Stanford Start As They Intend To Go On: At The Helm Of NCAA Pace For 4×200 Crown

Stanford's Brooke Forde, Katie Ledecky, Ella Eastin and Katie Drabot - Stanford YouTube

The 2018 NCAA women’s championship started in Columbus as we might expect things to go on over the coming three days: with Stanford on top. Just the 4x200y free on the first evening of battle. The margin of victory was over 3sec: the parts of a 6:46.93 sum unfolded courtesy of Katie Drabot (1:42.99), Ella Eastin (1:41.13), Brooke Forde (1:42.94) and Olympic champion Katie Ledecky, on 1:39.87 via splits of 23.26, 48.38 and 1:14.15. Fastest split of the fight: Mallory Comerford, on 1:39.14. Watch Stanford’s celebration video of Day 1

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The 2018 NCAA women’s championship started in Columbus as we might expect things to go on over the coming three days: with Stanford on top. Just the 4x200y free on the first evening of battle. The margin of victory was over 3sec: the parts of a 6:46.93 sum unfolded courtesy of Katie Drabot (1:42.99), Ella Eastin (1:41.13), Brooke Forde (1:42.94) and Olympic champion Katie Ledecky, on 1:39.87 via splits of 23.26, 48.38 and 1:14.15. Fastest split of the fight: Mallory Comerford, on 1:39.14. Watch Stanford’s celebration video of Day 1

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