Yorktown High School senior Torri Huske just edged out her own national public high school record in the 100 fly today at the VHSL Northern Region Champs.
Bethel broke Gunnar Bentz’s 200 IM state record by a hundredth, and later torched Liam Bell’s 100 breast state record.
Tilt went head-to-head with Cambridge sophomore Sophie Brison in the 200 IM, winning in a new best time of 2:00.27. She also won the 100 fly in 54.81.
A group of Olympians & women’s sports advocates are calling for the inclusion of trans athletes, balanced with fair opportunities within women’s sports.
The VHSL Occoquan Regionals turned into a close team race on the boys’ side, with Robinson just edging Woodson, while the Woodson girls ran away with the win.
Beamon dropped a half-second from his old best, breaking 20 for the first time and coming .30 off of Paul Powers’ state record.
Westminster combined for a 1:40.65 in the 200 medley. They won by more than ten full seconds, shattering the old Georgia HS state record of 1:43.70.
TJ Pittenger, a Northgate senior, claimed the sprint double with wins in the 50 free and 100 free. He was 20.46 in the 50 and 45.59 in the 100, both bests.
McFaddin, who will attend Pitt this fall, broke 24 for the first time in the 50 free (23.31), while she dropped just over a second in the fly (54.65).
Torri Huske (above) won both of her individual races at the Liberty District meet, while Grimm won a pair in the Concorde District.
The Pennsylvania High School Swimming & Diving State Championship meet will be split across 3 days, with diving competition held the week before swimming.
On Thursday night, coach Kip Emig of the Hatboro-Horsham High School swim team in Pennsylvania celebrated his 300th victory as a head coach.
North Carolina’s 2nd-biggest school district is allowing swim teams to participate in postseason competition after the Health Department approved the resumption of after-school activities.
Pennsylvania has confirmed dates and a new host site for its high school state swimming & diving championships after last year’s meet was truncated.
The statewide stay-at-home order was lifted on January 25th, allowing 2 of USA Swimming’s largest LSC’s to resume competitions between 2 or more teams.