For 17-year-old boys, Fan now ranks #4 all-time, behind only Michael Andrew, Reece Whitley, and Carsten Vissering.
Racing in the 100 back, O’Dell went down to the wire with Elmbrook Swim Club 15-year-old Maggie Wanezek, ultimately finishing 2nd in 1:00.88.
Han’s time marked a lifetime best by 2 seconds, dipping under her previous best of 4:16.58, which was swum 3 weeks ago.
We’re set for an exciting battle in the men’s 400 free between Lakeridge Swim Team’s Luke Hobson and Rosebowl Aquatics’ Trenton Julian.
The swim makes 17-year-old Weber the #11 performer all-time in the 17-18 girls age group.
The biggest difference-maker in Wanezek improving upon her previous best time from May was her 2nd 50.
After putting up a lifetime best in the 100 free (49.36), SwimMAC’s Tim Connery hit 1:47.96 in the 200 free, ranking No. 11 all-time in 17-18 history.
The swim breaks the 15-18 boys National Age Group Record (NAG), which was held by the Mason Manta Rays.
Tonight will be the D, C, B, A finals of the women’s and men’s 400 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and the timed finals of the men’s 800 free relay.
Weinstein’s time of 4:11.11, chipped 0.79 seconds off her previous best of 4:11.90, which she swam just 3 weeks ago.
Brooke Forde (pictured) and Nick Albiero were named the 2020-21 Women’s and Men’s Division I Academic All-Americans of the Year by CoSIDA.
Since winning an Olympic silver medal in the 1500 freestyle, American Erica Sullivan has experienced rising popularity outside of the swimming community.
The 2016 U.S. Open was held right before the Rio 2016 Olympics for swimmers that *just* missed the team. Some standout names from that meet are now Olympians.
O’Dell has already cracked the all-time 13-14 girls top 10 in 3 other events this week.
The women’s 100 breast will give us our first sighting of USC’s Kaitlyn Dobler, who is the top seed in 1:06.29.