Daniel Krueger is just getting started, and this being his first international meet with the National Jr team, be on the watch for a big time performance.
Look to Bayer to make a statement in the coming week.
Look to this young rising star to make serious waves in his sprint events in the coming future.
Michael Andrew is slated for a schedule that might even make Katinka Hosszu turn her head in surprise.
In the consolation final of the men’s 200m breaststroke, Reece Whitley, 15, swam to a new 15-16 national age group record of 2:11.30 en route to a big win
Phelps is a man who has done it all, although during his illustrious career he’s never really tested the waters in breaststroke
It was Vrooman that got her hand on the wall first for the win at 8:28.13
Jordan Wilimovsky came home from Russia to win the men’s 1500 freestyle, and he did just that, posting a time of 14:57.05
Jacob Pebley picks up another 200 backstroke victory for the summer after winning the same race at WUGs a few weeks ago
Amanda Weir managed to out-touch Allison Schmitt for the national title in the women’s 100 freestyle
Laura Sogar put together a great swim to win the women’s 200 breaststroke with her time of 2:23.54, posting the 14th fastest time in the world this year
17 year-old Claire Adams won her second event of the meet after breaking the Jr World Record to win the 100 backstroke earlier in the week
Phelps held his own this morning, proving that he can compete nationally in even his “off events.”
Despite missing the final in the 400 I.M. on Thursday, Will Licon stepped up to the blocks for the 200 I.M. as a man on a mission
Hali Flickinger powered through the final 50 meters to win the national title in the women’s 200 butterfly