Connor Hoppe is one of several big-name swimmers set to collide in the boy’s 100 breaststroke on day 1 of Junior Nationals.
USA Swimming National Team swimmer Curtis Ogren highlights Stanford’s 5th-best-in-the-country class.
Tyler Clary has scratched the B-Final of the 200 back on Saturday night to focus on his 200 backstroke final race against Arkady Vyatchanin.
Check out videos here from every single event at California high school swimming’s CCS Championships, courtesy of Peter Nunan on YouTube.
The Bells won their 30th straight CCS title thanks to strong finals swims from a very deep bench.
Curtis Ogren from St. Francis knocked just over a tenth from his own National Independent High School Record in the 100 fly.
California’s CCS Prelims: Howe With National Record, Monta Vista Girls Leading Team Race, and Paly Boys in Dead Heat with Bellarmine
CCS is always an exciting meet but this year just may go down in history as one of the very best.
Stanford-commit Andrew Liang of Palo Alto High School is hoping to end his prep career with a team championship at CCS. If the Vikings succeed it will be the first time in 30 years that Bellarmine won’t occupy the top rung of the podium.
Curtis Ogren (pictured) was a double event winner for St Francis at the 2014 West Catholic Athletic League swimming and diving championships. The Stanford-bound senior also helped the Lancers break two WCAL relay records.
Ryan Lochte will swim just a single event on Friday night, but rest assured that he’ll probably spend his newly-found free time signing autographs.
2014 Mesa Grand Prix: Romano Grabs Three A Finals, Lochte Two In A Day Full Of Doubles-LIVE Prelims Recap
While the Phelps hype will still be at an all time high today, National teamers suit up for some grueling doubles and even triples in Friday’s session.
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…