A No. 4 World Ranking in 200 Fly From Andrew Seliskar Highlights NCSA Champs

Andrew Seliskar [Photo: Mike Comer/ProSwim Visuals, for USA Swimming]

Andrew Seliskar unloaded a 1:56.24 clocking in the 200 butterfly to vault to No. 4 in the world rankings so far this year; men’s 200m back produces a top 20 swim 2:00.14 from 16-year-old Michael Taylor

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Andrew Seliskar unloaded a 1:56.24 clocking in the 200 butterfly to vault to No. 4 in the world rankings so far this year; men’s 200m back produces a top 20 swim 2:00.14 from 16-year-old Michael Taylor

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beachmouse

The morning yards-evening LCM apparently came about because it’s a very popular meet in a very popular location (if the days overlap with school spring break holidays, lots of families will work a few theme park days into the trip) and doing widths of SCY in the morning sessions with tons of lanes per heat lets them put a lot of swimmers through the morning prelims session.

Danjohnrob

Everybody is complaining about the format, but I think it’s wonderful to compare what a swimmer can do in SCY vs LCM in the same meet. The US really needs somebody new to step up in the 200 fly now that Phelps seems to have dropped the event, so we’re so lucky to have Andrew arrive at just the right time! Keep up the good work, Andrew!

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