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Cal Commit Alicia Henry Swims 1:01 in 100 Breaststroke at Dynamo Pentathlon

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2020 Doug Coers Modified Pentathlon

  • September 25-27, 2020
  • Raymond Arthur Bussard Aquac Heart, Atlanta, Georgia
  • 25 yard (Quick Course Yards)
  • Outcomes on Meet Cellular: “2020 Doug Coers Modified Pentathlon”

Dynamo Swim Membership held the 2020 Doug Coers Modified Pentathlon at their house pool in Atlanta, Georgia this previous week. The Raymond Arthur Bussard Aquatic Heart performed host to the workforce’s athletes, separated by group and day as a way to accommodate COVID-19 restrictions.

The protocols in place on the meet meant that volunteers had been restricted and swimmers had been enlisted to hit the touchpad backup timing button for the swimmer within the warmth earlier than them.

Every session was capped at 110 swimmers most, with the workforce’s 10 coaching teams dived throughout Eight completely different classes of racing. The schedule ran as follows;

Session Group(s)
Friday, Sept 25 – 5:30 PM Senior 1 & Senior 2
Saturday, Sept 26 – 8:30 AM Senior Three Inexperienced
Saturday, Sept 26 – 12:30 PM Age Group 1 Inexperienced
Saturday, Sept 26 – 4:30 PM Senior Three Gold & Age Group 1 Gold
Sunday, Sept 27 – 8:40 PM Age Group 2 Gold
Sunday, Sept 27 – 11:10 AM Age Group 2 Inexperienced
Sunday, Sept 27 – 1:40 PM Age Group Three Gold
Sunday, Sept 27 – 4:10 PM Age Group Three Inexperienced

On the Senior 1 / Senior 2 session, Alicia Henry swam Four occasions, profitable 2 of them; the 100 breaststroke and 200 IM. Within the 100, she swam a 1:01.31 to complete forward of Peyton Curry (1:05.35) and Jamie Christy (1:06.11). The 25-year outdated Christy is a former USC Trojan and 2012 Olympic Trials qualifier who hasn’t raced in an official meet since 2016.

Henry additionally received the 200 IM in a time of two:07.93, with Avery Bargeron in second with a 2:08.35 and Katheryn Antonowich in third with a 2:10.44.

Henry is a a lot better dash breaststroker than 200 breaststroker, and she or he didn’t swim the 200 this weekend. Along with her aforementioned victories, she additionally raced the 50 free, ending third with a 24.34 and the 100 free, ending ninth with a 56.52.

Henry is a Cal commit and the highest 100 breaststroker in the highschool class of 2021.

Peyton Curry took the highest spot within the 50 free with a 23.26 and Alex Clark adopted with a 24.21. For the LSU commit Curry, the 50 free is her finest occasion, and she or he very-nearly matched her finest time of 23.15 finished eventually 12 months’s Winter Junior Championships – East.

Alongside together with her 50 free win and second place end within the 100 breast, Curry took second within the 100 again and free, swimming a 58.97 and 52.07, respectively.

Alex Clark alternatively received the 100 freestyle with a 51.47 and was second within the 100 butterfly with a 56.06.

On the boys’s facet, Arie Voloschin went 3-for Three in his occasions, profitable the 50 and 100 freestyle and the 100 breaststoke. He raced to a 20.95 within the 50, beating out Nicholas Goudie who completed second with a 21.04 and Theo Hardy who was third in a 21.51. Goudie additionally race the 100 free, ending third with a 46.58 behind Voloschin’s 45.88 and Connor LaMastra‘s 46.40.

Within the 100 breast, Voloschin’s 55.82 was joined within the high Three by Nicklas Bohn (56.54) and Daniel Gallagher (58.66).

Including to his second place end within the 100 freestyle, Connor LaMastra was the quickest man within the 17 and over 200 IM and 100 butterfly, swimming a 49.01 and 1:52.10, respectively.

Daniel Gallagher and Nicklas Bohn had been additionally within the high three within the 200 IM; Gallagher in a 1:52.22 and Bohn with a 1:52.37. Within the butterfly, second place went to Nicholas Goudie with a 51.81 and third was Caleb Mackay with a 52.94.

Senior Three Gold Highlights

Craig Steinhauer (15-16)

  • 1st Place 100 Backstroke, 57.76
  • third Place 100 Breaststroke, 1:05.40
  • 1st Place 50 Freestyle, 23.25
  • 1st Place 100 IM, 57.90

Madison King

  • 1st Place 100 Butterfly, 55.92
  • 2nd Place 100 Backstroke, 58.86
  • 2nd Place 50 Freestyle, 23.32
  • 2nd Place 100 IM, 59.67

Allie Donkar

  • 1st Place 100 Breaststroke, 1:10.13
  • 1st Place 100 IM, 1:05.01
  • third Place 100 Freestyle, 58.11
  • fifth Place 100 Butterfly, 1:05.98

Sophie Hook (13-14 Women)

  • 1st Place 100 Butterfly, 1:02.42
  • 1st Place 50 Freestyle, 25.89
  • third Place 100 IM, 1:06.78
  • ninth Place 100 Breaststroke, 1:20.10

Senior Three Inexperienced Highlights

Audrey Bender (15-16 Women)

  • 1st Place 100 Backstroke, 1:09.27
  • 1st Place 100 Breaststroke, 1:19.01
  • 1st Place 100 Freestyle, 1:01.65
  • 2nd Place 200 IM, 2:35.60

Zoe O’Mara

  • 1st Place 100 Butterfly, 1:10.39
  • 1st Place 200 IM, 2:31.13
  • third Place 50 Freestyle, 28.69
  • sixth Place 100 Backstroke, 1:17.07

Eric Sharabure (15-16 Boys)

  • 1st Place 100 Backstroke, 1:00.49
  • 1st Place 100 Breaststroke, 1:06.18
  • 1st Place 50 Freestyle, 22.67
  • 1st Place 100 IM, 57.71

Jack McLellan (13-14 Boys)

  • 1st Place 100 Freestyle, 55.32
  • 1st Place 100 Breaststroke, 1:10.44
  • 1st Place 200 IM, 2:16.74
  • 2nd Place 100 Butterfly, 1:06.55

With tons of extra racing going down within the Age Group divisions, Georgia’s Dynamo Swim Membership have accomplished their first meet of the 2020/2021 swim season. The 2020 Doug Coers Modified Pentathlon is one in all many meets going down this weekend going down beneath the strict COVID-19 protocols in place all throughout the nation.

Dynamo can be again within the pool subsequent month with an “October Competitors” meet going down from the 16th to the 18th, and can face off in opposition to SwimMAC in November at a digital meet.