2017 SPEEDO JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS August 8 – 12, 2017 East Meadow, NY (Long Island) Meet Central Meet info Psych…
Carson Foster made the top 8 in five different events.
One of the most exciting races last night came from the boys 200 breast A final, where King Aquatic Club’s Daniel Roy posted a 2:11.25 to win the 200 breast, breaking the meet record and nearly going faster than Kevin Cordes’ 17-18 NAG record.
Two University of Iowa swimmers found out the hard way just how seriously the NCAA takes its policy regarding college athletes using their own names, photos or athletic links to promote their own business.
Connery was 2:07.39 in prelims, which put the 14-year-old a a tie for 5th in the age group rankings. Tonight, he moves up to #2 behind only Michael Andrew.
Sancov will race the 200 IM A final, where he is set to take lane 3.
16-year-old Anya Goeders is the top seed in the girls 50 free, with heats of the boys and girls 200 IM set to open the morning, followed by heats of the boys and girls 50 free.
Watch Dakota Luther break the meet record in the 100 fly, as well as the other championship final races, from Day 3 of Speedo Junior Nationals.
King Aquatic Club’s Daniel Roy looks primed to put up a big time in tonight’s 200 breast final.
Only three swimmers and one relay team have scratched out of Friday night’s finals of U.S. Junior Nationals.
Lucie Nordmann (pictured above) is the top seed in the 100 backstroke this morning.
14-year old Dare Rose from Scarlet Aquatics very nearly broke a National Age Group Record in prelims on Friday at the…
The Stanford women have added the next major piece to their dynasty. Canadian Olympian Taylor Ruck has committed to the Cardinal,…
Watch Jake Foster and the rest of the junior national champions from Day 2 at 2017 Speedo Junior National Championships.
17-year-old Alexander Zettle of Lakeside Aquatic Club won the 400 free on Thursday with a new Junior National meet record of 3:51.44.