Barrowman Swam Consistently & Well At World Championships in Doha Loop Cayman Islands

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Alric Lindsay

February 11, 2024 12:03 PM ET

Harper Barrowman
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Cayman’s Harper Barrowman swam well at the World Aquatics Championships In Doha, Qatar, this morning, Sunday, February 11.  She finished at 4:27.30.

This was close to her personal best of 4:26.88 set at the World Aquatics Championships in 2023, demonstrating consistency and ongoing improvement.

For example, based on the below data from Swim Cloud, it was only a short time ago that Barrowman was swimming in the region of 4:40.00. It is an admirable accomplishment that she improved this to 4:26.88 last year and came close to her personal best today.  That is, Barrowman’s performance is not about one race, but the fantastic overall effort she put into all races to date and her noticeable progression.  Her swim time will only get better from here.

Barrowman’s next race will be Tuesday, February 13, where she will swim in the 200M Free, the day before her birthday.

The next races for her teammates will be tomorrow, Monday, February 12, when Jillian Crooks and James Allison will appear in the pool.

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