2014 Speedo Grand Challenge Psych Sheets Are Live

by SwimSwam Staff 5

May 21st, 2014 Club, News

Jessica Hardy,  Mike Alexandrov, Jasmine Tosky, Maya DiRado, Karlee Bispo and Tom Kremer headline the 2014 Speedo Grand Challenge May 23-25th in Irvine, California at the Woollett Aquatic Center.

See 2014 Speedo Grand Challenge psych sheets here.

The Speedo Grand Challenge hosted by Irvine Novaquatics begins this Friday, May 23rd at beautiful William Woollett Jr. Aquatic Center in Irvine, Ca.. There are still finals tickets available on-line for purchase. All finals session passes for the entire weekend are $12.00, and each individual finals ticket is $5.00.

FINALS TICKETS can be purchased on-line reaching Novaquatics National Ticketing website at www.novaquatics.org Simply click on the venue image on the home page to begin the process.

Via Southern California Swimming:  Prelims start each day at 9:00 AM and they are flighted. All of the “A” flight events will be followed by a 30 minute break and then “B” flight events will be swum. NOTE:  There was an option to select “B” flight for entry; some “B” flight entry times are faster than “A” flight entries.


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I think it can be the year of Miss DiRado.
I can’t wait to watch her swim the 400 IM next summer.

I see the name of Santo Condorelli in the psych sheets.
22.32 and 49.38 last year with Bolles.
It will be interesting to see if he can swim faster this year after one year of college.
He wasn’t crazy fast with USC at NCAA’s.

Also plenty of California swimmers who swam at their high school championships last weekend like Weitzeil or Okubo.


I was thinking of driving over to Irvine to catch some of this meet, looks like some good races. But I noticed in the psych sheets that there are age group events scattered throughout the open events. Do we have to sit through age group finals mixed in during evening finals as well??


The age group events are prelims finals as well and are stuck in between the open events.
So yes you would have to sit through them.
This being said, all those age group swimmers are the fastest 7-12 year olds in southern California and it’s amazing to watch how fast they can go at such a young age.


Is there a live video stream by any chance? 🙂

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