Michael Andrew roared to a new personal best in the men’s 100 breast, securing the top seed for tonight’s final with a 58.82.
3 Hong Kong national records fell at the meet, 2 at the hands of University of Michigan alum Siobhan Haughey, and one from former Virginia Tech swimmer Ian Ho
Rose Bowl Aquatics conducted an intrasquad meet this past weekend, resulting in 3 broken NAG relay records.
Kaeser says the cancer was caught due to an abnormality in a recent urine sample he gave for a doping control test.
Sara Stotler, a 17-year-old from Florida’s Planet Swim Aquatics, picked up 3 new cuts, including a Wave II cut in the women’s 100 fly.
Navy hosted a last chance Olympic Trials qualifier last weekend, which was responsible for 10 Navy swimmers picking up new Trials cuts.
As SwimSwam has done with the Winter Junior Nationals meets in recent years, we decided to combine the results from each site.
NOVA 17-year-old Zoe Dixon came in 2nd in the IM, swimming a 2:13.89.
With a sizzling 30.37 on the final 50, Gemmell was able to seal the deal, roaring into the finish in 4:12.94.
Arlington Aquatic Club 18-yeat-old Torri Huske put on a show on Friday night at the Richmond site of the TYR Spring Cup.
During the prelims session of the Richmond site Spring Cup, there was a handful of Olympic Trials cuts achieved.
Finishing 2nd in the 800 was Westchester Aquatic Club 14-year-old Claire Weinstein, who swam an 8:41.44.
Cox swam an 8:42.59, getting her hand on the wall 6 seconds ahead of runner-up Ashley Strouse from Scottsdale Aquatic Club (8:48.37).
Ann Arbor Pioneer put on a dominant performance at the MHSAA D1 boys state meet, tallying up 369 points to beat runner up Holland West Ottawa by 135.5 points
Binghamton scored 82 more points than they did last year, despite the addition of NJIT to America East.