It was a record-breaking weekend in Atlanta, with 18 US Open meet records broken and just 10 now remaining.
Erika Brown defeated Olympic champion Simone Manuel in the 100 FR while Cody Miller took down Olympic champion Dmitiry Balandin on night 4 of the US Open.
Chase Kalisz has dropped the 200 BR on night 4 of the US Open after finishing 9th in prelims, meanwhile, Kieran Smith will contest only in the 200 BK A-final.
In a thrilling battle between two 17-year-olds, Phoebe Bacon went on to upset world record-holder Regan Smith to become the 3rd-fastest 17-18 performer.
Teen Torri Huske upset Kelsi Dahlia in a tight 100 fly final while Phoebe Bacon upset world record-holder Regan Smith in the 100 back. Watch the races here.
On her last day being 16 years old, Torri Huske pulled an upset and not only won the U.S. Open title in the 100 fly but broke her own 15-16 NAG.
After failing to reach the A-final in both the 400 IM and 200 free, Katie Ledecky has decided to keep the 200 free for day 3 finals in Atlanta.
Shaine Cases (Texas A&M) and Erika Brown (Tennessee) both hold 4 national top times each after the first wave of college invites.
For the second year in a row, the girls of East Grand Rapids High School won the MHSAA D3 State Title, taking out Cranbrook Kingswood by 11 points.
For the second time in program history, the girls of Birmingham Seaholm stole the show with a dominant team win by 82 points.
With only half a point separating the top 2 teams, it was Farmington Hills Mercy High School that was able to win their 3rd-straight team title.
Follow along here as we will provide a live recap of tonight’s Golden Goggles awards gala.
Simone Manuel won Female Athlete of the Year at the 2019 Golden Goggles.
Caeleb Dressel won Male Swimmer of the Year at the 2019 Golden Goggles.
In another record-breaking session, the girls of Neuqua Valley, led by 2-time state record-holder and champion Rachel Stege, defended their 2018 state title.