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Monday, February 20, 2017

Daina Bouquin Wins Four At Winter Swimming Champs

Courtesy of WOWSA, Huntington Beach, California.

28-year-old Daina Bouquin [addressing media in photo on left] swept four events at the United States Winter Swimming Association's 2017 Winter Swimming National Championships at the New York Aquarium in Coney Island: in the 50m butterfly, 50m freestyle, 100m freestyle, and 200m freestyle.

50m Breaststroke Women's Results
1. Jaimie Monahan, USA 53.03
2. Kellie Latimer, USA 58.69
3. Caroline Block, USA 1:00.59
4. Elaine Howley, USA 1:00.69
5. Marine Bekisz, Belgium 1:01.82
6. Morgane Coumont, Belgium 1:02.32
7. Jane Mason, USA 1:03.75
8. Ozlen Luznar, USA 1:08.62
9. Nicole Gernay, Belgium 1:08.83
10. Mariia Yrjö-Koskinen, Finland 1:10.69
11. Sabine Buche, Belgium 1:16.94
12. Noëlle Joiris, Belgium 1:18.89
13. Jocelyne Darimont, Belgium 1:29.25
14. Nora De Kempeneer, Belgium 2:03.16

50m Breaststroke Men's Results
1. John Hughes, USA 48.81
2. Jean-Marc Gilkin, Belgium 52.00
3. Josef Stolin, Belgium 58.79
4. Richard Born, USA 58.88
5. James Schall, USA 1:00.08
6. Ed Gabriels, USA 1:00.40
7. Naum Barash, USA 1:02.01
8. Elliot Reed, Elliot, USA 1:05.33
9. Silverio Bracaglia, USA 1:08.89
10. Claude Coumont, Belgium 1:11.90
11. Richard Buche, Belgium 1:20.96

100m Freestyle Women's Results
1. Daina Bouquin, USA 1:13.28
2. Jaimie Monahan, USA 1:21.25
3. Martha Wood, USA 1:21.64
4. Devon Clifford, USA 1:22.58
5. Kellie Latimer, USA 1:28.77
6. Jane Mason, USA 1:32.51
7. Ozlen Luznar, USA 1:34.03
8. Elaine Howley, USA 1:35.26
9. Talya Tibbon, USA 1:36.53
10. Caroline Block, USA 1:37.41
11. Ranie Pearce, USA 1:53.56
12. Marina Bekisz, Belgium 1:57.95
13. Laura Nattress, USA 2:00.57
14. Morgane Coumont, Belgium 2:20.69
15. Zuzana Patkova, Belgium 2:26.28

100m Freestyle Men's Results
1. Matt Judge, USA 1:02.09
2. Conor Turner, Ireland 1:07.57
3. Edward Riley, USA 1:14.69
4. Ed Gabriels, USA 1:14.69
5. Yuta Tsuboi, USA 1:15.90
6. Elias Falcon, USA 1:17.32
7. Kenn Lichtenwalter, USA 1:24.95
8. Richard Born, USA 1:25.25
9. Thomas Hale, USA 1:28.65
10. John Gale, USA 1:39.12
11. Silverio Bracaglia, USA 1:43.69
12. Peter Risi, USA 1:50.93
13. Jean-Marc Gilkin, Belgium 1:58.84
14. Elliot Reed, USA 2:13.46
15. Michel Barzin, Belgium 2:25.31
16. Bernard Nizet, Belgium 2:38.78
17. Claude Coumont, Belgium 2:44.38
18. Richard Buche, Belgium 2:52.03
19. Seth Bornstein, USA 3:44.45

25m Freestyle Women's Results
1. Meaghan Kwarcinski, USA 19.39
2. Elaine Howley, USA 19.94
3. Jaimie Monahan, USA 20.00
4. Tauni Lanier, USA 20.53
5. Martha Wood, USA 21.75
6. Mary Isakson, USA 23.51
7. Patty Hermann, USA 24.16
8. Ozlen Luznar, USA 24.38
9. Jane Mason, USA 24.52
10. Caroline Block, USA 24.96
11. Morgane Coumont, Belgium 25.00
12. Olivia Bradley, USA 25.04
13. Capri Djatiasmoro, USA 25.80
14. Devon Clifford, USA 25.84
15. Mariia Yrjö-Koskinen, Finland 26.64
16. Mary Stabinsky, USA 26.65
17. Carolina Perez, USA 28.60
18. Joelle Petit, Belgium 35.20
19. Mindy Bowens, USA 35.22

25m Freestyle Men's Results
1. Yuta Tsuboi, USA 16.06
2. Richard Born, USA 16.85
3. Edward Riley, USA 17.19
4. Conor Turner, Ireland 17.65
5. Ed Gabriels, USA 20.59
6. James Schall, USA 21.31
7. Tom De Kesel, USA 23.94
8. Kenn Lichtenwalter, USA 24.94
9. Bernard Nizet, Belgium 27.50
10. Paul Martin, USA 29.91
11. John Gale, USA 29.93
12. Thomas McGann, USA 31.69
13. Silverio Bracaglia, USA 40.13
14. Barnabas Zeng, USA 1:15.01
15. Josef Stolin, Belgium 2:22.06

25m Butterfly Women's Results
1. Daina Bouquin, USA 16.97
2. Kellie Latimer, USA 19.70
3. Jaimie Monahan, USA 20.50
4. Martha Wood, USA 22.10
5. Elaine Howley, USA 26.71
6. Ranie Pearce, USA 28.82
7. Ozlen Luznar, USA 29.45
8. Mary Isakson, USA 34.33
9. Mary Stabinsky, USA 36.15
10. Capri Djatiasmoro, USA 44.26

25m Butterfly Men's Results
1. Conor Turner, Ireland 15.81
2. Richard Born, USA 17.59
3. John Hughes, USA 19.66
4. Ed Gabriels, USA 22.32
5. Silverio Bracaglia, USA 29.19
6. John Gale, USA 30.29
7. James Schall, USA 31.02
8. Barnabas Zeng, USA 52.15

Additional race results are posted here.

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