Day 2 of the NCSA Spring Junior Championships will feature finals in the 200 back, women’s 100 free, men’s 500 free, 100 breast, 200 fly, and top 2 seeded heats of the 200 medley relay.
The showdown of the second day of NCSA Spring Juniors will be the women’s 200 fly, with the top 3 seeds all scratching their second events.
On the final day of the Federal Way sectionals meet, two meet records were taken down while 14-year-old Lucerne Bell earned her 4th top-10 time on the all-time 13-14 rankings.
Boys’ high school swim season is over and done within the state of Michigan, which means the 2019 Dream Team can be revealed.
The North Penn girls won their second straight PIAA Class 3A State Championship; meanwhile, the North Allegheny won their third straight amidst a record-breaking boys meet.
The Villa Maria (Erie) girls won their first state title at the Pennsylvania 2A State Championships, while Cathedral Prep dominated the boys meet.
Caspar Corbeau of Tualatin Hills broke his own 2018 100 breast meet record with a 52.91 at Federal Way on Saturday, cracking the top 25 all-time rankings in the 17-18 rankings.
Matheny is just a sophomore but has already broken the Pennsylvania High School State Record in the 100 breaststroke.
The Greenwich High School Cardinals won their seventh straight CIAC Open State Championship team title – and won the meet by over 100 points.
Fraser’s Alexander Capizzo took the 200 IM and the 500 free.
Maas, an Alabama recruit, led off the relay in 22.25, far outsplitting the other backstrokers in the field.
The biggest story coming out of this meet was Spring Lake senior and U of Michigan recruit Cam Peele becoming the first swimmer in MHSAA history to break 20 seconds in the 50 free.
SwimSwam sat down with the two sisters to get a sense of how their relationship affects their performances in the pool.
Potential changes include the handling of exhibition swimmers, official-swimmer interactions, verification of pool length, and a new dive.
On the third day of the Cary Sectionals, 4 meet records and 1 NAG were broken. Among them was Regan Smith’s 49.74 100 back, which is the 3rd fastest time ever in the event.