Part Of Sums Adding Up For Andrew Seliskar With A Leap To 2:12 In 200m Breaststroke

Andrew Seliskar by Peter Bick

Andrew Seliskar, the Nation’s Capital ace and a star on the rise bound for the California-Berkeley, continued to pile up season world top 20 times at the National Club Swimming Association Spring Championships, a 2:12 200m breaststroke shining light on the promise of a thumping 400Im in the making; Santiago Grassi just 0.01sec shy of 2003 national 100 fly mark with big PB at trials in Argentina

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Andrew Seliskar, the Nation’s Capital ace and a star on the rise bound for the California-Berkeley, continued to pile up season world top 20 times at the National Club Swimming Association Spring Championships, a 2:12 200m breaststroke shining light on the promise of a thumping 400Im in the making; Santiago Grassi just 0.01sec shy of 2003 national 100 fly mark with big PB at trials in Argentina

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aswimfan

Impressive swims by Seliskar.

How’s his freestyle?

All IMer champions have very very strong 200 or 400 free… Phelps, Lochte, Shiwen, Hosszu, Rice, Beisel, Klochkova, the Japanese duo of Hagino and Seto, etc..

Craig Lord

He rarely races solo free. He put in a 1:52 in-training 200 free recently

for33

Add Thomas Fraser Holmes to that list. And several in that list have or had very strong 200m butterfly.

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