Daiya Seto took .19 off the Mare Nostrum – Monaco meet record in the 200 IM with his winning time of 1:57.60. Watch his race here.
Watch Felipe Lima’s meet record of 26.79 in the 50 breast, as well as the other quarterfinal races from the Speed Tournament at Mare Nostrum – Monaco.
38-year-old Roland Schoeman spoke with SwimSwam in Monaco about the 2020 Olympics: “We have greater and loftier goals than most people have their eyes set on”
Natalie Hinds spoke with SwimSwam about her first international swimming experience during the Monaco stop of the 2019 Mare Nostrum Tour.
Rachel Sabotin has committed to Akron’s class of 2024. “I’m so excited to be a part of such an amazing swim team, coaches, and university.”
Bobby O’Donnell from the RMSC-Olney National Training Group has committed to swim for the U.S. Coast Guard Bears beginning in the fall.
Hannah Wasmuth, a USA Swimming Scholastic All-American from Norcross, Georgia, has verbally committed to Villanova for 2020-21.
Eric Wang, a breaststroker from Cougar Aquatic Team in Verona, NJ, has announced his plans to swim for the Penn Quakers in 2019-20.
Hallie Wilson, a nationally-recognized artist and free/fly specialist from Richmond, Virginia, has committed to swim for Lehigh next fall.
Colorado diver Ashlyn Foster has accepted her appointment to attend the United States Air Force Academy and will begin in the fall of 2019.
Reading YMCA breaststroker Maggie Foight, pictured above (left) with Ella Campbell (right), has announced her intention to swim at Kenyon College for the next four years.
Abbey Webb, who won a silver medal anchoring Australia’s 4×100 medley relay in 54.90 at Youth Olympic Games, has made a verbal commitment to join the Auburn Tigers in the fall of 2020.
Chaitha Dasari, a fly, back, free specialist from San Ramon, California, has announced his intention to swim for the Stevens Ducks beginning in the fall.
SASO Swimming’s Natalie Ritter has committed to Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington for 2019-20.
Jordan Aurnou-Rhees from Columbus School for Girls and Ohio State Swim Club will head to Rocky Top in the fall of 2020.