Parent’s 4:21.90 from Trials made him the #10 performer all-time in the 15-16 age group, and his swim from tonight keeps him there.
His personal best coming into the meet was 56.39, marking an improvement of almost 2 seconds.
Cal commit Gabriel Jett of Clovis Swim Club swam a pair of personal bests on day two of Santa Clarita Futures, nailing 50.59 100 free and 56.22 100 back.
Lakeside Swim Team dominated the Kentucky Long Course State Championships, winning the combined team title by over 4000 points.
On night 1 of the Richmond Futures meet, 17-year-old Landon Gentry posted one of the fastest 200 butterfly times in age group history with a time of 1:58.79.
The swim makes Williamson the 4th-fastest 13-14 swimmer all-time in the event, sitting not too far off Michael Phelps’ NAG of 4:24.77.
Welch topped the US Junior National team member in the 100 free to kick off day two of the Futures meet in Huntsville, Alabama.
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