US go swimming star Worrell flies to Rio berth
OMAHA (U . s . STATES) – Kelsi Worrell takes her worldwide career one stage further, punching her Olympic ticket having a 100m butterfly victory in the US trials.
American Kelsi Worrell wins the 100m butterfly in the US Olympic Team Swimming Trials with a time period of 56.48sec
Worrell, who won gold in the Pan American Games this past year in her own first worldwide meeting, powered past 2012 Olympic gold medallist Dana Vollmer around the second lap to win in 56.48sec, making her the 2nd-fastest on the planet this season behind Sweden’s Sarah Sjostrom.
Vollmer, who required time off work after London to possess her boy Arlen, who’s now 15 several weeks old, stored her about a repeat in Rio alive together with her runner-up finish in 57.21sec.