After winning the 200 back earlier this week, Flood’s Josh Zuchowski comes in as the top qualifier in the boys 200 IM tonight.
14-year-old Raya Mellot of Crow Canyon leads the girl’s 200 breast field as the top qualifier out of this morning’s prelims.
Stanford commit Henry McFadden of the Jersey Wahoos comes in as the top seed in the boy’s 100 free after blasting a 50.2 this morning.
Coronado’s Nick Mahabir comes in as the top seed in the men’s 100 breast with Michael Andrew’s meet record potentially within range.
Crow Canyon’s Raya Mellott blasted a 1:09.32 100 breast this morning, placing her behind only a pair of Olympic champions in the 13-14 all time rankings.
Elmbrook Swim Club’s Lucy Thomas blasted a new lifetime best of 1:08.07 in the 100 breast to break the Juniors meet record.
Florida Gator pro Katie Ledecky will make her 2022 Nationals debut this evening, coming in as the top seed for the women’s 800 free.
Rising senior Bella Answeeney, a butterflyer from Florida, will bring ACC B final potential in the 200 fly with her to Raleigh.
Carson Foster took down the GOAT’s Texas pool record in last night’s 200 fly with a similar strategy: breathing every stroke.
American Torri Huske has been on fire so far in Budapest, and a technical change seems to have helped supercharge her 50 fly.
Elmbrook Swim Club backstroker Stuart Seymour, a rising high school senior, has committed to join Northwestern’s Class of 2027.
Hungarian Zalan Sarkany brings a converted 1650 free time that would have scored at last year’s men’s NCAA Championships to Tempe.
Christiana Williams, the AAC runner-up in both the 100 and 200 breast, will be heading west to join the San Diego State Aztecs.
Winter Juniors-qualifying backstroker and freestyler Ian Steffen of Linn-Mar has committed to join Minnesota’s class of 2027.
Trenton Julian leads the field in both the 200 free and 100 free heading into Friday’s prelim session at the PSS- Mission Viejo.