Weyant’s time would have finished fifth at US International Team Trials in April, an event she finished 12th in there.
King’s time was a best time by almost two seconds and now puts her at #38 in the 13-14 age group in the event all-time.
The 30 year old Jorge Murillo swam the event at both the 2016 Rio and 2020 Tokyo Olympics as he competed for Colombia.
Florida commit Josh Parent swam a 4:22.51 to win the men’s 400 IM. Parent has a best time of 4:20.94 from April 2022.
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Michael Mullen of the Bolles School Sharks won a Futures title in the 400 IM for the second-straight year, this time moving to 12th-place all-time in his age group.
McDuff is a rising sophomore at Florida and has now dropped almost a full two seconds in the 100 free over the last year.
Hook was third in the event at US International Team Trials as she swam a 2:08.80. Her best stands at a 2:07.87 from summer 2019.
Auburn commit for this fall Cullen won the women’s 200 free and 200 fly, swimming best times in both on day 1 of Geneva Sectionals.
Erin Gemmell, who is a member of the 2022 US team for Junior Pan Pacs, raced in last year’s Futures Championship meet in Richmond, Virginia.
The 2022 USA Swimming Futures Championships are set to take place in four separate locations, held simultaneously from July 27-30.
USA Swimming will select the swimmers that will represent it the 2022 FINA World Championships, World Junior Champs, and WUGs in April 2022 at Greensboro.
With the reveal of the 2021-2022 event schedule Thursday, USA Swimming announced the dates and locations of three upcoming National Junior Championships.
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