16-year-old Anthony Grimm tore up the sprints again at the 2019 NCSA Spring meet, popping a 20.73 in his 50 fly. Meanwhile, Levenia Sim made girls 11-12 history in the same event as well.
David Fitch broke Reed Dalton’s four year old 100 fly record of 46.97, winning the event in a time of 46.92.
The night session belonged to the Cal women. However the day belonged to Stanford.
The work she’s done on breaststroke really paid off, as she continued to pull ahead of Stanford’s 2018 champion Ella Eastin through the back half.
Day 3 of the NCSA Junior National meet will have the finals of the 200 free, 50 breast, 400 IM, 50 fly, and the 400 free relay.
Three years after setting the American record during her redshirt season, Weitzeil finally broke the NCAA record and rebroke her own American mark.
16-year-old Dune Coetzee was on a roll again on day 2 of the 2019 South African National Junior Age Group Swimming Championships.
Bacon, a junior, improved 19.70 points over her score last year (343.50) to defend her title.
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The relay tore past the rest of field on the back half of the race, thanks to an insane 41.36 on the back 100 between Amy Bilquist and Abbey Weitzeil.
Haughey was DQed for allegedly taking multiple dolphin kicks during her second underwater pull.
Denison, Kenyon and Emory continue to battle for the top three spots on night two of the NCAA DIII Championships
Emory senior Fiona Muir looks to pick up her second individual title after winning the 50 free last night, as she is seeded first going into finals in the 200 free.
Day 2 ups/downs in the men’s meet at 2019 NCAA Division III Championships.
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