Myk 20 Unattached-CA 1:51.41 q

Khader Baqlah led the boys’s qualifiers within the 200 free with a warmth 4 win in 1:47.91. Cristian Quintero was second within the warmth with 1:49.72, whereas Jorge Iga completed third (1:50.56). Additionally swimming in warmth 4 had been Dean Farris (1:51.42) and Ryan Lochte (1:51.68).

Batur Unlu gained the ultimate warmth with 1:47.92 over Andrew Seliskar (1:48.38) and Patrick Callan (1:48.73).

Caeleb Dressel took the primary circle-seeded warmth with 1:48.69. Drew Loy edged Zane Grothe, 1:48.98 to 1:49.11, for second within the warmth.

Bryce Mefford dropped 1.1 seconds from his seed time to win warmth 1 in 1:51.73. Luke Maurer gained warmth 2 in 1:51.36, simply edging Christopher Mykkanen (1:51.41).

Ladies’s 100 Meter Breaststroke

  • Professional Swim Report: 1:05.57 Rebecca Soni (2011)
  • Trials Wave II: 1:09.55
  • Trials Wave I: 1:10.99

High 16 qualifiers:

  1. Lilly King 24 Indiana Swim Clu 1:05.32Jq
  2. Lydia Jacoby 17 Unattached-AK 1:06.99 q
  3. Annie Lazor 26 Mission Viejo Na 1:07.09 q
  4. Emily Escobedo 25 Condors Swim Clu 1:07.49 q
  5. Molly Hannis 29 Tennessee Aquati 1:07.55 q
  6. Kaitlyn Dobler 19 Unattached-OR 1:07.80 q
  7. *Diana Petkova 20 Una BAMA-SE 1:08.06 q
  8. Micah Sumrall 30 Gamecock Aquatic 1:08.18 q
  9. Bethany Galat 25 Aggie Swim Membership- 1:07.13 1:08.91 q
  10. *Klara Thormalm 23 Unattached-SI 1:09.08 q
  11. *Ema Rajic 21 Unattached-PC 1:09.47 q
  12. Isabelle Odgers 20 Una NOVA-CA 1:09.70 q
  13. Abigail Herscu 16 Livermore Aqua C 1:10.23 q
  14. Danielle Herrmann 33 Clovis Swim Membership 1:10.58 q
  15. (tie) Skyler Smith 17 Peak Swimming-PC / Izabella Adame 18 Canyons Aquatic- 1:10.79 q

Molly Hannis dominated warmth 1, successful in 1:07.56 over Bethany Galat (1:08.91) and Ema Rajic (1:09.47).

Lydia Jacoby broke 1:07 for the primary time to come back from behind and edge Annie Lazor (1:07.09) in warmth 2 with 1:06.99. That point ranks Jacoby thirteenth on the earth for the season. Emily Escobedo was third in 1:07.49.

Lilly King tied her world-leading time for the 12 months within the remaining warmth, successful with 1:05.32. Kaitlyn Dobler touched second in 1:07.80. Diana Petkova (1:08.06) touched out Micah Sumrall (1:08.18) for third.

2 Martina
Carraro
ITA 1:05.86 04/02
3 Tatjana
Schoenmaker
RSA 1:05.89 02/20
4 Benedetta
Pilato
ITA 1:06.00 04/02
4 Arianna
Castiglioni
ITA 1:06.00 04/02
6 Tang
Qianting
CHN 1:06.39 03/05
7 Evgenia
Chikunova
RUS 1:06.63 10/28
8 Reona
Aoki
JPN 1:06.71 03/04
9 Kanako
Watanabe
JPN 1:06.78 12/03
10 Annie
Lazor
USA 1:06.86 03/27
11 Chelsea
Hodges
AUS 1:06.91 12/14
12 Tes
Schouten
NED 1:06.92 12/05
13 Lydia
Jacoby
USA 1:06.99 04/08

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Males’s 100 Meter Breaststroke

