After the relative chaos of the first two days, the popular picks to win came through for the second day in a row.
Regan Smith finished 3rd in the 100 back and took out her own World Junior and 15-16 National Age Group Records in the process.
Defending national champion Zane Grothe leads 5 qualifiers with sub-3:50s in the final of the men’s 400 free.
Regan Smith and Olympic medalist Kathleen Baker will go up against a stacked 100 back field after tying for the 200 back win.
Though the speak english with their Georgia teammates, the Litherland triplets speak almost exclusively in Japanese to their parents
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Bethany Galat of Aggie Swim Club, who finished 2nd in the 200 breast on Thursday, scratched the 100 breast final.
Forde, who led the race until the final stretch, also put up a big best in 4:35.09. That’s a best by 4 seconds and ranks her #5 in the world
Without even swimming a best time, Regan Smith has broken the World Junior Record in the 100 backstroke.
A pair of swim-offs are set up for the men’s and women’s 100 breaststrokes on day 4 of U.S. Nationals.
17-year-old Emily Weiss has been reinstated to the women’s 100 breast final after originally being disqualified for multiple dolphin kicks off the start.
A slew of swimmers have been DQed for “multiple dolphin kicks” off the wall in the 100 breast.
Cal’s Sean Grieshop had a breakthrough swim. He hadn’t swum a best time since setting the World Junior Record at 4:14.00 at 2016 Trials
Penn State’s Ally McHugh had arguably the swim of her life tonight