With continental 2020 Olympic diving berths up for grabs, Colombia and Mexico both grabbed gold medals and Olympic spots at the 2019 Pan American Games.
A few of the top names entered in both Junior and Senior Nationals have scratched the former on day 1 prelims, suggesting they may not be competing this week.
Annie Lazor has been the most electric U.S. women’s breaststroker this year, and she finally gets her main taper meet this week in Lima.
Psych sheets, timelines, livestream links, live results links and more for the 2019 USA Swimming Junior National Championships.
In a month of fast swimming across the world, NCSA Junior Nationals begin this week in Indianapolis, with some top junior names set to chase NAG records.
Former American record-holder Lara Jackson has been hired as the new women’s swimming assistant coach at Florida Gulf Coast University.
These can serve as “times to beat” for the Pan Ams swimmers, as well as those swimming other meets between now and August 25, when the selection period ends.
The good news: ESPN is broadcasting much of the Pan American Games. The bad news: it’ll require a subscription. The good news: it’s cheap or potentially free.
Nathan Adrian is among the big-name veterans competing at this year’s Pan American Games. We have the event schedule and all the links you need here.
USA Swimming will live stream all sessions of the 2019 Junior National Championships, unlike the senior national meet, which was split between two platforms.
Henry Schutte notched a new Olympic Trials cut in the 50 free and Justin Fleagle qualified atop the 50 fly on Friday morning at YMCA Nationals.
Paige Hetrick and Justin Fleagle each won events for the second time in two nights at YMCA Nationals, sweeping the 100 backstrokes.
It’s 14-year-old Erin Gemmell vs 16-year-old Ashley Strouse for the second individual entry in the 200 free. That takes place in tonight’s B final.
Last night’s 200 back champ, Bradford Y’s Paige Hetrick is the top qualifier by four tenths in the 100 back – and she’s not far off the YMCA National record.
Two-time defending series champ Sarah Sjostrom is absent in Tokyo, opening the door for five-time champ Katinka Hosszu of Hungary.