On Friday night, the Schechtnady Sharks’ Kathryn Rowe won her second race of Buffalo Sectionals, touching out Auburn Tiger Kristen Murslack for the win. But Saturday, Murslack got revenge, taking the 200 fly over Rowe in what was nearly a lifetime-best.
After a couple of close calls early in the meet, 12-year-old Destin Lasco broke through with a National Age Group record 4:51.03 in the 400 IM on Saturday night of the Middle Atlantic Junior Olympics.
In two weeks, Andrew Seliskar will swim at the U.S. National Championships for NCAP. In another couple of months he will be…
These are our local community pools, country clubs, YMCA’s and learn-to-swim programs, all of which laid the groundwork for some of the greatest athletes of all time. As competitive swimmers who have “moved on” to bigger things, we should always respect the roles of these organizations.
The action continued in Texas at the Shenandoah Sectional Championships with the 100 backstroke, 400 freestyle, 100 breaststoke, and the…
Day two of the Buffalo Speedo Sectional featured the 200 freestyle, the 100 meter butterfly, and the women’s 400 IM….
The Washington Township 13-14 boys are the second team to take down the record in just over a week.
Ethan Dang of King Aquatic Club has been dropping time in the 200 breaststroke like it’s a game over the…
Ashley Sutherland joined the KING medley relay, and they broke another NAG Record.
Amy Bilqiust of Carmel Swim Club, pictured above, will be the top seed in three of her four events at the 2014 Junior National Championships from July 30th to August 3rd in Irvine, California.
13-year-old Emily Weiss went 1:11.19 to win the 100 breaststroke, putting up the fastest time for a 13-year-old girl that we could find in USA Swimming’s database.
Katryn Rowe kicked of the 2014 Buffalo Speedo Sectional at the Flickinger Aquatic Center in New York with the first…
Ethan Dang lowered his own record in the boys 11-12 200 breast by 1.13 seconds.
Josh Schneider nearly snuck under 22 seconds in winning the 50 free this week at the Oxford Sectionals.
Thursday night’s action at the Speedo Sectional in Shenandoah, Texas was brief, with just four individual events and two relay races among the slated events. Rising Kansas junior Chelsie Miller grabbed the headlines, winning the women’s 400 IM in runaway fashion.