  • Professional Swim Report: 58.86 Adam Peaty (2017)
  • Trials Wave II: 1:01.97
  • Trials Wave I: 1:03.29

High 16 qualifiers:

  1. Nic Fink 27 Athens Bulldog S 59.89 q
  2. Lyubomir Epitropov 21 U of Tennessee-S 1:00.32 q
  3. Michael Andrew 21 Race Tempo Membership-S 1:00.36 q
  4. Andrew Wilson 27 Athens Bulldog S 1:00.51 q
  5. Michael Houlie 20 U of Tennessee-S 1:00.77 q
  6. Kevin Cordes 27 Athens Bulldog S 1:01.13 q
  7. Tommy Cope 23 Membership Wolverine-M 1:01.15 q
  8. Reece Whitley 21 Unattached-PC 1:01.20 q
  9. *Nils Wich-Glas 26 Gator Swim Membership- 1:01.47 q
  10. Dillon Hillis 20 Una GSC-FL 1:01.53 q
  11. Josh Prenot 27 California Aquat 1:01.83 q
  12. *Jimmy Deiparin 28 Irvine Novaquati 1:02.03 q
  13. Zachary Nelson 23 Air Power Academ 1:02.16 q
  14. Brandon Fischer 32 Livermore Aqua C 1:02.19 q
  15. Chase Kalisz 27 Athens Bulldog S 1:02.27 q
  16. *Miguel Chavez 26 Workforce Elite-NC 1:02.34 q

Daniel Chang opened the boys’s breaststroke with 1:04.31 for the warmth win. Lyubomir Epitropov had a robust end in warmth 2 to win with 1:00.32 over Michael Houlie (1:00.77) and Reece Whitley (1:01.20).

Nic Fink improved his seed time by .05 to win warmth 3 in 59.89 for the one sub-1:00 swim of the day. Michael Andrew touched second in 1:00.36. He was adopted by Josh Prenot in 1:01.83.

Andrew Wilson closed it out with a 1:00.51 within the remaining warmth. Kevin Cordes edged Tommy Cope, 1:01.13 to 1:01.15, for second. Dillon Hillis took 1.12 seconds off his seed time to qualify for Wave II with 1:01.53.

Ladies’s 100 Meter Butterfly

  • Professional Swim Report: 56.38 Sarah Sjostrom (2016)
  • Trials Wave II: 59.59
  • Trials Wave I: 1:00.69

High 16 qualifiers:

  1. Kelsi Dahlia 26 Cardinal Aquatic 58.10 q
  2. Katie McLaughlin 23 California Aquat 58.83 q
  3. *Beryl Gastaldello 26 Aggie Swim Membership- 59.35 q
  4. Natalie Hinds 27 Athens Bulldog S 59.36 q
  5. Lillie Nordmann 18 Alto Swim Membership-P 59.40 q
  6. Rachel Klinker 20 Unattached-PC 59.43 q
  7. Madeline Banic 23 Tennessee Aquati 59.46 q
  8. Rhyan White 21 Univ Alabama Swi 59.63 q
  9. *Treatment Rule 24 Longhorn Aquatic 59.70 q
  10. Katie Drabot 23 Alto Swim Membership-P 59.87 q
  11. Leah Gingrich 31 Columbus Aquatic 59.92 q
  12. Gabi Albiero 19 Unattached-KY 1:00.04 q
  13. Hallie Kinsey 20 Unattached-CA 1:00.67 q
  14. Isabel Ivey 20 Unattached-PC 1:00.72 q
  15. *Jade Foelske 19 Solar Satan Swimmi 1:00.76 q
  16. Miki Dahlke 23 Machine Aquatics 1:01.05 q

Rhyan White swam a shocking 59.63 to kick off the ladies’s butterfly heats. She improved her seed time by 3.4 seconds and gained the warmth by simply over 2 seconds, with Meghan Small touching second in 1:01.98. White certified for Wave I and missed Wave II by a mere 4 hundredths.

