Johanna Gustafsdottir and Eric Ress impress in swimming events– USA Swimming Sectionals
Johanna Gustafsdottir and Eric M Ress occupied gold medals of the 200m Individual Medley (IM) in Women and Men’s corner respectively at the 2012 USA Swimming Sectionals in Fort Lauderdale.
Gustafsdottir remained prominent over her opponents throughout the discipline and sprinted her way towards the finishing wall for gold medal by producing a time of 2 minutes and 20.61 seconds.
The gold medallist was chased by Lauren C Piper of Area Tallahassee, who stayed 0.45 seconds apart and snared silver medal of the discipline by producing a time of 2 minutes and 21.06 seconds.
The second position holder was followed by Megan Moroney of Saint Andrew’s, who suffered a deficit of 1.76 seconds from her foregoing finisher and clocked a timing of 2 minutes and 22.82 seconds for bronze medal.
The bronze medallist was traced by Emily M Kopas of Davie Nadadores, who remained three seconds slower from her preceding finisher and settled on the finishing blockade as fourth position holder by producing a time of 2 minutes and 25.82 seconds.
Following that, the audience witnessed magnificent swims of Ress, who captured gold medal of the equivalent event in Men’s corner.
Ress’s epic pace placed him in a lead of half body length over his following swimmer as he rushed his way towards the finishing blockade for the crown of the event with the timing of 2 minutes and 05.05 seconds.
The champion was followed by Dan Wallace of Gator Swim Club, who stayed 0.37 seconds behind and finished second in the discipline by clocking a time of 2 minutes and 05.42 seconds.
The second position holder was trailed by Carlos T Omana of Metro AC Miami-F, who stayed 0.32 seconds apart and secured bronze medal of the discipline by posting a time of 2 minutes and 06.74 seconds.
Similarly, fourth position of the event was secured by Jean Lui Gomez of Naco-ZZ, who remained three body lengths apart and completed his race by producing a time of 2 minutes and 09.74 seconds.
Furthermore, the championship ended after the completion of all planned events.