PASA swimmers and Stanford commits Ally Howe (pictured above), Curtis Ogren and Andrew Liang combined for 10 individual wins on the weekend, while Duke signee Leah Goldman took four of her own.
Bolles coach Sergio Lopez, a former Olympic bronze medalist, will lead the men’s Junior National Team Camp in early April at the U.S. Olympic Training Center.
Fast age groupers, college commits like Brett Ringgold and Curtis Ogren and even some current Texas A&M Aggies made appearances at the Texas Sectionals meet in College Station.
Michael Andrew has demolished his second National Age Group Record in as many days, swimming a 3:52.08 in his 400…
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After briefly holding the 13-14 100 breast National Age Group record last night, Reece Whitley smashed the 200 breast record on Saturday night at the 2013 Tom Dolan Invitational.
PASA’s Ally Howe, a Stanford commit, has been sharp at this meet. She comes into the girls’ 200 backstroke as the #2 overall seed.
Kyle Gornay of the Redlands Swim Team won the boys’ 100 fly at the 2013 Winter Junior National Championships.
Doing what he does: Michael Andrew broke 3 NAG records in the span of 4 events on night two of Junior Nationals.
Kylie Stewart is the top seed in 3 of the 5 women’s individual events: the 400 IM, the 200 free and the 100 back.
PASA’s Curtis Ogren wins the 200 IM in a new meet record time of 1:45.08, smashing Ryan Murphy’s time from a year ago.
Lest a broken Michael Phelps NAG Record somehow get overshadowed in this amazing session by that 18.94, the headline for the photo fishbowl goes to Townley Haas.
Caeleb Dressel is the top seed in all sorts of races this weekend, where he’ll make another charge at the NAG record book.
Becca Mann will be a part of over 80 entries on day 1 alone of the 2013 FINA World Cup Series in Tokyo.