The Christianburg Sectionals concluded on Sunday, with Nation’s Capital sweeping the team awards.
Ross Dant of Hickory defended his 1000 free title from 2018 and broke the YMCA meet record by over 5 seconds in the process on the first day of the championships.
Dare Rose and Mariah Denigan set sectional meet records on the closing day of the Indy sectional meet, both in the distance events.
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The third day of the Indy Sectional meet, national team members Devon Nowicki and Kaersten Meitz graced the top of the podium in the finals session.
Bray is the 2nd-fastest American ever in the women’s 200 long course meter butterfly.
Vance took a tenth off of his old best time and won the race by a considerable margin.
Amidst the record-breaking frenzy at NCSA AG Champs, 12-year-old Thomas Heilman swam two top-10 times on the all-time 11-12 rankings.
The FISH topped both the men’s and women’s team standings at the conclusion of the 2019 Speedo Sectionals at Buffalo, rightfully earning the title of combined team champions.
Only Simone Manuel and Abbey Weitzeil have been faster than Douglass in the 17-18 age group.
Forst is now the 4th-fastest high school-aged 200 butterflier in the country this season.
The 15-year old Matteson is primarily a breaststroker; but in his first individual final of the meet, he won the 200 fly in a new lifetime best.
17-year-old Preston Forst (Enfinity Aquatic Club) was the night’s sole double event winner, taking home gold in the men’s 100 fly and 500 free.
14-year-olds Erin Gemmell (200 FR) and William Hayon (100 FL) cracked the top 10 times in the 13-14 age group on day 3 of the NCSA AG Champs. 14 meet records were also broken along the way.
Madelyn Donohoe picked up two wins to match her win in the mile on day 1.