Savard Flies To 57.40 Mark As Thomas Cracks 58

Canada's Katerine Savard [Courtesy: Arena]

The Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions wrapped up with Katerine Savard setting a Canadian record of 57.40 in the women’s 100 butterfly and Australian Emily Seebohm doubled in the 100 backstroke and 200 individual medley during her training trip to California. For the men, Tom Shields emerged victorious in the 100 fly with a time of 52.53.

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The Fran Crippen Memorial Swim Meet of Champions wrapped up with Katerine Savard setting a Canadian record of 57.40 in the women’s 100 butterfly and Australian Emily Seebohm doubled in the 100 backstroke and 200 individual medley during her training trip to California. For the men, Tom Shields emerged victorious in the 100 fly with a time of 52.53.

Comments

aswimfan

It is curious that you think Savard is contender in 100 fly, but leaving out Coutts, the only swimmer apart from Vollmer to have swum sub 57 in both 2011 and 2012 and medallist in both 2011 worlds and 2012 olympics. And for the same reason, Lu Ying.

Even Sjoestrom didn’t win medal in both 2011 worlds and 2012 olympics.

felixdangerpants

Mack Horton continues to be mentioned as the future of Australian distance swimming…..Jordan Harrison is that man

John Lohn

In no way was Coutts meant to be excluded from discussion. Given her status and past history, she certainly will be there in Barcelona as a major contender.

Craig Lord

I would imagine both might be contenders

Bill Bell

Dana’ll CRYSH ’em ALL like an ant!

What was it that what’s his face swam @ Munich?

54.27?

Dana’ll be in high 53s by Rio!!!

Piece of cake.

Guarandamnteed!!!!!

Craig Lord

Spitz was the name you were looking for Bill 🙂

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