Three men, Nick Silverthorn, Steven Stumph, and Charlie Wiser, put on a show for the ages in Concord, California on Saturday. (Photo: Robert Ashby)
NCS 100 breaststroke record breakers: Charlie Wiser, Steven Stumph and Nick Silverthorn.
Steven Stumph (blue cap), Nick Silverthorn (black cap), and Charlie Wiser (red cap) roared to three under the old National Record in the 100 yard breaststroke. (Photo: Robert Ashby. Video: Fred Stumph)
The boys of Regis Jesuit added a state title of their own to give the school a clean-sweep of this year’s Colorado crowns.
Charlie Wiser, Steven Stumph, and Nick Silverthorn put on the greatest show ever in high school breaststroking, if not high school swimming period. (Photo Courtesy:: Robert Ashby).
Campolindo senior Steven Stumph was one of three swimmers under the old national high school record in the boys 100 breast.
Stephen Stumph tied one National Record and broke one NCS Record in prelims of the North Coast Sectionals.
When Texas coach Eddie Reese went out looking for his recruiting class of 2013, he had a pretty clear focus…
Stephen Stumph of Campolindo High School tied Brendan Hansen’s 100 yard breaststroke National Public High School Record in prelims of the North Coast Section Championships. (File Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Among the major changes coming to the high school rule books includes the allowance of track start blocks, and a change to the underwater pullout rules. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Stephen Stumph is part of what Dean Ottati believes is one of the best senior classes in North Coast Section history. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Carondelet’s Chelsea Chenault, above, is just one of the many stars that populate California’s East Bay League. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
It’s the beginning of May, and the smell of S.A.M.M.S. swim meet results are in the air. To save you…
The boys from Capistrano Valley celebrate their boys’ Division 1 California Southern Section Championship. (Photo: Victoria Lepesant)
Jan Sakonju from Crescenta Valley talks before the Division 2 Championship about building up the new swimmers, and getting lucky with some superstars. (Photo: Anne Lepesant)