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Tess Howley Shines at Junior Nationals

Annette Mackrel

TESS HOWLEY (LIAC) 200 FLY: 2:06.85 at Junior Nationals

Tess Howley swam a best time in the girls 200 butterfly by over a second. Her best time coming into the meet was a 2:08.07 which she swam at the 2022 US Summer National Championships. Here, she swam a best time in prelims (2:07.56) before swimming even faster in finals with a 2:06.85. Even more notably, her finals time would have finished second at US World Trials in Indianapolis, which would have qualified her to represent the US at the 2023 World Championships. At Worlds, the time would have made the Championship final, finishing fourth overall.

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