Two OSU Buckeyes, Hannah Bach (31.41) and Hudson McDaniel (27.72), put up quick 50 breast times to close out Geneva sectionals.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club’s Mackenzie McConagha dropped a 1:02.08 lifetime best 100 meter back to improve upon the 1:05 she swam at the U.S. Olympic Trials.
These coaches will be honored at the 2021 ASCA World Clinic Award Banquet on September 16 at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando.
Indiana Swim Club’s Brendan Burns crushed his lifetime best 200 free time from 2018 Summer Nationals by more than one second to win the event with a 1:50.14.
Destang, a Saint Lucia native out of the Bolles School Sharks, appears to be the fastest 13-year-old ever in the 50 fly.
Quicksilver Swimming’s Kailyn Winter, a class of 2025 Alabama commit, swam a lifetime best 50 free time of 25.61 in prelims and went on to win the event.
NC State rising junior Katharine Berkoff took about 1.6 seconds off her lifetime best 100 free time going into this meet from 2018 Summer Nationals.
Joswiak clocked a 16:01.68, taking a whopping 25.14 seconds off his previous best of 16:26.82, which was from May of this year.
Twins Landon and Braylo VanMetre swam matching times over the weekend at the Indiana Senior LSC State Championship Meet.
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Walsh won the maximum 6 individual events, plus two relays, and swept the 50 meter races at this year’s Southeastern Swimming LSC Championships.
Riverside Aquatics Association won the women’s meet and FAST Swim Team posted the top score in the men’s meet at CA/NV Sectionals in Fullerton.
Princeton-bound Billy Swartwout was a double gold medalist on the final night of competition at 2021 Senior Metropolitan Summer Championships.
Akron and Canadian native Sarah Watson smashed her 50 fly personal best to swim 26.98 while 16-year-old Jonathan Marshall of FAST hit 55.58 in the 100 back.
Recently aged-up Kayla Han’s previous lifetime best time of 4:17 set the 11-12 National Age Group record in May. Now she is already #47 in the 13-14 age group