Freya Rayner won the women’s 50 free on day 1 of Cleveland Sectionals.
Remember how Club Wolverine’s top group has over 50 swimmers? Obviously we had to see what a practice with that group was like
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The North Carolina Swimming Age Group Championships were held this past weekend, seeing a total of 13 state records come down. TAC Titans won the combined meet, boys meet, and girls meet, and additionally was responsible for 7 of the 13 broken records.
Read all about the MP Weekly Age Group Wonders for the weekend of July 13-15, 2018.
6-time Olympic medalist Brendan Hansen put a swimmer on both the U.S. World Championship and U.S. World Junior Championship teams in 2017.
If Steve West was going to get up at 4:15 to drive his daughter, Summer, to practice, he figured he might as well join her.
Club Wolverine, once known for housing Olympic legends such as Michael Phelps and Peter Vanderkaay, is now the home to a different sort of elite training group
Ethan DeGalicia of Hawaii Swim Club broke 2 10&U boys records, coming in the 50 free and 100 free.
Apostalon, a 9-time NCAA All-American and the queen of swim-offs, qualified for the Czech Republic team to the European Championships this past weekend in Prague.
Ella Bathurst (Greater Tampa Swim Association) swam to victory in the girls 100 free, 200 free, 100 breast, and 200 IM.
Natalie Mannion (left) with coach Chris Sheppard (right)
14-year-old Carly Sebring (Nation’s Capital) won the women’s 50 free with a 26.62, touching out teammate Erin Gemmell, 13, who finished in 26.74.
15-year-old Andrew Dai (Wheaton Swim Club) took the men’s 200 fly with a new best time of 2:05.22, shedding .4 seconds off his previous best.
“I sat down and had a really hard conversation with myself and some really close people and said, ‘should I come back?’ And deep down, my heart told me ‘yes.'”