Josh Zuchowski dropped 2-seconds off of his best 200 back as Flood Aquatics continued its impressive intrasquad through Day 5 of the meet.
The 200m free silver medalist at last year’s FINA World Aquatic Championships, Katsuhiro Matsumoto, is in action this weekend at the Chiba Prefectural Meet.
After her triple National Age Group Record effort last month, Claire Curzan was back in racing on Friday night in a dual meet against the Marlins of Raleigh.
19.99 would have been the 3rd fastest time on USC’s roster last year, seemingly setting Syrkin up to compete on the Trojans’ 200 free relay.
Sipowski swam a 20.76 as part of another flood of best times for Flood Aquatics swimmers on day 4 of their unsanctioned intrasquad meet.
The time is Foster’s 2nd fastest of the year, coming in behind the 1:47.74 he swam in January, which currently ranks him as the #4 American this year.
The various regional championships continue across Italy, with a yet another notable swim emerging, this time out of Calabria yesterday.
Flood Aquatics continued its impressive meet on day three of their five-day intrasquad meet, held at the King’s Academy Aquatic Center.
Olympic champion in the women’ s200 fly, Mireia Belmonte of Spain, is among those elite heading to Portugal August 14th-16th.
Multi-sport athlete Erin Palmer earned her first Junior Nationals qualifying time as Aquastorm Swim Team held it’s first competition of summer.
In addition to Hungarians, Austria, Czech Republic and Poland were represented at one of the first international meets to run in months.
Rising high school senior Noah Halpern hit a pair of career-best sprint free times at the Berkeley Prep Saturday Morning Races.
Former Michigan Wolverine Felix Auboeck put up a fight in the 200m free, clocking the 2nd fastest time of his career in Graz.
Freestyle dominator Danas Rapsys is set to race next week in his home nation of Lithuania, set to get wet in the short course 200m free.
Key elite Dutch swimmers will get some racing underway next week in the eastern city of Hengelo, including record-holder Arno Kamminga.