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Results

Performance

Top Swims

March 20, 2017–March 26, 2017
Rank Name Event Time
1
200 Fly
1:38.83
2
200 Free
1:30.95
3
100 Back
43.99
4
800 Free Relay
6:09.56
5
200 Back
1:36.75
6
200 Free
1:31.16
7
200 Medley Relay
1:22.28
8
400 Medley Relay
3:01.51
9
800 Free Relay
6:10.97
10
400 Medley Relay
3:02.20

Latest Cuts

Name Event Time Cut
200 Fly 1:40.36 A
200 Free 1:35.26 B
200 Free 1:35.52 B
200 IM 1:45.36 B
100 Fly 46.77 B
200 Back 1:42.66 B
100 Back 46.85 B
100 Back 47.05 B
100 Fly 47.55 B
100 Breast 53.88 B

Commitments

Zheng Quah

Zheng Quah

SIN

  • Power Index

    1.59

  • 2016 rank

    34th

I wanted to be part of a team that was really dynamic and quick. The men’s and women’s team don’t train together – it allows the coaches to really focus. It sounded pretty amazing. One of the huge benefits of college swimming is the amount of racing they do… just being able to get up and race as and when is needed is a huge skill to have and it will definitely help you on the bigger stage in the end.

California

University of California-Berkeley