Mens Swimming

Locals at, U.S. Olympic trials

Date of competition: Sunday, June 26, 2016

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U.S. Olympic Trials
at Omaha
400 IM final
1, Chase Kalisz 4:09.54
2, Jay Litherland 4:11.02
6, Abrahm Devine (Stanford) 4:14.98
14, Max Williamson (Stanford) 4:21.17
23, Curtis Ogren (Stanford) 4:23.49
47, Alex Liang (PASA) 4:28.18
83, Joe Molinari (PASA) 4:33.81
400 free final
1, Connor Jaeger 3:43.79
2, Conor Dwyer 3:44.66
6, True Sweetser (GSC/ Stanford) 3:50.71
7, Grant Shoults (MVN/Stanford) 3:51.25
11, Liam Egan (CRIM/Stanford) 3:50.95
29, James Murphy (MACH/Stanford) 4:00.27
100 breast
1, Kevin Cordes 58.94
2, Cody Miller 59.09
3, Josh Prenot 59.60
18, BJ Johnson (PASA/Stanford) 1:01.59
48, Curtis Lovelace (NAC/Stanford) 1:02.69
58, Jeremy Babinet (PASA) 1:02.95
67, Matt Anderson (Stanford) 1:03.13
122, Hank Poppe (WCAB/Stanford) 1:04.76
129, Joe Kmak (PASA) 1:05.05
131, Christian Brown (Stanford) 1:05.24
DQ, Curtis Ogren (Stanford)

posted by Rick on Jun 26, 2016 at 9:59 pm

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posted by Rick on Jun 26, 2016 at 10:06 pm

Abrahm DeVine finished sixth in the 400IM at the Olympic trials on Sunday. Photo by Shirley Pefley/
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posted by Rick on Jun 27, 2016 at 11:08 pm

Video Stanford sophomore Abrahm DeVine talks about his U.S. Olympic trials experience.
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