Gormley dropped over four seconds Saturday night and now sits behind only Madelyn Donohoe and Regan Smith in the ranks of 16-year-old women nation-wide.
Terrapin Swim Club’s Andrei Minakov, 16, came within two tenths of his 100 fly 15-16 national age group record Saturday.
Icimsoy, an Arizona State commit, has dropped huge chunks of time in each of his events so far this weekend.
Cameron Tysoe (Wisconsin Aquatics) took the men’s 200 back in record fashion, posting a 1:59.97 to break 2:00 for the first time in his career.
Former Yale sprint star Aaron Greenberg posted a lifetime best to take the men’s 50 free. Greenberg swam a 22.61, knocking .02 seconds off his previous personal best of 22.63, which he swam at the Indianapolis Pro Swim Series back in May.
Max Miranda (Unattached) took the men’s 200 fly with a 2:02.63. Miranda’s time was off his personal best of 1:59.40, which he swam back in 2015.
Andrew Jordan, 14, won the boys 13-14 200 free, posting a 1:58.82.
Cameron Tysoe (Wisconsin Aquatics) swam a speedy 1:50.64 to win the men’s 200 free.
Ryan Vandermeulen had a pair of impressive swims on day 2 of Cleveland Sectionals.
Griffin Eiber of Indiana Swim Team posted a 50.52 to win the men’s 100 free, marking a .72 second drop from his personal best.
Kristin Cornish, a 14 year old out of Westchester Aquatic Club, dropped a massive best time to win the women’s 800 free.
The old record had stood since 2001, when Jenny Forster was .01 seconds slower in Ohio. (Hayes, top of podium)
The Buffalo Area Aquatic Club (BAAC) announced that Mike Cutler will be joining the club as the new head coach on August 12th. Cutler brings over 25 years of coaching experience to the club.
Kenisha Liu (Brea Aquatics) has won 4 events through 2 days of competition.
Thomas Bretzmann (North Carolina Aquatic Club) took the men’s 800 with an 8:14.50.