Although pools may remain open, some teams in California have been forced to shut down again under the state’s new stay at home order due to COVID-19.
16-year-old Zoe Skirboll of Racer X Aquatics added a third U.S. Olympic Trials cut this week, going 56.28 in the 100-meter freestyle.
The sisters charged up the historical age group rankings with some standout swims at the 2020 SE Holiday Classic in Nashville.
Caleb Maldari dropped a personal best in the 100 backstroke at the NE USA 18& Under Champs, posting one of the top times in the country.
Sierra Marlins Swim Team posted numerous best times despite having to postpone and replan the meet due to California’s wildfires and rising COVID-19 rates.
The qualifying period is halfway through, and Arlington Aquatic Club’s Torri Huske leads four events in USA Swimming’s current Winter Juniors result ranks.
Heilman’s 48.04 100 yard fly makes him the 3rd fastest all-time 13-14 year-old and ranks him 12th so far in the 18 & Under Winter Championships.
Cavalier Aquatics teammates Thomas Heilman and Grey Davis both have four swims ranked in the top-25, while Levenia Sim is fourth overall in the 100 back.
At the Graham Aquatic Center (above), Emily Way’s 22.73 anchor leg on York’s 200 free relay would have rivaled the top NCAA DI relays swam last weekend.
Gretchen Walsh hit career-bests in the 100 fly, 100 back, and 50 free. The 21.41 free swim moves her to #2 all-time among U.S. 17-18s
16-year-old Aubree Brouwer smashed three-and-a-half seconds off her lifetime-best in the 200 breast to move into the top 20 in USA Swimming age group history.
Acosta, a 2016 Olympian representing El Salvador, won the men’s 1650 freestyle in 15:18.35 to demolish the previous pool record of 15:51.48.
Sequeira, a Stanford commit, set a 200 fly lifetime best in 1:49.34 and neared PBs in five other events over the three-day meet.
Aubree Brouwer picked up her second win of the meet in the 100 breast, posting a PB of 1:00.68 to land at #32 all-time for 15-16 girls in the event.
Both boys hit lifetime bests, as Nelson entered the meet with a best of 1:47.17, and Hoover 1:47.00.