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    • #12468
      RadAGator
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      cielo and auburn absolutely killing it at the Division I championship….

      1 Auburn 1:15.56 1:14.71N 40

      1) Cielo, Cesar SO 2) Targett, Matt JR r:0.12

      3) Goodrich, Scott JR r:0.09 4) Lundquist, Bryan SR r:0.23

      9.06 18.69 (18.69)

      27.53 (8.84) 37.40 (18.71)

      46.19 (8.79) 56.09 (18.69)

      1:04.84 (8.75) 1:14.71 (18.62)

    • #36790
      Psimon3
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      It’s sad when Stand ford has their final two legs go 19.0 and not come close to Auburn…

      Ben Wildman-Tobriner rebreaks the American Record as well

    • #36791
      swim5599
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      I don’t really know what to say about that swim. 1:14.7 is just amazing. We had 4 swims break 19 flat start today. What a battle that will be in the open race.

    • #36792
      The Treat
      Member

      @swim5599 wrote:

      I don’t really know what to say about that swim. 1:14.7 is just amazing. We had 4 swims break 19 flat start today. What a battle that will be in the open race.

      its beyond amazing. i remember a few years ago when teams went under 1:16 and i was amazed. 1:14????????

    • #36793
      swim5599
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      I think any time you go under 1:17 you are moving pretty good. We had 2 teams under 1:16. Arizona, Texas, and Northwestern were all under 1:17. Crazy fast.

    • #36794

      Nothing like a ridiculously fast D1 meet to help you put your own athletic accomplishments in perspective.

      Also, I think it is safe to say the 50 is evolving in all divisions. This will make the rest of the meet really interesting to watch.

    • #36795
      swim5599
      Member

      I know, it is nuts to think that Kenyon won the 200 FR in 1:21.5 and they would have lost to AUburn by almost 7 seconds. Jesus.

    • #36796
      ajp
      Member

      Or the record relay of Kenyon loses by 5 seconds. Just crazy. Amazing, Disgusting. And so much more.

    • #36797
      swim5599
      Member

      Big props to the Northwestern Wildcats finally winning a medley relay. Alexandrov 51.2 breaststroke split HELLO

    • #36798
      Potsy
      Member

      @swim5599 wrote:

      Alexandrov 51.28 breaststroke split HELLO

      I’m fairly sure that Paul Kornfeld of Stanford split even faster. I was standing behind the Stanford Parents and I think they said something like 51.12. I had expected Alexandrov to pull away and was surprised when he didn’t. Of course that was a DQ start aided split, but it should be a great 100 breast tonight.

    • #36799
      swim5599
      Member

      Did he really? Man is it possible that we will see 3 guys under 52 today. Kornfeld ALexandrov, and the kid from Alabama

    • #36800
      Potsy
      Member

      @swim5599 wrote:

      Did he really? Man is it possible that we will see 3 guys under 52 today. Kornfeld ALexandrov, and the kid from Alabama

      One way or another, I’m expecting to see several 10 year old Jeremy Linn records go down today.
      Also, Kornfeld must feel like he has his relay start timing down. He had an RT of .06 in prelims before the -.04 last night. It will be interesting to see how conservative he is in the 200 Medly.

    • #36801
      swim5599
      Member

      Yeah he needs to be more careful. ANy chance we see 23.2 out of both of those guys in the 50 breast in the 2 medley? Alexandrov was out in 23.4 last night.

    • #36802
      Potsy
      Member

      @swim5599 wrote:

      Yeah he needs to be more careful. ANy chance we see 23.2 out of both of those guys in the 50 breast in the 2 medley? Alexandrov was out in 23.4 last night.

      I’m really looking forward to the 200 medley relay tonight. It’s always intersting to see the strokers in the 50 since they don’t train for that a whole lot. I wouldn’t be surprised to see Auburn take the lead in the last 10 yards.

    • #36803
      openwater
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      Cesar – 41.17.

    • #36804
      Barack
      Member

      40.76 on the last relay…is this the first time someone has split under 41?? Either way, that is blazing.

    • #36805
      swim5599
      Member

      2:46 in the 400 FR my god

    • #36806
      The Treat
      Member

      @Barack wrote:

      40.76 on the last relay…is this the first time someone has split under 41?? Either way, that is blazing.

      too bad he’s not american… we could use him the sprint relays for the olympics.

    • #36807
      openwater
      Member

      Not to get folks debating the veracity of conversions but using Swimming Worlds conversion calculator, 41.17 converts to 47.71 long course meters – a world record.

      Also the final results report his relay split as 40.74

      AND if you convert the 4 times individually and add them up you get 3:13.00 – what would be the 2nd fastest time ever.

      All from a random bunch of college kids!

    • #36808
      swim5599
      Member

      Yeah and in Cielo’s case he is a good LCM guy as well, so we might see something like 48.1 or so out of him at the World Championshps if he is swimming in them

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