Previews & Recaps
Alex Shackell is the top qualifier in the 50 free on Day 5 at 2023 U.S. Summer Junior Nationals in Irvine.
Day 4 finals at Summer Juniors will feature the 200 free, 100 back, and 200 breast, where Nick Mahabir will seek to add to his 100 breast title from Day 2.
Piper Enge is top seed in the girls’ 200 breast on Day 4 at 2023 U.S. Summer Juniors, where we’ll have heats of 200 free, 100 back, and 200 breast.
Maximus Williamson dropped 3.7 seconds in the 100 fly in heats to vault into the A final on Day 3 at 2023 U.S. Summer Junior Nationals.
It’s Day 3 at U.S. Summer Junior Nationals, which means we’ve got heats of the 400 free, 100 fly, and 200 back.
14 year old Luka Mijatovic broke four 13-14 National Age Group records while in Irvine, including lowering three of his own records.
There were plenty of impressive swims from last week’s Summer Juniors in Irvine, but only one race saw multiple NAG records fall.
Luka credits his consistent time droops this whole summer to his hard training, revealing the hardest sets he can remember from this season
Henry describes his experience with Team USA at their training camp in Singapore, revealing a set of 20×50 that he did very well on.
Maximus Williamson swam a personal best time leading off Lakeside Aquatic Club’s boys 4×100 free relay that went on to set a 15-18 NAG record.
14 year old Luka Mijatovic broke his own 13-14 NAG record, winning the 800 freestyle in a 7:59.64. It was his fourth NAG record of the meet.
The Carmel Swim Club girls won the girls side of the meet and the boys were third, combining for the team high point win overall.
Despite not winning a single event, the Bolles School Sharks boys captured the team title 29.5 points over SwimMAC Carolina.
Carmel finished just 4.5 points ahead of Crow Canyon Sharks in the girls team standings. Carmel edged out Crow Canyon by a second on the final relay.
Here are Jack Spitser’s favorite images from the 2023 U.S. Pro Championships and Junior National Championships.