17 year old Richard Nichol of Memphis Tiger Swim Club took the men’s 200 fly with a 2:07.34.
Kaylyn Schoof, a 15 year old from Elmbrook Swim Club who has started to make a name for herself as a Junior swimmer in Short Course Yards, won all of her events at the meet, while most of her times were just off her best.
Sam Stewart took the mens 400 IM with a speedy 4:23.86. He was out with a 58.41 on fly, then posted a 1:09.03 back split, 1:14.26 breast, and 1:02.16 free split.
Grigory Tarasevich threw down an impressive 200 backstroke, touching in 1:59.40, which is less than 2 seconds off his personal best of 1:57.63.
12 year old Jenna Brown won the girls 11-12 100 fly with a 1:07.06, knocking over 1.5 seconds off her previous best of 1:08.69.
Mallory Comerford posted winning times of 1:59.38 and 59.87 in the 200 free and 100 fly.
Ann Ochitwa, who will be a Mizzou Senior in the Fall, went 26.65 in the women’s 50 fly, landing her in a tie for 9th in the nation this year, and 50th in the world.
Hopping’s foundation sponsored aquatic sports events in North America, South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, and Africa.
Purdue head swim coach Dan Ross dropped an unofficial announcement this morning that Purdue will be hosting an “all star meet” between the Big Ten and ACC on November 9th-11th.
The Regis Jesuit boys 200 medley relay also broke the overall CHSAA record.
Pueblo County freshman John Plutt won the 100 fly, shedding over 2 seconds off his prelims time of 52.43 to post a 50.26
The Colorado High School Athletic Association (CHSAA) Boys 4A State Championships on Saturday, May 19th ended in dramatic fashion when a disqualification due to a suit violation left Discovery Canyon, which was leading by 20 points going into the last event, finishing 2nd by 8 points.
Zoie Hartman also blasted an incredible 1:55.95 to win the 200 IM, although that time was still a ways off Ella Eastin’s meet record of 1:54.31.
Jack Moranetz (D’Evelyn) broke the 100 breast record, posting a 55.83 to come in just under the previous mark of 56.00.
Regis Jesuit senior Elijah Warren scared the CHSAA 5A state record in the 100 breast with a 54.76.