Caeleb Dressel is the top seed in all sorts of races this weekend, where he’ll make another charge at the NAG record book.
Imagine Swimming, the premier swim school of New York City, has been creative and proactive in the swimming community. In addition to teaching children the lifesaving skill to swim, they were the first to step up and support Anthony Ervin on his path to the London Olympics, and now they’re hosting the annual Imagine Invite swim meet.
The Tualatin Hills Swim Club has changed the name of its 15-year old SCM international meet.
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Laura Sogar was all business in the 200 breast, taking home the title in 2:08.01. Arizona’s Emma Schoettmer did her best to steal the race, closing on Sogar hard over the final 100, but was forced to settle for second in 2:08.44.
Former Texas star Michael McBroom dominated the men’s mile, going 14:31.73, a lifetime-best for the former NCAA champ.
The 800 free relay of the Nation’s Capital Swim Club has broken the National Age Group Record in the 15-18 800 yard free relay.
Katie Ledecky and Missy Franklin give the Americans a long future of dominant 800 free relays internationally.
Janet Hu, as part of the NCAP 400 medley relay, got her third National Age Group Record of the day at Winter Nationals.
NCAP’s Janet Hu has broken a tie for the NAG Record in the girls’ 17-18 50 yard freestyle.
The wildly-decorated Natalie Coughlin swam the second-best time of her career in the 50 free on Thursday morning.
Dec 7th Imagine Swimming will be hosting the annual Imagine Invite swim meet. This is a one-day age group swim meet. Between sessions, we will have a Showcase 50 Freestyle, featuring Olympian Anthony Ervin.
Janet Hu of NCAP has her second National Age Group Record of just the first session in Knoxville.
NCAP’s Janet Hu got her team off to a great start as they roared to a new National Age Group Record on Thursday in Knoxville.