John Casillas, who coached the teen while he was the head coach at Desert Aquatics, was arrested and charged with child abduction last week.
Davis also hit lifetime bests in the 100 free and 100 breast as Carmel raced 100s of each stroke this weekend.
Flood Aquatics wrapped up their week-long intrasquad meet with the 6th day of competition, consisting mainly of athletes swimming duals in their off events.
The 16-year-old clocked a 49.73 to knock off her 50.03 previous best and re-break the 15-16 NAG record. She’s now the #5 performer in history.
Josh Zuchowski dropped 2-seconds off of his best 200 back as Flood Aquatics continued its impressive intrasquad through Day 5 of the meet.
After her triple National Age Group Record effort last month, Claire Curzan was back in racing on Friday night in a dual meet against the Marlins of Raleigh.
Yeadon raced two events, the 200 free and 500 free, on Thursday morning, winning both. He hadn’t raced since February until yesterday.
19.99 would have been the 3rd fastest time on USC’s roster last year, seemingly setting Syrkin up to compete on the Trojans’ 200 free relay.
After breaking a trio of National Age Group Records in her first meet post-quarantine, Claire Curzan will race again this weekend as TAC takes on MOR.
Sipowski swam a 20.76 as part of another flood of best times for Flood Aquatics swimmers on day 4 of their unsanctioned intrasquad meet.
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