Pouch was 2:11.96 last week at Nationals, which has him 3rd all-time in the 17-18 age group
Gemmell swam the 3rd fastest time ever by a 13-year-old American this morning in 2:01.50, and now moves past Sippy Woodhead (2:01.08) for 2nd behind only Tuggle (1:59.11)
Irvine Novaquatics 11-12 boys now own the 200 medley, 200 free, and 400 free relay national age group records.
Huske (above) broke the NCSA long course record that was previously held by Gia Dalesandro, who would go on to become a Big Ten Champion at Indiana.
15-year-old Anna Keating of Machine Aquatics led the women’s 200 breast final wire-to-wire to win in a time of 2:28.44
Burns was the star of spring nationals, and showed up for the final day of the summer edition on Friday with a bang.
While having a big week at Junior Nationals in Irvine, Moldovan star Alexei Sancov is looking forward to starting his freshman season as a Trojan
After becoming the third-fastest 13-year-old in U.S. history Friday morning, Gemmell moved to No. 2 Friday night.
Alexei Sancov, 100 free and 100 fly runner-up, and Jake Magahey, 400 free champ, will face off in the men’s 200 free.
Coleen Gillilan blasted out to a big lead on the opening 50 of the women’s 100 fly, turning in 27.46, and gave nothing up coming home to win in a new best time of 59.01
In addition, that time now ranks Gemmell 15th in the all-time rankings for 13-14 girls, with a full year left in the age group.
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Just like in the 100 free final last night, Andrei Minakov of the Terrapins wasted no time in establishing a big lead early in the men’s 100 fly, clocking a time of 51.88 to pick up a decisive victory
Tuggle successfully went 2-for-2 to book the win in the 400 free with a new personal best time of 4:10.11
Keep an eye out once again for 14-year-old phenom Claire Tuggle.