2015 NCSA Junior National Championships – All the Links You’ll Need

2015 NCSA Junior National Championships

The 2015 NCSA Spring Championships begin tomorrow in Orlando, Florida. We’ve already given you 5 Stories To Watch, now here’s some information on the meet itself.


  • Tuesday distance: 4:00 p.m. (EDT) – short course yards
  • Wednesday-Saturday prelims: 8:30 a.m. (EDT) – short-course yards
  • Wednesday-Saturday finals: 6:00 p.m. (EDT) – long-course meters


Tuesday, March 17

W 1650 free/M 1000 free
W/M 4×50 free relay
W/M 4×50 medley relay

Wednesday, March 18

W/M 200 back
W 100 free/M 500 free
W/M 100 breast
W/M 200 fly
W 4×200 free relay

Thursday, March 19

W/M 200 free
W/M 50 breast
W/M 400 IM
W/M 50 fly
W/M 4×100 free relay

Friday, March 20

W/M 100 back
W 500 free/M 100 free
W/M 200 breast
W/M 100 fly
M 4×200 free relay

Saturday, March 21

W/M 50 back
W/M 200 IM
W/M 50 free
W/M 4×100 medley relay
W 800m free/M 1500m free

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Joel Lin

The scheduling makes it difficult to accommodate Seliskar potential 100 fly, 200 breast back-to-back events and then 200 fly, 100 breast same back-to-back.

Of course, swimmers aren’t supposed to be both great breaststrokers and butterflyers. Violates the natural order of the cosmic universe.

bobo gigi

And he will have to be at 100% in the morning if he wants to break some NAG records in SCY. The race to fast times will be in prelims. That’s purely and simply stupid.

Joel Lin

…he’s tended to be a very good prelims swimmer. I like the format. He has a shot to light it up in SCY and also at night in LCM. He has a legit chance to get under 1:50 in the 200 breast SCY. That is the race I am keenest to follow.


Going under 1:50 in the 200 breast for Seliskar is highly unlikely, you have to keep in mind that only the one and only Kevin Cordes has ever gone under the 1:51 mark. He should be happy with going a 1:51 low, or possibly, considering he only go 4 days rest and was partially shaven, a 1:50 high maybe.


Seliskar is a very good back to back went swimmer. Doing back to back 2 consecutive days is going to be tough.

cynthia curran

Is Seliskar the modern Lynn Coletta very good at both 200 fly and 200 breast. She got a silver at the 1972 olympics in 200 fly and i think a silver in the world championships in 200 breast. She also was a good im’er.


Fly/breast is a rare combination, but its not the rarest. Dan Tranter also does 200 fly/breast/IM. There’s lots of collegiate examples I can think of who do that, but he was the first notable international example I thought of.
The rarest would have to be back/breast. I can’t think of anyone who does a back/breast combination on an international scale. (Of course as soon as I say that people will think of tons of examples.)


Quance-Julian was a great fly-breaststroker.
Arguably, back/breast are Thiago Pereira’s best two strokes.

The exactly name is not Colette, but Colella, Rick Colella.

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