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Karl Bishop Clocks Y National Record Hickory Women Wilton Men Win

Karl Bishop Clocks Y National Record Hickory Women Wilton Men Win

On the fifth and final day of the 2016 long course YMCA Nationals, another national record fell and multiple swimmers made repeat podium finishes as the Hickory women continued to show their distance prowess and Wilton took the top spots in the sprints.

Cheshire’s Karl Bishop continued a successful weekend. The 18 year old touched in national record time of 8:11.69 to win the 800. Ross Dant of Hickory set the record at 8:17.21 in the opening 800 of his second place 1500 on Wednesday. Tonight, Dant was Bishop’s runner up again, also under the record with an 8:14.15. Dant is only 15 and will have many more opportunities to reclaim the mark. Wilton’s Robby Giller placed third in 8:18.64.

The Hickory women had an impressive four women in the eight person final of the 800 freestyle. Emmaline Peterson and Madison Murtagh represented the group in the top three. Peterson won the event in 8:51.13, three seconds shy of the National Record, and Murtagh took third in 9:00.75. Boise’s Abbey Erwin snagged second with an 8:45.65.

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