Womens Swimming

U.S. Olympic Trials , Women's 200 IM semifinals

Date of competition: Thursday, June 28, 2012

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U.S. Olympic Team Trials
At Omaha, Neb.
Women's 200 IM finals
1, Caitlin Leverenz 2:10.22
2, Ariana Kukors2:11.30
3, Elizabeth Pelton 2:11.55
4, Maya DiRado (Stanford) 2:12.26
5, Elizabeth Beisel 2:12.37
6, Celina Li 2:13.34
7, Jasmine Tosky (PASA) 2:14.67
8, Jana Mangimelli 2:16.19

Qualifiers for finals
1, Caitlin Leverenz 2:10.51
2, Elizabeth Pelton 2:11.37
3, Elizabeth Beisel 2:12.27
4, Ariana Kukors 2:12.32
5, Maya DiRado 2:12.62
6, Jana Mangimelli 2:13.48
7, Jasmine Tosky (PASA) 2:13.87
8, Celina Li 2:14.02

Qualifiers for semifinals
1, Caitlin Leverenz 2:12.38
2, Elizabeth Beisel 2:13.26
3, Ariana Kukors 2:13.58
4, Elizabeth Pelton 2:13.89
5, Maya DiRado (Stanford) 2:14.19
6, Whitney Burnett 2:14.55
7, Jana Mangimelli 2:14.58
8, Celina Li 2:14.74
9, Emma Reaney 2:14.79
10, Andrea Kropp 2:14.91
11, Caroline McElhany 2:15.09
12, Meghan Hawthorne 2:15.18
13, Sarah White 2:15.32
14, Justine Mueller 2:15.33
15, Jasmine Tosky (PASA) 2:15.55
16, Annie Zhy 2:15.75.

Local non-qualifiers
27, Felicia Lee (Stanford) 2:17.31
50, Liv Jensen (Palo Alto) 2:18.86
56, Ally Howe (PASA) 2:19.17
59, Alicia Grima (PASA) 2:19.39
70, Kirstie Chen (Stanford) 2:20.05

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posted by Palo Alto Online on Jun 28, 2012 at 9:41 am

Palo Alto High grad Jasmine Tosky qualified for the finals in the women's 200 IM at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Photo by Dani Vernon/Stanfordphoto.com
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