At the 2017 Rose Bowl Aquatics Long Course Meet last weekend, 12-year-old phenom Ronald Dalmacio scorched all 3 of the long course 11-12 backstroke National Age Group Records
McGill, a 2012 Olympic gold medalist, was one of the top American butterfliers on the international stage from 2009-2012.
In the 50 free, Dalmacio moved up to #2 all time in the 11-12 age group, surpassing Rafael Gu (25.31), after setting a personal best 25.24.
Alabama’s Connor Oslin was one of a trio of swimmers to win the Most Outstanding Swimmer Award at the Crimson Tide’s annual banquet.
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Kathleen Baker took home the 2016-2017 Cal Women’s MVP Award.
USA Swimming has named Mike Unger its interim Executive Director to replace the recently-deceased Chuck Wielgus.
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Chase Kalisz had an outstanding meet in Mesa, scoring lifetime bests in both the 200 fly and 200 IM.
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Korean freestyle specialist Park Tae Hwan is set to compete at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Atlanta next month, using the competition as his World Championships qualifying meet.
At 12 years of age, Dalmacio became the youngest swimmer to ever break 1:00 in the long course 100 meter back, taking down the 11-12 National Age Group Record with a blistering 59.98.
The 2017 Winter Junior Championships – East and Winter Junior Championships – West are set to be hosted by Iowa City, Iowa and Knoxville, Tennessee, respectively, in December 2017.
When I met Cameron, Tanner, and Kyle, I knew I had found the kids that had a shared level of swim geek with me