Vyatchanin Drops 53.06 100 Back at U.S. Open

Thousands of miles away from the World Championships, Russia’s Arkady Vyatchanin produced a performance which surely deserved the attention of the aquatic community. Competing at the U.S. Open in Southern California, Vyatchanin registered a time of 53.06 to win the 100 backstroke at the William Woollett Aquatic Center.

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Bill Bell

The god Konrad dropped a 53’47100 fly in the prelims to but scratched to swim back,

Tom Shields, triple NCAA champ @ 100 arcs )2011-’13) won in a pr 51″65 w/TimPhilip next (51’78)’

Shields time I his career-best,

Lane Four

What a shame that his “former” federation treated him so badly. He deserved better after all that he has accomplished.

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