2021 U.S. Olympic Trials Wave I: Day 2 Prelims Reside Recap

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2021 U.S. OLYMPIC SWIMMING TRIALS
We now have a shorter prelims consultation on day 2, that includes simplest the lads’s and girls’s 200 loose, 100 breast, and 400 IM. Lots of the occasions these days aren’t closely populated, as there are simplest 2 heats each and every of the lads’s and girls’s 200 freestyles, and males’s 400 IM, and there are simplest 3 heats of the ladies’s 400 IM. Then again, the lads’s 100 breast has 11 heats this morning, making it one of the most biggest fields within the Wave I meet.
The boys’s 200 loose will probably be an interesting race, as there are simplest 10 athletes racing this morning. 8 of the ten will advance to the A last, the place they’re going to have a shot at then advancing to the Wave II subsequent week, and the ground 2 swimmers this morning will probably be within the B ultimate this night. Ultimate evening’s 100 loose champion, 17-year-old Patrick Sammon, is without doubt one of the names to observe on this race this night. Sammon is the second seed, and certainly one of simplest 2 swimmers seeded below 1:50. He additionally swam an entire life very best 100 loose remaining evening.
Likewise, remaining evening’s ladies’s 100 again champion, Autumn Haebig of the College of Nebraska, will probably be taking a look so as to add every other Wave II match to her agenda. Haebig is the highest seed within the ladies’s 200 loose, however the box is very tight. There are simplest 16 swimmers within the match, so all will advance to finals this night, and get a possibility at a 2nd swim, however simplest the highest 8 could have a shot at advancing to Wave II this night. Haebig used to be in best shape the day past, alternatively, swimming lifetime bests in each prelims and finals of the ladies’s 100 again. If she will do the similar these days, she shouldn’t have an issue advancing.
Former Denison swimmer Kt Kustritz is the highest seed within the ladies’s 100 breast. The NCAA DIII standout is the primary and simplest DIII swimmers to wreck 1:00 within the ladies’s SCY 100 breast. She enters the meet simply shy of the Wave II usual.
A couple of 18 & unders are tied for the highest seed within the males’s 100 breast. Carpet Capital 18-year-old Henry Bethel and Metroplex’s Zhier Fan each input the meet with a time of one:02.00. Then again, there are over 80 swimmers slated to race the development this morning, and so they’re all seeded inside about 1.3 seconds of one another, so this must be one of the vital thrilling prelims of the consultation.
The youngest Trials qualifier of the cycle is about to swim the ladies’s 400 IM. Now 13-year-old Kayla Han of L. a. Mirada Armada used to be 12 remaining weekend when she hit her qualifying time within the match. Han additionally set 3 11-12 women Nationwide Age Crew Data remaining weekend, so we’ll see if she will proceed racing at that stage for a second week in a row. Ohio State’s Katie Hint, who gained the ladies’s 200 fly remaining evening, could also be swimming the ladies’s 400 IM this morning. Hint has been nice for the Buckeyes within the SCY model of the 400 IM. We’ll see if she may also upload a 2nd Wave II race to her agenda.
There also are simplest 16 swimmers within the males’s 400 IM, so all gets a 2nd swim this night. The secret will probably be completing within the best part this morning, to have a possibility at advancing to Wave II this night. This will probably be every other interesting race, as 1-16 is simplest separated through 2.32 seconds.
 
WOMEN’S 200 FREE – PRELIMS
International File: 1:52.08  — Federica Pellegrini (ITA), 2009
American File: 1:53.61 — Allison Schmitt, 2012
U.S. Open File: 1:54.40 — Allison Schmitt, 2012
International Junior File: 1:55.43 — Junxuan Yang (CHN), 2019
2016 Olympic Champion: Katie Ledecky (USA) — 1:53.73
2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Champion: Katie Ledecky – 1:54.88
Wave I Reduce: 2:01.69
Wave II Reduce: 2:00.24
Prelims Best 8:
 
MEN’S 200 FREE – PRELIMS
International File: Paul Biederman (GER) – 1:42.00 (2009)
American File: Michael Phelps  – 1:42.96 (2008)
US Open File: Michael Phelps (USA) – 1:44.10 (2008)
International Junior File: Sunwoo Hwang (KOR) – 1:44.96 (2021)
2016 Olympic Champion: Solar Yang (CHN) – 1:44.65
2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Townley Haas – 1:45.66
Wave I Reduce: 1:50.79
Wave II Reduce: 1:49.65
Prelims Best 8:
 
WOMEN’S 100 BREAST – PRELIMS
International File: Lilly King (USA) – 1:04.13 (2017)
American File: Lilly King – 1:04.13 (2017)
US Open File: Jessica Hardy (USA) – 1:04.45 (2009)
International Junior File: Ruta Meilutyte (LTU) – 1:05.21 (2014)
2016 Olympic Champion: Lilly King (USA) – 1:04.93
2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Lilly King – 1:05.20
Wave I Reduce: 1:10.99
Wave II Reduce: 1:09.55
Prelims Best 8:
 
MEN’S 100 BREAST – PRELIMS
International File: Adam Peaty (GBR) – 56.88 (2019)
American File: Kevin Cordes – 58.64 (2017)
US Open File: Michael Andrew (USA) – 58.67 (2021)
International Junior File: Nicolo Martinenghi (ITA) – 59.01 (2017)
2016 Olympic Champion: Adam Peaty (GBR) – 57.13
2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Kevin Cordes – 59.18
Wave I Reduce: 1:03.29
Wave II Reduce: 1:01.97
Prelims Best 8:
 
WOMEN’S 400 IM – PRELIMS
International File: Katinka Hosszu (HUN) – 4:26.36 (2016)
American File: Katie Hoff – 4:31.12 (2008)
US Open File: Katinka Hosszu (HUN) – 4:31.07 (2015)
International Junior File: Yu Yiting (CHN) – 4:35.94 (2021)
2016 Olympic Champion: Katinka Hosszu (HUN) – 4:26.36
2016 US Olympic Trials Champion: Maya DiRado – 4:33.73
Wave I Reduce: 4:51.79
Wave II Reduce: 4:47.72
Prelims Best 8:
 
MEN’S 400 IM  – PRELIMS
International file: Michael Phelps (USA) – 4:03.84 (2008)
American file: Michael Phelps – 4:03.84 (2008)
U.S. Open file: Michael Phelps – 4:05.25 (2008)
International Junior file: Ilya Borodin (RUS) – 4:11.17 (2021)
2016 Olympic Champion: Kosuke Hagino (JPN) – 4:06.05
2016 U.S. Olympic Trials Champion: Chase Kalisz – 4:09.54
Wave I Reduce: 4:25.99
Wave II Reduce: 4:23.24
Prelims Best 8:

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