Plates – The Georgia Tech swimming and diving program completed its first day of competition over the weekend. Carson Newman won the men’s swim team 183-77, while the women’s Carson Newman won 187.5-72.5. The divers competed against Miami, Florida State and Auburn in the 1-meter and 3-meter events.
The swimmers swept 11 events, starting with the women’s 400 medley relay. The first team won with a time of 3:47.21, the next team swam with a time of 3:47.59 and the third team finished with a time of 3:54.25.
Men’s 1000m Because it’s going. He won the event with a time of 9:03:71. Benefits of Charles He placed second (9:21.03) and Be holy He took home third (9:37.51). Kilavuz (4:29.77) and Perks (4:32.79) took the top two spots in the boys 500 free. Caleb Blishke (4:42.12) took third place.
Astrid Dirkzwager (57.08), Kendall Kunn (57.57) and Lindsey Mark (57.88) swept the women’s 100 back. in the men’s 200 back. Nils Bognar He had a top performance (1:49.34); Jack Mezogory (1:51.79) came second and Simon Davis He finished third (1:51.93).
The jackets dominated the breaststroke events.
Women’s 100 breast: 1. Clarissa Sabin (1:04.06), 2. McKenzie Campbell (1:04.64), 3. Claudia Butterfield (1:05.10)
Men’s 100 breast: 1. Daniel Curtis (55.89), 2. Julian Killius (56:23), 3. Joao Caballero (56.36)
Women’s 200 breast: 1. c. Butterfield (2:21.16), 2. C. Sabin (2:23.79), 3. Anne Diddy (2:26.10)
Women’s 200 fly. Denise Ertan He won in 2:00:75. Ray Kuramoto Second (2:02.49) and Abby Cohen. He took home third (2:05.18).
Anna Hadjiloizou In the women’s 50 free, she led the winning team with a 23.52. Carolyn Porterfield Second place finish (24.36) and Kia Smith He finished third (24.46).
In women’s diving, Anna Bradescu He took home fourth in both the 1m (255.30) and 3m events (267.10). Carmen Woodruff He finished fifth with 252.60 on 1m.
Ruben salad He finished fifth in the men’s 1 meter with 329.65.
Tech will be back in action for Senior Day on Saturday, January 28th at 11am. The capital city will take on Gardner-Webb, the divers will continue to compete against Miami, Florida State and Auburn.
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