Week Four

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    • #12778
      stokes
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      Top times are now up:
      Individual http://www.cciw.org/winter_swim_m/ind07.htm
      Relay http://www.cciw.org/winter_swim_m/relay07.htm

      Observations

        Could Wheaton break Carthage’s stranglehold on the Medley Relays. Not having Jole hurts.
        Besides Wheaton, will any other women’s team score in the top eight?
        Rose-Hulman is butterfly U
        Carthage found more backstrokers than Kyle Drake
        Schrank is god

      This weekend – Week 4
      Meet of the Week: Millikin at Monmouth – Can Charlie King’s chargest establish themselves as the central Illinois team to beat? Not this year. 1-3
      Carthage at Lake Forest – Snoozer, Redmen go to 3-1
      Wheaton at GVSU & Calvin – Thunder sink to the Lakers, Calvin suffers second straight loss for Wheaton win 1-3
      IWU at UChicago Invite – To find out the effect of the Titan Taper, subtract 30 seconds from all 500 times, 20 seconds from all 200 times and 10 seconds from their 100 times – 6th place just ahead of Oshkosh and behind ITT.
      Augie gets a bye after their Knox knockout
      Rose Hulman beats Lindenwood at home to go 2-2.
      North Central – Spiraling to irrelevance.

      The unofficial CCIW Power Rankings
      Carthage
      Wheaton
      Rose Hulman
      IWU
      Millikin
      Augustana
      …you KNOW!

    • #40222
      swim5599
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      Well I think it is safe to say that Schranck just moves into Jole’s spot on both of those medley’s. I think with Drake Carthage gets their medleys selected this year.

      Drake 52.5
      Schranck 56.0 or so
      Davis 50.0
      Bax 47.0
      That is 3:25.5f I would say that is probably is well within range.

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      @swim5599 wrote:

      Well I think it is safe to say that Schranck just moves into Jole’s spot on both of those medley’s. I think with Drake Carthage gets their medleys selected this year.

      Drake 52.5
      Schranck 56.0 or so
      Davis 50.0
      Bax 47.0
      That is 3:25.5f I would say that is probably is well within range.

      I think Drank and Bax will be faster than that too, but Schrank probably will be slower, as he won’t be fully tapered until nats (most likely). The relay should make it in.

      Wheaton will be hard pressed to get a medley in. It is possible though, I actually have more hope now than I did pre-season. You’d think a sprinter like Hoffer who goes 54 in season in his 100 back would be a 52.0-.5 tapered, but last year he didn’t really drop when tapered. Nitz going a sub 1:00 split already is a good start, as the fly and free legs are solid.

    • #40224
      swim5599
      Member

      Yeah I would think they could get there. It all depends on their first 2 legs.

      Your right about Scranck if he is not rested much 56.0 is to fast, but I think he splits 57 low in his sleep.

    • #40225
      Gyorf
      Member

      you guys are still talking about this stuff? get a life, nah, i have been checking the times so far this year… im calling wheaton men national runner up…. just wait…. haha

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