Despite posting two personal-best occasions, Seward senior Lydia Jacoby didn’t qualify for the World Championships on the U.S. World Championship Trials from April 26 to 30 in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Jacoby’s finest shot at making Worlds was ending within the high two of the 100 breaststroke, the occasion through which she gained a gold medal within the Tokyo Olympics in July 2021. Jacoby gained that Olympics race in 1 minute, 4.95 seconds.
At the trials, she swam 1:06.21 for fourth place, however that was not sufficient for a Worlds berth because of the depth of expertise in that race within the United States proper now. Annie Lazor obtained the final berth by ending second in 1:06.12.
Jacoby additionally swam private bests within the 50 breaststroke, ending third in 30.35, and within the 200 breaststroke, ending fifth in 2:26.60.