Previews & Recaps
Preliminaries of the final day at YMCA Nationals wrapped up this morning, with Meghan Small and the York YMCA girls finishing off the session with two straight top seeds including a 1-2 punch in the 200 IM.
The Greensboro Aquatic Center will play host to the 3rd night of the 2014 YMCA Short Course National Championships on Thursday.
Maxwell Dolan (400 IM), Zachary Molloy (200 free) and the Middle Tyger girls (400 medley relay) all set national records on night 2 of the YMCA Short Course National Championships.
Day 2 of YMCA Nationals was again highlighted by a new national record. This time it was Countryside’s Emily Slabe in the 100 backstroke.
Courtney Weaver and Bethany Leap were two of the stars of Tuesday’s finals session in Greensboro.
Eric Knight discusses exactly how he and GAC cleaned up the air for YMCA Short Course Nationals.
Sitting second coming out of prelims, Ocean County’s Zachary Molloy exploded for a big finals swim, going 1:35.66 to break the national record. The old mark was 1:35.96 set by Nicholas Caldwell back in 2011.
It was a Wilton 1-2 in the boys 400 IM, with a pair of teammates and future Big Ten foes sweeping the top two spots. Top seed Maxwell Dolan went 3:46.81 to just eke out a win over his teammate Ian Rainey by .01.
14-year-old Courtney Harnish continues to improve, dropping 3.3 seconds from her already-lifetime-best prelims swim to win the 400 IM. The York YMCA product went 4:11.93, thanks to some big front-half swimming.
It’s day 2 of the 2014 YMCA Short Course National Championships at the Greensboro Aquatic Center in Greensboro, North Carolina,…
Courtney Weaver of Greater Flint YMCA swept the butterfly events with her meet-record-swim in the 200 fly.
The “major events unit” has been installed on the gutter of the warmup/warmdown pool in Greensboro.
With an expected 1,400 swimmers descending upon the Greensboro Aquatic Center for this weeks YMCA Short Course National Championships, meet…