Beryl Gastaldello edged Rachel Klinker within the first circle-seeded warmth, 59.35 to 59.43. Katie Drabot got here in third with 59.87. Katie McLaughlin went 58.83 to win the subsequent warmth, about 1.5 seconds off her seed time. Treatment Rule went .5 higher than her entry time to complete second with 59.70. Third within the warmth was Gigi Johnson with 1:01.32.

Within the remaining warmth, Kelsi Dahlia and Natalie Hinds had been about even on the midway mark however Dahlia exploded over the ultimate 25 meters to win with 58.10. Hinds simply eked out a second-place end over Lillie Nordmann, 59.37 to 59.40. Madeline Banic earned a berth at Wave II Trials with 59.46, dropping .49.

Males’s 100 Meter Butterfly

  • Professional Swim Report: 50.92 Caeleb Dressel (2020)
  • Trials Wave II: 53.37
  • Trials Wave I: 54.19

High 16 qualifiers:

  1. Luis Martinez 25 Unattached-SE 51.96 q
  2. Tom Shields 29 California Aquat 52.17 q
  3. Andrew Seliskar 24 California Aquat 52.31 q
  4. Michael Andrew 21 Race Tempo Membership-S 52.43 q
  5. *Eric Friese 22 Una GSC-FL 52.45 q
  6. Ryan Murphy 25 California Aquat 52.59 q
  7. Caeleb Dressel 24 Gator Swim Membership- 52.60 q
  8. Santiago Grassi 24 Unattached-SE 52.86 q
  9. *Dylan Carter 25 Workforce Elite-NC 52.95 q
  10. *Hugo Gonzalez 22 Una CAL-PC 52.98 q
  11. *Zheng Quah 24 California Aquat 53.07 q
  12. Giles Smith 29 Una SAC-AZ 53.08 q
  13. Zach Harting 23 Cardinal Aquatic 53.42 q
  14. Nicolas Albiero 21 Unattached-KY 53.54 q
  15. *Kaan Ayar 26 Dallas Mustangs- 53.77 q
  16. (tie) *Oleksii Khnyki 21 Una SPA-AR / Dillon Hillis 20 Una GSC-FL 54.04 q

SWIMOFF:

  1. Dillon Hillis 53.42
  2. Oleksii Khnyki 53.91

Michael Chadwick gained a decent race in warmth 1 of the 100 fly, enhancing his seed time by .7 to cease the clock in 54.33. Drew Loy additionally dropped a half-second, coming to the wall with 54.50 simply forward of Michael Tenney (54.59).

Andrew Seliskar adopted his 200 free efficiency with a 52.31 win in warmth 2 of the fly. Eric Friese improved his seed time by 1.7 seconds to the touch out Ryan Murphy, 54.45 to 52.59. Ryan Lochte, who additionally did a 200 free-100 fly double, went 55.26.

Tom Shields clocked a 52.17 to come back from behind and beat Michael Andrew (52.43), who was main by .4 on the 50 wall. Dylan Carter completed third in warmth 3 with 52.95.

Luis Martinez (51.96) gained the ultimate warmth forward of Santiago Grassi (52.86), who led on the 50, and Caeleb Dressel (52.60).

Within the swim-off for sixteenth place between Oleksii Khnyki and Dillon Hillis, it was Khnyki who took it out first, delivering 24.6 to Hillis’ 25.3. However Hillis got here charging house over the second half of the race and simply pushed by Khnyki on the finish. Each improved on their earlier swims, with Hillis successful, 53.42 to 53.91. Hillis was .05 shy of his second Wave II qualification time of the night.

