Chesapeake Elite Pro-Am: Anthony Ervin Wins 100 Free to Conclude Comeback Meet

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SwimmingWorldMagazine.com: Chesapeake Elite Pro-Am: Anthony Ervin Wins 100 Free to Conclude Comeback Meet

The Chesapeake Elite Pro-Am came to a close in Oklahoma City with comeback kid Anthony Ervin providing the headlines with a win in the men's 100 free.

Cal's Ervin held off Tucson Ford's Simon Burnett for the title in the blue-riband event, 42.65 to 42.73. Ervin won the 100 free at the 2001 World Championships in addition to his 50 free Olympic and World titles in 2000 and 2001, respectively. Burnett, meanwhile, won the Commonwealth Games in the 100 free in 2006. Stanford's Jason Dunford touched third in 43.34.