OMAHA, Neb. — Brendan Hansen and Eric Shanteau were the favorites.

OMAHA, Neb. — Brendan Hansen and Eric Shanteau were the favorites.

The race was a different matter.

In another major breaststroke upset, Scott Weltz won the 200 meters at the U.S. Olympic swimming trials Friday night, leaving Hansen and Shanteau with only one individual event at the London Games.

On a night when Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps were focused on getting through semifinal races, Nathan Adrian won the 100 freestyle and Cullen Jones claimed the second spot for London, while Natalie Coughlin barely survived her last chance to make it back to the Olympics.

The men's 200 breast was just as shocking as the women's 100 breast, which was won by Breeja Larson over Rebecca Soni and Jessica Hardy. At least Soni got second place, still good enough for a do-over in the Olympics.

Neither Hansen nor Shanteau were as fortunate.

"My whole body was kind of tingling and I was like, 'I'm feeling it and something is different, this is the time,'" Weltz said. "I was smiling behind the blocks, I wasn't nervous. I felt great going into it."

Clark Burckle claimed the second spot on the Olympic team, another big surprise. Shanteau finished third and Hansen faded to fourth, which means they'll have to settle for only swimming the 100 breast in London after going 1-2 in that event at the trials.