2023 Westmont Pro Series

2023 PRO SWIM SERIES – WESTMONT

Finalist paper on Saturday

The Pro Swim Series at Westmont concludes Saturday night with the finals of the 1500 Free, 200 IM, 200 Backstroke, 50 Breaststroke and 100 Free.

Leon Marchand Seeking his fourth meet win in the men’s IM 200, he was the top seed in this morning’s heats with a time of 2:01.51. fellow world champion Regan Smith May has her eyes set on another Pro Swim Series record, this time in the 200, where she beats her own meet record of 2:05.34 in the lead with the top seed’s time of 2:07.98.

The fiftieth boobs should feature another fun encounter between them Anna ElendtAnd Lily KingAnd Lydia Jacoby on the part of the woman. On the men’s side, the top three 50 breaststroke qualifiers were separated by just 0.07 seconds.

Stay tuned for live updates below:

Women’s 1500 Freestyle – Final

Top 8:

  1. Beatrice Dezutti – 16:08.29
  2. Krystel Kobrich – 16:10.48
  3. Ching Hui Jan – 16:31.48
  4. Caroline Pennington – 16:35.00
  5. Chase Travis – 16:36.92
  6. Sierra Schmidt – 16:44.34
  7. Liberty Williams – 16:58.49
  8. Luisa Comeni de Silve de Souza Lima – DNS

23 years old, Brazilian Beatrice Dezutti It was neck and neck with the 37-year-old Chilean Krystel Kobric Practically for the entire race before finally pulling away over the last few laps to take a victory in 16:08.29. Dizutti was four seconds slower than her Brazilian national record of 16:04.21 from last month, making her the sixth fastest female performer in the world this season.

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Kobrich faded towards the finish but still set the ninth fastest time in the world this year with her freshman season best mark of 16:10.48. This past summer, Kuprich became the first swimmer ever to compete at 10 world championships.

Behind the international battle for first place was a three-way showdown for third place between the current NCAA contenders. Indiana freshman Qing Hui Gan (16:31.48) beat the Florida freshman Caroline Pennington (16:35.00) for the final podium spot while Virginia Tech Jr Chase Travis He wasn’t too far behind fourth with a time of 16:36.92.

During the afternoon of the 1500 heat, 15 Maddy Mintenko She led the way with a 17:02.15, tying 16 seconds off her lifetime best.

Men’s 1500 FREESTYLE – Finals

  • World Record: 14:31.02 – Sun Yang, CHN (2011)
  • American Record: 14:36.70 – Bobby FinkUSA (2022)
  • US Open Record: 14:45.54 – Peter Vanderkay, USA (2008)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 14:53.12 – Jordan Wilimowski, USA (2016)

Top 8:

  1. Bobby Fink – 15:08.51
  2. Charlie Clark – 15:19.17
  3. Zlan Sarkani – 15:26.63
  4. Aryan Nehra – 15:29.92
  5. Kilavuz Mert – 15:47.21
  6. Cole Coaster – 15:47.57
  7. Mason Carlton – 15:55.23
  8. Eli Shweyat – 16:04.66

Bobby FinkThe time of 15:08.51 was the slowest 1500 Pro Swim Series freestyle this year, but it was good for a win more than eight seconds ahead of the runner-up. Charlie Clark (15:19.17). Finke went in 15:06.53 in Knoxville and 15:02.54 in Fort Lauderdale.

Arizona State freshman Sarkan Zalan He was about six seconds off his personal best with a time of 15:26.63 on his way to third place.

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Women’s 200 individual medley final

  • World Record: 2:06.12, Katinka Hoszu (2015)
  • American Record: 2:06.15, Ariana Cockers (2009)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 2:08.08, Summer McIntosh (2023)
  • US Open Record: 2:07.84, Alex Walsh (2022)

Top 8:

  1. Leah Hayes – 2:10.03
  2. Anastasia Gorbenko – 2: 11.23
  3. Easy Ivy – 2:12.56
  4. Beata Nelson – 2:12.76
  5. Leah Smith – 2:13.37
  6. Leah Polonsky – 2:14.21
  7. Guilia Goerigk – 2:16.25
  8. McKenna Depfer – 2:17 .01

Men’s 200 Medley Final

  • World Record: 1:54.00, Ryan Lochte (2011)
  • American Record: 1:54.00, Ryan Lochte (2011)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 1:56.32, Michael Phelps (2012)
  • US Open Record: 1:54.56, Ryan Lochte (2009)

Top 8:

The Women’s 200 – Final Wallpaper

  • World Record: 2:03.14, Kylie McCune (2023)
  • American Record: 2:03.35, Regan Smith (2019)
  • Pro Swim Series record: 2:05.34, Regan Smith (2023)
  • US Open Record: 2:05.08, Phoebe Bacon (2022)

Top 8:

200 men’s wallpaper – final

  • World Record: 1:51.92, Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • American Record: 1:51.92, Aaron Peirsol (2009)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 1:55.04, Xu Jiayu (2017)
  • US Open Record: 1:53.08, Aaron Peirsol (2009)

Top 8:

The fiftieth woman’s chest line – the ultimate

  • World Record: 29.30, Benedetta Pellato (2021)
  • American Record: 29.40, Lily King (2017)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 29.62, Lily King (2018)
  • US Open Record: 29.62, Lily King (2018)

50 men’s chest line – the beginning

  • World Record: 25.95, Adam Peaty (2017)
  • American Record: 26.45, Nick Fink (2022)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 26.84, Michael Andrew (2023)
  • US Open Record: 26.52, Michael Andrew (2022)

Top 8:

100 Women’s Freestyle – Final

  • World Record: 51.71, Sarah Sjostrom (2017)
  • American record: 52.04, Simon Manuel (2019)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 53.12, Sarah Sjostrom (2016)
  • US Open Record: 52.54, Simon Manuel (2018)
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Top 8:

Men’s 100 Freestyle – Final

  • World Record: 46.86, David Popovici (2022)
  • American Record: 46.96, Caeleb Dressel (2019)
  • Pro Swim Series Record: 48.00, Nathan Adrian (2016)
  • US Open Record: 47.39, Caeleb Dressel/Ryan Held

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