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Men's NCAA Champs: 400 IM
Mar 24, 2017
400 IMNCAA Record:
US Open Record:
Chase Kalisz just obliterated the 400 IM in a monster time of 3:33.42 -- destroying his own NCAA, Meet, American, & US Open record of 3:34.50 from 2014. It was evident Kalisz was going to pop something special when he was out first at the 200 mark (1:43.68) as he is typically a much stronger back half swimmer. The Georgia senior did not stop there, though. He unloaded on the breaststroke leg, splitting a 58.61 to blow his already significant lead wide open. Touching second in a great swim out of lane eight was Andrew Seliskar of California in 3:36.18 and dueling him five lanes over in lane three was last night's 200 IM co-champion Mark Szaranek of Florida in 3:36.31.
1.) Chase Kalisz (Georgia): 3:33.42 (NCAA, Meet, American, & US Open Record)
2.) Andrew Seliskar (California): 3:36.18
3.) Mark Szaranek (Florida): 3:36.31
4.) Gunnar Bentz (Georgia): 3:36.60
5.) Abrahm Devine (Stanford): 3:37.73
6.) Jonathan Roberts (Texas): 3:38.18
7.) Jay Litherland (Georgia): 3:38.66
8.) Robert Owen (Virginia Tech): 3:41.21