Luke Hobson swam a personal best to win the 200 free, dropping 3 seconds to finish in a time of 1:49.44, ranking him 30th all time in the 17-18 age group.
Indian River swimming Rivera added to his 200 and 400 IM victories earlier on in the meet by swimming to a 50.21 on day 3.
Sierra became the fastest woman in Uruguayan history, improving upon Erika Graf’s previous mark of 1:14.21 from November 1994.
With the swim, Kawęcki has cleared the FINA A standard and will likely become the newest addition to Poland’s 2021 Olympic squad.
Evan Petty of the Nashville Aquatic Club earned his first Olympic Trials cut this past weekend as he swam 55.76 in the 100 back.
The first day of the meet featured event wins from Claire Tuggle and Matthew Chai, as well as a big-time drop from 12-year old Kayla Han.
Wojciech Wojdak and Aleksandra Polańska will have a shot tonight at defending their 2019 titles but will each be faced by a tough field.
During the prelims session of the Richmond site Spring Cup, there was a handful of Olympic Trials cuts achieved.
Competing on day 1 of the Chinese Olympic Trials, Zhang Yufei made a statement in the women’s 100 fly heats, hitting 55.96.
The International Swimming League says it has more than 500 swimmers registered for its draft pool, including three of the top five 2020 individual scorers.
Dutch ace Arno Kamminga just lowered his own national record in the 100 breaststroke, putting his would-be Olympic rivals on notice.
Finishing 2nd in the 800 was Westchester Aquatic Club 14-year-old Claire Weinstein, who swam an 8:41.44.
Cox swam an 8:42.59, getting her hand on the wall 6 seconds ahead of runner-up Ashley Strouse from Scottsdale Aquatic Club (8:48.37).
Jorge Iga managed to lower the Mexican national record in the 50 fly while Josue Dominguez was busy setting a new Dominic Republic in the 50 breast.
Morgan posted a season-best to take gold in the women’s 800 freestyle to give Pipeline Swimming their first win of the meet.