Urlando took things out in a 21.51, coming home in 24.46 for his 45.97, which is a best time by over seven tenths.
Due to winter storms expected for late Saturday night and on through Sunday, USA Swimming announced some changes to the schedule tomorrow in Greensboro.
Urlando posted a 45.97 this morning, the fastest time in history for anyone age 16 or younger in SCY history.
Katharine Berkoff broke 51 for the first time in the 100 back this morning, while Luca Urlando had two stellar swims in the 100 fly and 100 back.
Luca Urlando hit best times in both of his events today, including a #2 time in 15-16 history in the 200 IM.
TAC Titans’ 14-year-old Claire Curzan is in striking distance of Gretchen Walsh’s 22.00 50 free NAG record tonight after a 22.15 this morning which ranks #2 all-time in 13-14 history.
His breaststroke split really helped him pull away from the field, splitting a 29.17.
Remedy Rule had what could be considered the meet of her life, posting lifetime bests in the 100 fly (51.71), 200 fly (1:53.65), and 500 free (4:42.58)
Whether or not we mean it, the swimming community (and sports community at-large) is good at making comparisons; especially when…
Gretchen Walsh (above) is the top seed this weekend in both the 50 free and 100 free.
Simone Manuel powered to a 53.50 this morning in the 100 free — we’ll see what she has for us tonight in the final as she’s the heavy favorite.
Mackenzie Glover will not race in the 200 back tonight after securing an A-final spot with a 2:14.71 this morning.
Alyssa Marsh broke her own Duke record in the 100 free this morning.
Watch Katie Ledecky go the world’s leading 200 free time this season, and more, from night 3 in Greensboro.
Cal senior Katie McLaughlin holds the NAG record with a 57.87 from 2015, but Bray has well over a year to chase that mark before she turns 19.