2019 U.S. Nationals: Intense Day 3 Photo Vault


Day 3 of the 2019 US National Championships at the Avery Aquatics Center at Stanford University saw some FANTASTIC races and unexpected times. We saw Emma Weyant capture a Gold medal in the 400 IM, posting a US leading time for the year. We also saw Carson Foster and Bobby Finke battle it out down the stretch in the 400 IM, with Bobby Finke narrowly getting the edge over Carson. However, Carson still earned the Junior World Record time with that swim, breaking the elusive Sean Grieshop’s old record, who was swimming next to him. Did you miss these swims? Luckily, SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture the tenacity, drama and excitement of the third day of racing. 

Interested in acquiring photos of your swimmers at Nationals or Juniors? Contact Jack at [email protected] to let him know what events they will be in and to discuss purchase options.

Kelsi Dahlia (photo: Jack Spitser)

Phillips 66 Nationals Venue at Stanford (photo: Jack Spitser)

John Shebat (photo: Jack Spitser)

Cassidy Bayer (photo: Jack Spitser)

Ally McHugh (photo: Jack Spitser)

Kieran Smith (photo: Jack Spitser)

Spencer Daily (photo: Jack Spitser)

Beata Nelson (photo: Jack Spitser)

Claire Tuggle (photo: Jack Spitser)

Kelsi Dahlia (photo: Jack Spitser)

Sean Grieshop (photo: Jack Spitser)

1.2.3. GO! (photo: Jack Spitser)

Sean Grieshop (photo: Jack Spitser)

Alyssa Marsh (photo: Jack Spitser)

The Power of Water (photo: Jack Spitser)

Madisyn Cox (photo: Jack Spitser)

Brooke Forde (photo: Jack Spitser)

Mason Manta Rays Success (photo: Jack Spitser)

Justin Lynch (photo: Jack Spitser)

Dana Vollmer en route to her last swim ever. Thank you Dana! (photo: Jack Spitser)

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Really enjoy your photography skills!


Great photographs.

About Jack Spitser

Jack Spitser

Jack Spitser is a San Diego based photographer who swims for UC San Diego under Olympic coach David Marsh. Working for years as a lifestyle and sports photographer, Jack has successfully utilized his knowledge of competitive swimming and integrated it into his work, capturing intimate perspectives of the sport unanimously …

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