Meet Results

David Gregg 2020 Meet Report

The David Gregg III Memorial meet was held Feb 1 in Richmond. There were 116 swimmers entered in the meet, another great turnout! The results have been uploaded to the USMS database and posted on our website.

One new LMSC record was set at the meet, with Van Van Horn Pate lowering her own mark in the 50 Butterfly in the 55-59 age group. The following swimmers won special meet awards:

  • The Sprinter award went to the swimmers with the lowest cumulative time in the four 50 events. Kevin Stoudt and Katie Gilbert showed their fast-twitch mastery of the short distances in claiming these awards.
  • The Distance award went to the swimmers with the lowest cumulative time in the 400 IM, 500 free, and 1650 free; Sarah Bofinger earned this honor in the women’s category, while Carl Ingebretsen repeated as the distance champion for the men.

Kudos to all those swimmers who made it to the meet, we hope you enjoyed it. And thanks to all the officials and volunteers who made it possible.


2 Responses to “David Gregg 2020 Meet Report”

  1. The David Gregg III Memorial meet held Feb 1 in Richmond was excellent. Many thanks to all those who organized and managed it. They did a great job.

    This was my first USMS meet that I entered in nearly twenty years and so I’m happy to be back swimming my heart out. Yes, I am not too happy with my performance, but my shortcomings spur me to improve and to complete more and more. That I will do.

    Currently I am registered with Potomac Valley and swim for DCM, joining it in the early 1980s. Because I now live in the Richmond area, I should probably transfer to Virginia LMSC

    Please advise me how I could make this happen. Of course, my main reason for doing this is to participate in your activities, including swimming in various relays at local and national championship meets.

    My email address is . I look forward to hearing from you.

    Re my plans to entering other USMS meets in 2020, they include the 29 Feb meet at W&B, the Zone meet at George Mason, and long course meets held in our area, including the USMS LC National Championship meet to be held at SwimRVA in August.

    Posted by Lee Bettis | 02/02/2020, 11:48 pm
  2. This meet was a lot of fun, again. And I was able to take more time off in each of the events I swam. I swam one year of summer league as a child. The rest I have learned as an adult (after age 35). I felt like I was drowning when I swam my backstroke. I’ll keep working on that. Thanks for putting together a wonderful swim meet! My masters (Burkwood) team had a great time together!!

    Posted by Wendi | 02/17/2020, 7:19 pm

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