Many Olympic Trials Cuts Achieved at NCAP Elite Qualifier

By Reach for the Wall Staff

While several PVS clubs travelled to Richmond for the Super Sectional meet, NCAP decided to stay home and host a meet at the Jeff Rouse Center to provide an opportunity for their swimmers, along with swimmers from Arlington Aquatic Club, Machine, NOVA of Virginia, Stingrays, and The Capitol Sea Devils to go after Wave I & II cuts. On May 4th, USA Swimming tweeted out statistics consisting of swimmers and clubs that have made the qualifying standards for Olypic Trials. NCAP coach Bruce Gemmell replied ‘We aren’t finished yet’.

Here’s a synopsis of swimmers that have met either a Wave I or Wave II standard this weekend:

Women’s 200 Free:
Torri Huske (AAC) 2:00.19 (Wave II)
Miki Dahlke(MACH) 2:00.94 (Wave I)

Women’s 100 Backstroke:
Aril Runnels (NCAP) 1:02.24 (Wave I)

Women’s 400 IM:
Sophie Duncan (NCAP) 4:46.38 (Wave II)

Women’s 100 Butterfly:
Torri Huske (AAC) 58.80 (Wave II)
Mackenzie McConagha 1:00.53 (Wave I)

Men’s 100 Breaststroke:
Jakob Frick (NCAP) 1:03.25 (Wave I)

Women’s 50 Freestyle:
Tatum Wall (NCAP) 25.73 (Wave I)
Miki Dahlke (MACH) 25.83 (Wave I)
Camille Spink (NCAP) 25.89 (Wave I)

The Sunday events (100 Freestyle, 200 Breaststroke 200 Butterfly, and 200 IM) are currently underway & an additional time trial session will occur later this evening. We’ll keep an eye out for additional qualifiers. Congratulations to all who have met the standard!!

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