12-year old Thomas Heilman has broken US National Records in the 200 yard free and 200 yard fly, both by over a second.
17-year-old Phoebe Bacon stunned the crowd by upsetting World Record-holder Regan Smith in the final of the women’s 100 back.
Cody Miller is essentially a household name (in a swimmers house) at this point, and it is starting to show when fans get a chance to interact with him
#2 seed Ryan Held has scratched out of heats of the 100 free on Day 4 at 2019 U.S. Open.
In a thrilling battle between two 17-year-olds, Phoebe Bacon went on to upset world record-holder Regan Smith to become the 3rd-fastest 17-18 performer.
Meyers, 25, took just under 12 seconds off Trischa Zorn’s decades-old 400 IM SM 12 world record on day one of the 2019 U.S. Para Swimming Nationals.
Torri Huske blasted a 57.48 to win the 100 fly from an outside lane, upsetting the favorites and notching both a U.S. Open Meet record
Teen Torri Huske upset Kelsi Dahlia in a tight 100 fly final while Phoebe Bacon upset world record-holder Regan Smith in the 100 back. Watch the races here.
Michigan sophomore Maggie MacNeil swam a 49.2 in the 100 fly on Friday evening, which ties as the fastest swim in the history of the event.
On her last day being 16 years old, Torri Huske pulled an upset and not only won the U.S. Open title in the 100 fly but broke her own 15-16 NAG.
Andrew Wilson of Athens Bulldog Swim Club broke the U.S. Open meet record in the 100 breast in prelims with 59.28.
After failing to reach the A-final in both the 400 IM and 200 free, Katie Ledecky has decided to keep the 200 free for day 3 finals in Atlanta.
World record holder Caeleb Dressel is slated to swim both the 100 fly and the 200 free during prelims of Day 3 of the 2019 US Open Championships.
Will Licon of Longhorn Aquatics edged Gator Swim Club’s Caeleb Dressel, 1:59.96 to 1:59.97, to win the hotly-contested B final.
That was a personal best for Alex Walsh by 2.23 seconds (2:11.24 prior PB) and a new National Age Group Record for 17-18 girls.