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Florida Still Rolling at AllFlorida Invite as Mark Szaranek Shines

Florida Still Rolling at AllFlorida Invite as Mark Szaranek Shines

The University of Florida Gators extended their leads for both the women and men on day two of the All-Florida Invitational in Ft. Lauderdale. Mark Szaranek was the top performer of the day as he won the men’s 200 free and played a big role on his team’s relays.

Many of Florida’s biggest names were out of the lineup once again Saturday as they continue their return to training after the Olympic Games. That includes reigning 50 and 100 free NCAA champion Caeleb Dressel, who won two gold medals for the U.S. in Rio, along with Mitch D’Arrigo and Jan Switkowski.

The Gators opened the second day with a win in the 200 medley relay. Emma Ball, Danielle Keymont, Alysa Yambor-Maul and Sherridon Dressel took the win in 1:43.36, just ahead of Florida Gulf Coast’s Fanny Teijonsalo, Evita Leter, Yee Ching Wong and Katie Latham, who came in at 1:43.75.

Nova Southeastern touched out Florida to win the men’s 200 medley relay, 1:32.36 to 1:32.41. Till Barthel, Anton Lobanov, Thiago Sickert and Malique Elder competed for FGCU, while Florida had Szaranek, Chandler Bray, Benjamin Kennedy and Maxime Rooney.

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