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Jackets Cap Winter Nationals with Two A Finalists

200 Fly Finals | 100 Fly Prelims

GREENSBORO, N.C. – Georgia Tech swimming and diving’s Tim Slanschek and Clay Hering both made the A final of the 200 fly at the 2018 U.S. Winter Nationals on Saturday at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.

In the final race of the four-day event, Slanschek sprinted to a fifth-place finish with a time of 2:02.21 before Hering finished seventh at 2:03.76.

Hering swam a 2:02.38 to finish sixth overall in the prelims, while Slanschek turned in a time of 2:03.27.

Earlier in the day, Slanschek also raced in the 100 fly prelims, finishing just eight spots out of qualifying for a final with a time of 56.07.

Also competing at Winter Nationals was Georgia Tech graduate assistant Moises Loschi, who won the 100 breast B final with a time of 1:02.38, edging out the victory by 0.04 seconds.

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