Aimee DuHamel of Academy Bullets Swim Club will join the Seminoles’ butterfly and backstroke training groups. She recently competed at Summer Junior Nationals
Breaststroke and IM specialist Hannah O’Leary is already a four-time Texas high school state finalist. She will join the Aggies’ class of 2023.
Edwards graduated from Grand Canyon University after a strong 2021-2022 season. She would have been UConn’s fastest 200 backstroker last year by 1.5 seconds.
16-year-old Alexia Sotomayor holds ten Peruvian national records and was Perú’s fastest backstroker at the 2022 World Championships.
Lucy Thomas was part of Elmbrook’s NAG record-setting relay on Friday. Check out all A final race videos from night five of the Junior National Championships
In Irvine, Elmbrook Swim Club’s Maggie Wanezek, Lucy Thomas, Campbell Stoll, and Abby Wanezek lowered their 15-18 NAG from last summer by .10.
14-year-old Mellott swam a 1:08.77 100 breast in Irvine to become the 2nd all-time fastest 13-14 swimmer behind seven-time Olympic medalist Amanda Beard.
Thomas Heilman of Cavalier Aquatics broke 13 13-14 national age group records last season in 11 days. Now, he’s after the 15-16 ones.
Carmel Swim Club’s Alex Shackell broke 2:10 for the first time to win the girls’ 200 fly, besoming the 9th all-time fastest swimmer in her age group.
Baylor Nelson has seven North Carolina State Championship titles under his belt and has committed to Texas A&M for the fall of 2022.
Australia’s Winnington (above), Southam, Incerti, and Horton won gold with a 1.5 second lead over the field at the 2022 Commonwealth Games.
Javier Acevedo (above) is now the first Canadian under 25.00 in the 50 back while New Zealand’s Jeffcoat cracked his own national record to win gold.
Duncan Scott’s bronze medal win in the 100 free today marks his 10th Commonwealth Games medal, the most medals any Scottish athlete has ever won at the Games.
Defending Olympic champion Kaylee McKeown of Australia cracked Kylie Masse’s Commonwealth Games record by .38 to win gold in Birmingham.
200 IM top seed Shaine Casas (above) came within .8 of his best time this morning, a time that ranks him as the 7th all-time fastest American in the event.