15-year-old Reece Whitley of Penn Charter Aquatic Club came within 5/100 of the meet record in the 200 breast during prelims of Day 4 of U.S. Speedo Junior Nationals.
USA Swimming’s first summer “Futures Championships” continued on Saturday in Greensboro, Mt. Hood, and West Lafayette. Several swimmers earned new Olympic Trials cuts in tonight’s finals.
Michael Andrew blasted away with the Junior National title in the 100 fly, also breaking the first NAG record of the meet.
Michael Andrew made the first foray into the National Age Group (NAG) record book at this year’s Junior National Championships, going 52.57 to break the 15-16 NAG in the 100 fly.
Westchester Aquatic Club’s Kate Douglass is the latest 13-year-old to join the ranks of 2016 Olympic Trials qualifiers after swimming a 25.80 in the 50 free in San Antonio.
Ella Eastin looks for her third win in three days on Saturday night.
Michael Andrew split 24.50/28.36 on the way to a 52.86 that clipped Justin Lynch’s Junior National meet record of 52.91.
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Three athletes can breathe easy this week after securing their spot on the 2016 Olympic team by finishing in the top 10 of the Open Water 10k at the 2015 FINA World Championships.
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McCann has her sights set on the FINA World Junior Swimming Championships. Markus Thormeyer, who made his Pan Am Games debut last month, swam a 49.42 anchor leg in the men’s 4×100 free relay.
Maxime Rooney blasted a 49.35 to win the Junior National title in the 100 free on day 2.
In the men’s 100 breast prelims, Liam Bell dropped his time to within striking range of Reece Whitley’s 13-14 NAG record.