Monday , November 20 2017
Home / Swimming / Indystar : declared in King, Hoosiers on top in Big Ten women’s swimming

Indystar : declared in King, Hoosiers on top in Big Ten women’s swimming

As it stated in King won the 200-yard individual medley and swam on a winning relay, helping the Hoosiers move into first place in the women’s Big Ten Championships at West Lafayette.
King, a double Olympic gold medalist, had a time of 1 minutes, 55.90 seconds for her first 200 IM title.
Mike Carmin/Journal and CourierIndiana’s Lilly King swims the breaststroke leg of the 200 yard IM during day two of the 2017 Big Ten Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships Thursday, February 16, 2017, at Purdue University.
King finished second with a time of 1:55:90, but was later moved up to first after Michigan’s Siobhan Haughey was disqualified.
CLOSE Skip in Skip x Embed x Share Indiana’s Lilly King was was declared the winner in the 200 IM after Michigan’s Sibohan Haughey was disqualified.

according to

Sougstad, Strandberg lead Hawks at Big Ten swimming

(The Daily Iowan/Margaret Kispert)Sougstad, Strandberg lead Hawks at Big Ten swimmingThe Big Ten Women’s Swimming and Diving Championships on Feb. 16 highlighted good performances from Hawkeye senior Emma Sougstad and freshman Thelma Strandberg.
In the finals of that event, Sougstad raced to a 1:57.98 time to take fourth.
She finished fifth in her preliminary, in which Olympic gold medalist Lilly King raced a staggering 1:55.49 to snatch first place.
On the third day of the championships, Feb. 17, Sougstad was again scheduled to race against King, this time in the 100 breaststroke.
Sougstad moved on to the A-finals in one of her favorite events, the 200 individual medley, with a time of 1:58.36.

King shines; Michigan takes Big Ten swimming lead

according to King broke her own NCAA, American, U.S. Open, school, Big Ten, Big Ten meet and pool records.
Indiana’s star swimmer and two-time Olympic gold medalist put on a show in the 100-yard breaststroke at the Big Ten women’s swimming championships inside the Boilermaker Aquatic Center.
Wisconsin, which captured the 200-yard freestyle relay, is fourth with 741.
While Michigan took the lead after three days of competition, the buzz about King’s performance resonated throughout the evening.
The 200-yard freestyle relay team was fifth.

about the details read more from here

This content may collect you by Silina Daniel

About admin-sport

Avatar for admin-sport

Check Also


4 Aussies surname ‘idiots of the century’ after swimming into baited crocodile trap

referring to Sydney: A group of men seen swimming inside a baited crocodile trap in …