PASA’s Curtis Ogren wins the 200 IM in a new meet record time of 1:45.08, smashing Ryan Murphy’s time from a year ago.
Video is courtesy of USA Swimming. Boys’ 500 Yard Free – FINALS – 2013 US Winter Jr Nationals – as…
Abby Weitzeil took home the 50 free title after flirting with the 22-second barrier in prelims.
Video is courtesy of USA Swimming: Girls’ 500 Yard Free – FINALS – 2013 US Winter Junior Nationals – as reported…
SOCAL Aquatics’ Ella Eastin won the girls’ 200 yard IM in 1:56.02 – breaking the Meet Record of 1:56.53 set by Kathleen Baker last year.
Remember when we were all blown away by a 19.36 from a 17-year old? Caeleb Dressel has now bettered that time on four separate occasions.
The Danish women celebrate above after breaking the World Record in the 200 SCM freestyle relay.
Lest a broken Michael Phelps NAG Record somehow get overshadowed in this amazing session by that 18.94, the headline for the photo fishbowl goes to Townley Haas.
Former World Juniors teammate Paul Powers and Caeleb Dressel went 1-2 in the boys’ 50 free.
Dressel’s 18.94 in the 50 free is mind-numbing. But is it the greatest yards swim by a high school boy in the past decade?
Swimming Australia CEO Mark Anderson: “We have a vision of wanting to be the best in the world by 2020 and the establishment of high quality daily training environments is pivotal to achieving this objective.”
Townley Haas has broken Michael Phelps’ National Age Group Record in the 500 yard free.
Amherst’s women’s team beat Middlebury handily in the dual meet on Saturday, December 7th. The final score was 183-111, with Amherst swimming exhibition to close out the meet.
Ryan Hoffer shaved another hundredth off his NAG record in the 50 free, going 19.54. That’s three tenths faster than superstar Caeleb Dressel was in the 15-16 age bracket.
National Age Group Records are falling by the wayside already at the 2013 Winter Junior National Championships