CM – Olympia: Kate Douglass, Alex Walsh go 1-3 in the Women’s 200 IM Semi-Finals (Updated)

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Last year has been amazing for swimming in Virginia, and there’s still a chance it’ll end even better. After winning the NCAA championship for the first time in school history, the Cavaliers sent five swimmers (including new freshman Emma Weyant and postgraduate Catie DeLoof) to Tokyo with an outstanding performance in the Olympic tests.

Hold now Kate Douglass and Alex Walsh keep their medal hopes alive – and have the first and

In the semifinals of the 200 IM Walsh made her move in the breaststroke of the race to land first in the first semifinal run in 2: 09.57.

« That felt good all week so I wanted to take advantage of that, » said Walsh. « I think I did this race pretty well for a semifinal. »

Walsh held Yu Yiting from China (2: 09.72), Japanese Yui Ohashi (2: 09.79) and Canada’s Sydney Pickrem (2nd place) : 09.96), who came back after retiring from the 400 IM for non-COVID-related medical reasons.

Pickrem described the disease as less of a concern, more like a withdrawal with three single events on their plate.

« I feel good, » said Pickrem. “It’s definitely just one step, just a semi-final and reaching the final, trying to be good, better, best. And hopefully tomorrow I can show my best and know that there is a lot more to be given. I’m happy to be in this final, it will be a great race. ”

The Hungarian Katinka Hosszu finished fifth in the first run (2: 01.22) and after second place made it up to into the final.

In the second semifinals, Kate Douglass had the early lead, before she lost it after the backstroke, but took it back after the breaststroke and won the heat in 2: 09.21.

The British Abbie Wood came second in the heat in 2: 09.56 in front of her compatriot Alicia Wilson, who crossed the finish line in 2: 10.59.

« Tomorrow morning there will be a second between the entire field, which will be really exciting and tight » said Wood. “And I think it will really be everyone’s race that is stressful but exciting at the same time. I feel like the ISL allowed me to do a lot of race training and it really boosted my confidence so I think it’s a great stepping stone to dealing with the Olympics. « 

 » Me think this event has changed a lot in the last two years or so, « said Walsh. “I wouldn’t say it’s wide open. I think tomorrow will be a pretty brutal fight for the medals, but I’m ready to take on Kate and I’m really excited to see what we can do. ”

1. Kate Douglass, USA, 2: 09.21
2. Abbie Wood, UK, 2: 09.56
3. Alex Walsh, USA, 2:09:57 am
4. Yu Yiting, China, 2: 09.72
5. Yui Ohashi, Japan, 2: 09.79
6. Sydney Pickrem, Canada, 2: 09.94
7. Katinka Hosszu, Hungary, 2: 10.22
8. Alicia Wilson, Great Britain, 2: 10.59

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