Eva Fabian Opens And Chloe Sutton Finishes At Pan Pacs

Eva Fabian Opens And Chloe Sutton Finishes At Pan Pacs

2010 world 5K champion Eva Fabian, a home schooled 16-year-old who taught her calculus, opened up the third night of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships with a rousing rendition of American national anthem on her violin.

Her impressive piece was a great way to open the night where favored 10K swimmer Chloe Sutton won her first international pool event in a fast 4:05.19 in the 400-meter freestyle to defeat her more heralded pool swimming Olympic teammates, Katie Hoff and Kate Ziegler.

Eva and Chloe will face off soon enough – tomorrow at 9:10 am in Marine Stadium in a much-anticipated 10K race broadcast live on SwimNetwork against Brazil’s Poliana Okimoto, Australia’s world champion Melissa Gorman, NCAA champion Emily Brunemann and New Zealand’s Cara Baker.



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