16-year-old Jonny Kulow threw down a time of 23.06 in the heats of the 50m freestyle, moving himself up to a tie for 16th in the all-time 15-16 age group.
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Malia Rausch, who has already pushed forward to the Wave II Trials, is the top seed in the women’s 200 IM on Monday morning.
16-year-old Mitchell Ledford established himself as one of the top 15-16 100 butterfly performers of all-time with his winning performance at Olympic Trials.
In a true display of outside smoke, ASC’s Malia Rausch, swimming in lane 8, flipped 2nd at the 50 mark before taking over the lead on the 2nd 50
Caleb Maldari swam a new lifetime best in the 200 backstroke in prelims on Sunday, which pushes him into the top 20 all-time among US 16 & unders.
Kate McCarville took the race over relatively early, and didn’t look back, managing to hold off a charging Katie Trace on the free leg
The 16-year-old came home in a blistering 31.39, dropping nearly 5 seconds to dip under 8:40 for the first time in her career
Sammon held strong with a very slight lead through the 2nd 50, extending into the finish to touch as the only 49 in the field. The swim was a personal best
Spink extended her lead heading into the finish, registering a 55.26 and making her #13 all-time among 15-16 year old girls
Mason Manta Rays’ Carl Bloebaum doubled down on his lifetime best prelims swim, tearing to a new personal mark of 1:58.90
17-year-old Carl Bloebaum and 20-year-old Colby Mefford both threw down huge swims in the 200 butterfly in order to qualify for Wave II of Olympic Trials.
16-year-old Camille Spink further established herself during the finals of the 100 freestyle, moving herself to 12th all time in the 15-16 age group.
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From June 2019 to November 2020, teens Claire Curzan and Torri Huske rocketed to the top of the women’s 100 fly US ranks, threatening veteran Kelsi Dahlia.