U.S. Olympic Trials: Connor & Conor (Jaeger & Dwyer) Get Job Done In 400 Free

Conor Jaeger in Omaha today by Melissa Lundie

Connor Jaeger dropped the hammer on the final lap to win the 400 freestyle ahead of Conor Dwyer, both men grabbing their second Olympic berths.

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Bad Anon

This one goes according to script


Will agree with BA, whilst they may think “I could have done this/that better”; I think they’ll both take these results.

They’re placed around where they expected/wanted to be in the “world order”; well placed amongst the likely contenders but without the dirty great big target on their back. They are very much in the medal picture.

kevin roose

Horton if he can escape from the demons of Kazan looking good for a medal ….i hope he smashes the Chinese drug cheat …..


Jaeger’s 3:43.79 is the new US m400 free textile record. The old one is 3:44.69 by Peter Vanderkaay at 2012 London.

Dwyer is the taller, if that helps. Dwyer also has a smoother stroke, but jaeger is the more tenacious one.

darren roose

Hi this is my first post what a great website , i am a biased Aussie supporter of the sport of swimming.

Australia going into this meet hold down eight number one spots fastest times posted this year Olympic events.

Mcevoy 100 Free 47.04
Horton 400 Free 3:41:65
Larkin 200 Back 1:53:90
C.Campbell 50 Free 23.84
C.Campbell 100 Free 52 .38
Seebohm 100 Back 58.73
Hocking 200 Back 2:06 :49
Groves 200 Fly 2:05:47

While this means nothing come Rio it certainly leads to some optimism …

i expect us to loose some number one spots over the next 8 days , but first day out of the way and Horton stands tall ……..
Go Aussie Go


Out of curiosity, what happened to kevin?

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