Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships: Thursday, August 23

Our Lady of Good Counsel senior Jack Conger swam his personal best time and set a new meet record in winning the final of the men’s 100-meter backstroke during the first day of the 2012 Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Honolulu on Thursday. Conger, a member of the Rockville-Montgomery Swim Club, was seeded first in the event entering the meet and swam the fastest time in the morning preliminary heats.

Men’s 100-Meter Backstroke


  • 1. Jack Conger (Good Counsel), United States – 54.07
  • 2. Corey Main, New Zealand – 54.96
  • 3. Takeshi Kawamoto, Japan – 55.32
  • 4. Keita Sunama, Japan – 55.66
  • 5. Omar Arafa, Canada – 56.20
  • 6. Ty Stewart, United States – 56.31
  • 7. Regan Leong, Australia – 56.88
  • 8. Dimitar Ivanov, Canada – 59.35



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