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Swimming Pan Pacific Championships 2018

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Swimming Pan Pacific Championships 2018

 

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phelps    447

:CAN Taylor Ruck!!!  :yikes: Ledecky lost again over 200m Free (she was 3rd, beaten not only by Ruck, by also by :JPN Ikee)...even if we have to say that she swam 8.09 over the 800m Free half an hour before swimming the 200m...

 

meanwhile, :AUS Cate Campbell swam 50.9 in the anchor leg of the Mixed Medley Relay (Caeleb Dressel swam 50.50 in the Fly leg for the USA)...

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Federer91    224

Ledecky did swim the 800 beforehand, people shouldn't be glorifying her loss that much. :p  

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Federer91    224
6 minutes ago, phelps said:

meanwhile, :AUS Cate Campbell swam 50.9 in the anchor leg of the Mixed Medley Relay (Caeleb Dressel swam 50.50 in the Fly leg for the USA)...

 

So? :d They were on different styles and Dressel would put on her 4-5 seconds on the freestyle h2h. :d

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Olympian1010    153
23 minutes ago, Federer91 said:

 

So? :d They were on different styles and Dressel would put on her 4-5 seconds on the freestyle h2h. :d

This is why I like the Mixed Relay format

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heywoodu    2,990
20 minutes ago, Olympian1010 said:

This is why I like the Mixed Relay format

Yes, I also love formats where it's near impossible to follow what's going on and who is actually doing well or not without thinking "they are ahead, so they are in best position".

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phelps    447
Posted (edited)
4 ore fa, Federer91 ha scritto:

 

So? :d They were on different styles and Dressel would put on her 4-5 seconds on the freestyle h2h. :d

 

so, nothing...

I was just reporting the best results of the day (and Campbell's time is one of them) and some other clockings by the most famous swimmers competing in Japan this week (and Dressel is surely one of those)...

there was no comparison at all between their results (I think you should know that I'm not a fan of certain events and I'm experienced -old- enough to avoid certain "impossible" comparisons...

 

p.s. I forgot to mention also the 4.07 by Kalisz in the men's 400 IM from today's action...

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phelps    447
Posted (edited)

today's best from Tokyo...

 

100m Free
Women: :AUS Cate Campbell, 52.03; :USA Simone Manuel, 52.66; :CAN Taylor Ruck, 52.72  
Men: :AUS Kyle Chalmers, 48.00; :USA Caeleb Dressel, 48.22 

 

200m Fly
Women: :USA Hali Flickinger, 2.07.35; :JPN Sachi Mochida, 2.07.66 
Men: :JPN Daiya Seto, 1.54.34; :BRA Leonardo De Deus, 1.54.89;  :USA Zach Harting, 1.55.05 

 

100m Back
Women: :CAN Kylie Masse, 58.61; :AUS Emily Seebohm, 58.72; :USA Kathleen Baker, 58.83; :USA Regan Smith, 58.95   
Men: :USA Ryan Murphy, 51.94; :JPN Ryosuke Irie, 52.78; :AUS Mitch Larkin, 52.88; :USA Matt Grevers, 52.99   

 

4*200m Free Relay
Women: :AUS Australia, 7.44.12 (Titmus, 1.55.27 in 1st Leg); :USA United States, 7.44.37 (Ledecky, 1.53.84 in the anchor Leg); :CAN Canada, 7.47.28 (Ruck, 1.54.08 in 2nd Leg); :JPN Japan, 7.48.96 (Ikee, 1.54.69 in 2nd Leg)   
Men: :USA United States, 7.04.36 (Haas, 1.43.78 in the anchor Leg); :AUS Australia, 7.04.70 (Cartwright, 1.45.52 in 3rd Leg) 

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phelps    447
Posted (edited)

today's best from Tokyo...

 

400m Free
Women: :USA Katie Ledecky, 3.58.50; :AUS Ariarne Titmus, 3.59.66 
Men: :AUS Jack McLoughlin, 3.44.20; :AUS Mack Horton, 3.44.31 

 

100m Fly
Women: :JPN Rikako Ikee, 56.08; :USA Kelsi Dahlia-Worrel, 56.44; :AUS Emma McKeon, 56.54  
Men: :USA Caeleb Dressel, 50.75; :USA John Conger, 51.32 

 

200m Individual Medley
Women: :JPN Yui Ohashi, 2.08.16; :CAN Sydney Pickrem, 2.09.07; :JPN Miho Teramura, 2.09.86; :USA Ella Eastin, 2.09.90   
Men: :USA Chase Kalisz, 1.55.40; :AUS Mitch Larkin, 1.56.21; :JPN Kosuke Hagino, 1.56.66  
 

4*100m Free Relay
Women: :AUS Australia, 3.31.58 (Cate Campbell, 51.36 in the anchor Leg); :USA United States, 3.33.45; :CAN Canada, 3.34.07 (Ruck, 52.85 in 1st Leg)  
Men: :BRA Brazil, 3.12.02 (Spajari, 46.94 in the anchor Leg); :AUS Australia, 3.12.53; :USA United States DSQ 

 

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dareza    591
9 minutes ago, phelps said:

today's best from Tokyo...

 

400m Free
Women: :USA Katie Ledecky, 3.58.50; :AUS Ariarne Titmus, 3.59.66 
Men: :AUS Jack McLoughlin, 3.44.20; :AUS Mack Horton, 3.44.31 

 

100m Fly
Women: :JPN Rikako Ikee, 56.08; :USA Kelsi Dahlia-Worrel, 56.44; :AUS Emma McKeon, 56.54  
Men: :USA Caeleb Dressel, 50.75; :USA John Conger, 51.32 

 

200m Individual Medley
Women: :JPN Yui Ohashi, 2.08.16; :CAN Sydney Pickrem, 2.09.07; :JPN Miho Teramura, 2.09.86; :USA Ella Eastin, 2.09.90   
Men: :USA Chase Kalisz, 1.55.40; :AUS Mitch Larkin, 1.56.21; :JPN Kosuke Hagino, 1.56.66  
 

4*100m Free Relay
Women: :AUS Australia, 3.31.58 (Cate Campbell, 51.36 in the anchor Leg); :USA United States, 3.33.45; :CAN Canada, 3.34.07 (Ruck, 52.85 in 1st Leg)  
Men: :USA United States, 3.11.67 (Caeleb Dressel, 48.76 in 1st Leg); :BRA Brazil, 3.12.02 (Spajari, 46.94 in the anchor Leg); :AUS Australia, 3.12.53  

 

 

USA DSQ in men's relay

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