Nation’s Capital Swim Club swept the overall titles at the Richmond Futures Championships, led by Olympic Trials finalist Erin Gemmell.
On night 3 of the Richmond Futures Championships, 16-year-old Roman Jones threw down a best time of 54.25 to win the men’s 100m butterfly.
Gabriel Jett of Clovis took his 5th title of the meet by winning the 200 IM at 2:02.88, ranking No. 6 in the 17-18 age group this season and No. 55 all-time.
At Santa Clarita Futures, Kevin Houseman dropped four seconds to swim 2:15.77 in the 200 breast. Also, Mia Kragh broke a minute in the 100 fly, hitting 59.07.
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Williamson’s previous best had him 9th all-time in the 13-14 200 back rankings, and his new time puts him 8th, jumping over Michael Andrew.
Bellard entered the top-100 for the first time in the women’s 400 free, while Heck climbed nearly 30 places in the men’s 200 breast.
Parent’s 4:21.90 from Trials made him the #10 performer all-time in the 15-16 age group, and his swim from tonight keeps him there.
His personal best coming into the meet was 56.39, marking an improvement of almost 2 seconds.
Cal commit Gabriel Jett of Clovis Swim Club swam a pair of personal bests on day two of Santa Clarita Futures, nailing 50.59 100 free and 56.22 100 back.
On night 1 of the Richmond Futures meet, 17-year-old Landon Gentry posted one of the fastest 200 butterfly times in age group history with a time of 1:58.79.
The swim makes Williamson the 4th-fastest 13-14 swimmer all-time in the event, sitting not too far off Michael Phelps’ NAG of 4:24.77.
Welch topped the US Junior National team member in the 100 free to kick off day two of the Futures meet in Huntsville, Alabama.
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