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    I was hoping to see Clark Smith break the 500 record, but he really laid an egg.

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    That's OK, you will,get to see Haas break it before he leaves Texas.

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    Re: NCAA Swimming

    Women's D1 NCAA Championships begin tomorrow.
    March 15-18, 2017
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    Men begin in a week
    March 22-25, 2017 | Menís Division I Swimming & Diving Championships

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    Wasn't Katie Ledecky's 4:24 500 last night Truly mind blowing and probably one of the greatest swimming achievements ever.
    Back when I swam, 4:24.0 was a pretty fast guy time. I would love to see a male swimmer do a 500 that was as proportionally dominant.
    How fast would that be? ( right now isn't the men's record 4:08.6 )
    4:25.0 is holding 53.0 per 100, so she averaged 52's ( mind blown, will someone please help me find the pieces? )

    Event 3 Women 500 Yard Freestyle
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    NCAA: N 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    Meet: C 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    American: A 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    U.S. Open: O 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    Pool: P 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    Name Year School Prelims Finals NISCA Points
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    A - Final ===

    1 Katie Ledecky FR Stanford 4:28.37 4:24.06N 198 20
    r:+0.68
    24.41
    50.65 (26.24)
    1:16.83 (26.18)
    1:43.49 (26.66)
    2:10.07 (26.58)
    2:37.07 (27.00)
    3:04.11 (27.04)
    3:31.14 (27.03)
    3:58.03 (26.89)
    4:24.06 (26.03)

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    no denying how good it was...12secs to 3rd place? 4 to 2nd

    Leah Smith's 4:28 was equal to her silver medal in the 400m

    yeah some guy has to get very close to be under 4:04 to be as impressive for win. not happening anytime soon i dont think.
    to be that far ahead of the field? some guy needs a 3:58...might happen before i die...probably not

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    She goes out the first 200 in a time that would have qualified her 7th in the A final for the 200 free, then throws down three 100's at 53.5, 54.0, 52.9. Incredible!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ande View Post
    Wasn't Katie Ledecky's 4:24 500 last night Truly mind blowing and probably one of the greatest swimming achievements ever.
    Back when I swam, 4:24.0 was a pretty fast guy time. I would love to see a male swimmer do a 500 that was as proportionally dominant.
    How fast would that be? ( right now isn't the men's record 4:08.6 )
    4:25.0 is holding 53.0 per 100, so she averaged 52's ( mind blown, will someone please help me find the pieces? )

    Event 3 Women 500 Yard Freestyle
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    NCAA: N 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    Meet: C 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    American: A 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    U.S. Open: O 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    Pool: P 4:24.06 3/16/2017 Katie Ledecky, Stanford
    Name Year School Prelims Finals NISCA Points
    =====================================
    A - Final ===

    1 Katie Ledecky FR Stanford 4:28.37 4:24.06N 198 20
    r:+0.68
    24.41
    50.65 (26.24)
    1:16.83 (26.18)
    1:43.49 (26.66)
    2:10.07 (26.58)
    2:37.07 (27.00)
    3:04.11 (27.04)
    3:31.14 (27.03)
    3:58.03 (26.89)
    4:24.06 (26.03)
    Cool, time for Ledecky and teammate Ella Eastin getting back the 400 IM record.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary P View Post
    She goes out the first 200 in a time that would have qualified her 7th in the A final for the 200 free, then throws down three 100's at 53.5, 54.0, 52.9. Incredible!
    Yet Mallory Comerford manages to tie her for first in the 200 tonight! I really expected Ledecky to go under 1:40 in the 200.

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    Quote Originally Posted by knelson View Post
    Yet Mallory Comerford manages to tie her for first in the 200 tonight! I really expected Ledecky to go under 1:40 in the 200.
    I expected the same. This puts into perspective just how impressive Missy Franklin's 1:39 truly is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by scyfreestyler View Post
    I expected the same. This puts into perspective just how impressive Missy Franklin's 1:39 truly is.
    The Olympic champion in the 100 goes head to head with the Olympic champion in the 200, presumably fully rested, tapered and psyched for the biggest SCY meet of the year and despite a ferocious challenge from yet a third swimmer, not one of the three gets within 1s of Franklin's 1:39.1. Franklin's time is awesome.

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    i didnt think she would be close considering the relay split of:
    4) r:0.11 Katie Ledecky FR5:28.80 (23.35) 5:54.42 (48.97)
    6:20.34 (1:14.89) 6:45.91 (1:40.46)

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    1 Katie Ledecky FR Stanford 1:42.02 1:40.36P 188 18.5
    r:+0.69 23.71 48.90 (25.19)
    1:14.74 (25.84) 1:40.36 (25.62)

    so she was .58 faster off the blocks in the relay and yet went .10 faster in the individual.

    to me it looks like the relay record can be broken again!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl_S View Post
    The Olympic champion in the 100 goes head to head with the Olympic champion in the 200, presumably fully rested, tapered and psyched for the biggest SCY meet of the year and despite a ferocious challenge from yet a third swimmer, not one of the three gets within 1s of Franklin's 1:39.1. Franklin's time is awesome.
    Exactly! Really puts into perspective just how good Franklin was in the very recent past. What happened to her in the 15 months between that swim (2015 NCAA's) and 2016 trials?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gary P View Post
    Exactly! Really puts into perspective just how good Franklin was in the very recent past. What happened to her in the 15 months between that swim (2015 NCAA's) and 2016 trials?
    Something went real wrong between NCAAs to 2016 trials and the Olympics.

    After she went PRO, Heard she went home and trained with her club team.

    She's now back at CAL https://www.swimmingworldmagazine.co...-cal-berkeley/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ande View Post
    Something went real wrong between NCAAs to 2016 trials and the Olympics.

    After she went PRO, Heard she went home and trained with her club team.

    She's now back at CAL https://www.swimmingworldmagazine.co...-cal-berkeley/
    She hurt her back. She said it was OK, but her SDKs went from awesome to not that great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen Stark View Post
    She hurt her back. She said it was OK, but her SDKs went from awesome to not that great.
    When did Franklin ever have "awesome" SDK? (Not that I am in any position to judge, but in comparison to most elite backstrokers her's always seemed weak.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Karl_S View Post
    When did Franklin ever have "awesome" SDK? (Not that I am in any position to judge, but in comparison to most elite backstrokers her's always seemed weak.)
    Point taken,I saw a video of her 2015 and 2016 SDKs and the difference was visible. I must admit that awesome was hyperbole, but the 2015 kick was keeping her close enough.
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    Men's D1 NCAA Championships begin today in 3 hours
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