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Alexander, Nelson Scratch 200 IM Final in Favor of 200 Back at Richmond PSS
Jan. 17, 2021 — Nick Alexander from Team Triumph and Baylor Nelson from SwimMAC Carolina finished 1-2 in heats of the men’s 200 IM this morning but they also came in 1st and 4th, respectively, in the 200 back. They both scratched out of the IM final in order to focus on the backstroke. In fact, seven of the 14 prelims swimmers in the men’s 200 IM will not be present tonight, with Aayush Deshpande (#7), Dylan Rhee (#11), Chris Balbo (#12), Ben Skopic (#13), and Cam Abaqueta (#14) also pulling out of the final. Kay Sargent of Wolfpack Elite was the only scratch out of the women’s 200 IM; she was 9th i ...
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Georgia 1A-5A State Champion Quinn Harron to Swim at Harvard
March 31, 2020 — Quinn Harron from Sandy Springs, Georgia will take his talents to Cambridge, Massachusetts next fall as a freshman on Harvard University’s men’s swimming and diving team. He will suit up with Arik Katz , Dylan Rhee , and Zach Bartel in Harvard’s class of 2024. Harron is a senior at Marist School in Atlanta where he is a two-time USA Swimming Scholastic All-American. He won the 200 IM (1:48.59) and 100 breast (54.21) at the 2020 GHSA 1-5A State Swimming & Diving Meet in February, going lifetime bests in both events. In March he competed at Southern Premier and scored PBs in the SCY 10 ...

@SwimXps  Quinn Harron commits to Harvard #swimming
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2019 Atlanta Classic: Day 2 Finals Live Recap
May 19, 2019 — Caeleb Dressel will contest in the 200 fly on night two of the Atlanta Classic.
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