Swimmers from 16 different countries will travel to Budapest, Hungary for the 12th ISF World Schools Championship.
Mainland Regional High School boys finish the meet with six out of 11 races won.
Half Hollow Hills were the top-scoring public school team and placed 3rd overall.
Amazing Minnetonka Boys and National Record Holders share what it is like to break a National Record, State Records, and…
Interviews of many swimmers from Minnesota Boys State Meet. Breck/Blake wins the Minnesota A High School Boys State Meet team…
Orono broke a Minnesota Class A state record in the opening event, but it was Breck/Blake that ran away with the state title Saturday.
9 state records and a national high school record dropped in a historic season for Minnesota high school boys swimming. Minnetonka accounted for 4 of those state records and the national records in winning their first state title since 2011.
The Minnetonka High School boys have broken the National Public High School Record in the 200 yard medley relay, swimming…
Amid a headline-grabbing national high school record, the boys of the Peddie School and the girls of the Episcopal Academy won the 2017 Easterns meet. It’s the third straight win for Peddie, while the Episcopal girls avenge a 4-point loss from a year ago.
Meghan Small, who was our #1 recruit last year, is seeded 4th in the 200 IM.
Bentonville High School won their 18th boys’ and 19th Girls Arkansas High School Titles in an AHSAA Championship that saw six State Records fall.
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Get a behind-the-scenes interview with Reese Whitley during the 2017 Eastern Championships–the recent competition where Whitley set the new National High School Record in the 100 breast at 51.84–brought to you by the Phillips Academy boy’s swimming and diving team.
Sacred Heart Academy’s Brooke Forde smashed a pair of State Records during finals at the 2017 Kentucky Girls High School State Championships.
Kibler first set the record with a gold-winning 43.20 in the individual race. Then, he led off the 400 free relay in 43.02 to lower the mark even further.