SANTA CLARA, Calif. -- United States Olympian Dana Vollmer set a meet record and won two individual events at the Santa Clara International Invitational Grand Prix on Friday.
Vollmer, who won a gold medal in 2004 and is a former NCAA Swimmer of the Year, swam 57.73 to set the 100 butterfly meet record. It's the third-fastest time in the world this season. Olympian Elaine Breeden finished second in 59.37.
Vollmer also won the 100 freestyle, swimming 54.47 and beating American teenager Jasmine Tosky, who finished in 55.90.
In other events, Brazil's Kai Marcio De Almeida won the men's 200 butterfly in 1:56.94, Australia's Kenrick Monk won the men's 200 freestyle in 1:49.29 and Canadian Brian Johns took gold in the 400 individual medley in 4:17.73.