Previews & Recaps
Follow along for a live recap of finals from the final day of the 2014 US Junior National Championships in Irvine, California.
Kim Williams will look to sweep the IMs for 2014, coming in as the top 200 IM seed this morning.
2014 Junior National Championships: Haas completes his triple, Bilquist takes win #2 on Saturday night
Townley Haas won his third event of nationals, overcoming a tough Maxime Rooney for the 200 free win in 1:48.75. Meanwhile Amy Bilquist survived a scare to take her second title, and could take three for herself by tomorrow night.
Pleasanton’s Maxime Rooney came from nowhere (but not really) to take the top seed in the men’s 200 free on Saturday with a five-second drop.
Townley Haas will have some company tonight in the 200, where he’s seeded third behind Michael Domagala and breakout prelims star Maxime Rooney.
Watch above as Abbey Weitzeil breaks the American and U.S. Open Records with the fastest 100 yard freestyle in history by…
Sierra Scmidt won her third event on the week after winning the 400 and 800 freestyles earlier. On the final…
SwimMAC’s Maija Roses put together a video of her and her teammates from the 2014 US Junior National Championship in…
Stanford commit Curtis Ogren won the men’s 200 IM on Sunday at the 2014 Junior National Championships.
Curtis Ogren led the PASA boys to a new Meet Record in the 400 medley relay on Sunday night.
That time didn’t just break Manuel’s record, but established her as the fastest female ever in the 100 yard freestyle. She broke the record by a whopping 0.46 seconds as well to take almost a half-second chunk off the record.
Interactive Maps: 2014 Junior Nationals scoring by state – California clubs roll in home-state Juniors
Curtis Ogren was one of California’s big scorers at the Junior National Championships in Irvine. Check out interactive maps of state-by-state scoring here.
After a long week of racing in Irvine at the 2014 Junior National Championships, swim fans are now left debating…
Amy Bilquist and her Carmel teammates Rachel Hayden, Veronica Burchill and Claire Adams fought through some tough finals doubles (and even a triple) to break the NAG record in the 4×100 free relay.
Caeleb Dressel won the boys’ 50 free at the 2014 Junior National Championships on Sunday.