Breeden, Bishop 100 fly, Olympic trials
Date of competition: Sunday, June 29, 2008
Stanford junior Elaine Breeden swam the second fastest qualifying mark in the 100 fly at the U.S. Olympic trials on Sunday morning to advance into the semifinals of the event to be contested later on Sunday. Breeden swam 58.03, .19 behind top qualifier Christine Magnuson. Recent Stanford grad Brooke Bishop also qualified for the semifinals, swimming 59.08 for the seventh-best early time. Stanford grad Dana Kirk went 1:00.05, missing advancing by less than a tenth of a second. Stanford senior Laura Wadden was 24th in 1:00.33; Cardinal grad Laura Davis placed 48th and Stanford junior Whitney Spence was 54th in a field of 137 finishers. In the men's 400 free preliminaries, Stanford sophomore David Mosko finished 25th.
posted by splash on Jun 29, 2008 at 11:33 am
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