Ladies’s 400 Meter Particular person Medley

  • Professional Swim Report: 4:31.07 Katinka Hosszu (2015)
  • Trials Wave II: 4:47.72
  • Trials Wave I: 4:51.79

High 13 qualifiers:

  1. Hali Flickinger 26 Solar Satan Swimmi 4:39.13 q
  2. Madisyn Cox 25 Longhorn Aquatic 4:40.11 q
  3. Ally McHugh 23 Wisconsin Aquati 4:40.25 q
  4. Brooke Forde 22 Alto Swim Membership-P 4:40.59 q
  5. Melanie Margali 29 Saint Petersburg 4:44.09 q
  6. Leah Smith 25 Unattached-AZ 4:45.38 q
  7. Haley Anderson 29 Mission Viejo Na 4:47.06 q
  8. Bethany Galat 25 Aggie Swim Membership- 4:50.11 q
  9. Katie Crom 17 Mission Viejo Na 4:50.85 q
  10. Isabelle Odgers 20 Una NOVA-CA 4:51.65 q
  11. *Monika Gonzale 25 Aggie Swim Membership- 4:53.03 q
  12. Claire Tuggle 16 Santa Maria Swim 4:54.56 q
  13. Taylor McCoy 21 Cougar Aquatics- 5:00.29 q

With solely 13 entrants, everybody who competed within the 400 IM will swim in finals tomorrow morning. Ally McHugh gained the primary warmth in 4:40.25 over Brooke Forde. Leah Smith completed third with 4:45.38.

Haley Anderson took the fly out in warmth 2, adopted by Hali Flickinger and Isabelle Odgers. Madisyn Cox took over the lead after the backstroke, whereas Melanie Margalis moved previous Odgers into third. Margalis closed a giant hole on the breaststroke leg, however didn’t fairly catch Flickinger who was in second behind Cox. Over the ultimate 100 meters, Margalis pale whereas Flickinger revved it as much as problem Cox. Flickinger introduced it house in 30.6 over the ultimate 50 meters and bought the win in 4:39.13. Cox touched second in 4:40.11. Margalis went 4:44.09 for third.

Males’s 400 Meter Particular person Medley

  • Professional Swim Report: 4:08.92 Chase Kalisz (2018)
  • Trials Wave II: 4:23.24
  • Trials Wave I: 4:25.99

High 16 qualifiers:

  1. Sean Grieshop 22 Unattached-PC 4:18.13 q
  2. Charlie Swanson 23 Membership Wolverine-M 4:19.43 q
  3. *Tom Peribonio 25 Gator Swim Membership- 4:21.95 q
  4. *Jarod Arroyo 20 Una SUN-AZ 4:22.64 q
  5. Grant Sanders 23 Gator Swim Membership- 4:23.86 q
  6. Josh Prenot 27 California Aquat 4:24.92 q
  7. Mikey Calvillo 20 Indiana Swim Clu 4:26.99 q
  8. Keaton Jones 16 Swim Neptune-AZ 4:27.42 q
  9. *Etay Gurevich 25 Unattached-AZ 4:22.66 q
  10. Will Gallant 19 Mission Viejo Na 4:31.10 q
  11. Max Vega Cuevas 17 Unattached-PC 4:31.94 q
  12. Kyle Brill 17 Canyons Aquatic- 4:32.46 q
  13. Daniel Gloude 24 Coronado Swim As 4:34.52 q
  14. Parker Reynolds 17 Santa Maria Swim 4:36.07 q
  15. Sebastien Sergi 17 SwimAtlanta-GA 4:30.03 q
  16. Jason Schreiber 19 Mission Viejo Na 4:37.83 q

There have been some huge time drops within the opening warmth of males’s 400 IM, as Kyle Brill and Parker Reynolds each crushed their seed occasions. Brill dropped 11.6 for 4:32.46; Reynolds improved by 13.1 for 4:36.07.

Sean Grieshop led from begin to end in warmth 2, getting the win in 4:18.13. Tom Peribono (4:21.95) and Grant Sanders (4:23.86) completed 2-3 behind him.

Charlie Swanson was one other wire-to-wire warmth winner, taking the ultimate warmth in 4:22.64. Jared Arroyo was in second place after the fly and again legs, however Josh Prenot caught him on the breaststroke. Arroyo outsplit Prenot over the ultimate 100 meters, although, and took second within the warmth with 4:22.64. Prenot was third in 4:24.92.

 



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