The Carmel boys won the 2024 Indiana IHSAA Swimming & Diving State team title, their 10th-consecutive title. No other boys team has accomplished this feat.
The Virginia women and NC State men have massively separated themselves, both having the most A-finalists for their respective team battles.
At the 2024 IN HS Boys State prelims, Carmel’s Gregg Enoch swam 4:16.28 to scare the 500 free state record. More eerily, his 4:14.36 PB is faster.
NC State’s 100 back champ Katharine Berkoff has opted out of the 200 back to challenge UVA’s 100 free top 2 seeds Gretchen Walsh and Jasmine Nocentini.
Gretchen Walsh threw down a blazing 48.10 100 back leading off UVA’s winning 400 medley relay, setting her third slew of ACC/NCAA/American/US Open records.
Gretchen Walsh has officially broken the 100-yard fly ACC/NCAA/American/US Open records at 48.25. This comes a day after her back-to-back 50 free records.
Gretchen Walsh, 19.95! It took four years, two months, and 15 days since Abbey Weitzeil’s first sub-21 swim for a woman to break 20 in the 50-yard free.
Armstrong’s 50 back and Douglass’ 50 free silvers, plus the men’s 4×100 medley relay title, solidified the US’s 2024 Doha team title.
Kasia Wasick reset her 50 free Polish national record to earn Doha bronze at 23.95. She’s now the 7th sub-24 female textile suit performer all-time.
With Shayna Jack in the 50 free final, she should reload the AUS women’s 4×100 medley relay. But can she avenge China’s 4-for-4 relay streak?
19-year-old American Claire Curzan is now the second woman to sweep the three backstroke events at LC Worlds, one edition after Aussie Kaylee Mckeown’s sweep.
Australia’s Shayna Jack put up the fastest female 100 free relay split at 52.38, the move that ultimately earned Team Australia the silver behind China.
Swedish sprint queen Sarah Sjostrom secured her LC Worlds 50 fly six-peat in 24.63, the third-fastest performance in history.
USA’s Claire Curzan is on her way to becoming the second woman to either medal in all three LC Worlds backstroke events, or the second to win all three.
30-year-old American Nic Fink is now the second man to medal in all three LC Worlds breaststroke events, one year after China’s Qin Haiyang’s 3-for-3 sweep.