In the men’s 100m individual medley (IM), Kleb Lab Dresel became the first swimmer to swim below 50 seconds (49.88 seconds), as Kalyli Condors immediately made it to the finals in bold and convincing fashion. General Li Condors, along with Olympian Jason Lazak, as their general manager, proves they are a beating team. On the second day of the semi-finals, Dresley won the men’s 100m freestyle with a time of 45.20 seconds, while Haley Flinger won the women’s 200m butterfly race clocking 2: 04.25. Backstroke Queen Olivia Smoliga won the women’s 100m backstroke with a time of 55.99 seconds, while Allison Smith won the women’s 200m freestyle clocking 1: 52.83. Townley Haas excelled in the men’s 200m freestyle with a time of 1: 42.00 and Lily King retained her breaststroke throne with a time of 1: 03.29. She was also a winner in the women’s meter0m breaststroke skins, and also defeated her teammate Molly Honey in the final, giving the team a 1-2 finish.
Kali Condors won the mixed 4 x 100m freestyle relay with a time of 3: 14.96, while Hali Flinker also won the women’s 400m individual medal (IM) race 4: 27.07. The situation after the second day of the semifinals is as follows: The Black Corps is ahead with 605.5 points, followed by the Los Angeles Current with 462 points. Iron was third with 340.5 points and the Toronto Titans were fourth with 303 points. Kali Condors and Los Angeles Current were the two teams that qualified for the final this weekend. Dresel also serves as ambassador to the Spire Institute in Ohio.
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