Hugo Gonzalez Takes 200 IM On Final Day Of Spanish Winter C’ships
2020 SPANISH WINTER CHAMPIONSHIPS
- Friday, November 20th – Sunday, November 22nd
- Gaetà Huguet pool in Castellón, in La Salera
- SCM (25m)
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Final Day Highlights
The 2020 Spanish Winter Championships concluded today in La Salera, with Cal redshirt Hugo Gonzalez getting it done for gold in the 200m IM.
Gonzalez touched in a mark of 1:55.33 to take the timed final, with his outing representing the 3rd fastest time of his career. Gonzalez has been as fast as 1:54.77 at these same championships two years ago, with his 2nd fastest time of 1:55.22 taking place at that 2018 meet’s prelims.
Jessica Vall made her trifecta of breaststroke wins complete with a victory in the 50m sprint tonight. Vall topped the field in a time of 30.76, a result just .11 over her own meet record of 30.67 from 2018.
The men’s 200m free saw Cesar Castro clock a speedy 1:44.70 to take the gold ahead of the competition. Splitting 50.54/54.16, Castro’s effort here marks just the 3rd time he’s been under 1:45 in the SCM version of the 2free. He owns a lifetime best of 1:43.94 in 2018.
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