Among the recent age group highlights was Mason Manta Ray Brady Campbell breaking Adam Chaney’s club record in the boys’ 11-12 50 freestyle.
Daniel Gordon, a native of East Berlin, Pennsylvania, has announced his commitment to join the University Florida Gators as a member of the class of 2022.
All eyes will be on Simone Manuel tonight as the four-time Olympic medalist has her last chance to get on the U.S. Olympic team.
On the slate tonight will be the men’s and women’s 50-meter free finals, the fastest event in the pool, and the men’s 1500 free final, the longest event.
Caeleb Dressel has a big night ahead of him in Omaha, with the 100 fly final scheduled just 41 minutes before his 50 free semi.
After winning last night’s 100 free, Cal’s Abbey Weitzeil comes into today’s 50 riding a ton of momentum.
It will be a busy session for Katie Ledecky tonight, as she’ll have both the women’s 200 free final and the 1500 free final just over an hour apart.
Along with his top three back seeds, Shaine Casas holds No. 8 seeds in the 100 fly/200 IM and No. 17 seed in the 100 free, putting up semifinals threats.
Caeleb Dressel is chasing a 20-second swim, while the second Olympic spot is up for grabs among five swimmers who have been 21 so far this year.
On the slate for the last finals session of the Altanta Classic are the women’s and men’s 200 IM, 200 back, and 100 free.
The last AM men’s prelims session will feature the 200 IM (top seed Caio Pumputis), 200 back (top seed Ryan Murphy), and 100 free (top seed Caeleb Dressel).
Catch up on selected day 2 race videos from Atlanta, featuring Trenton Julian’s 200 fly and Caeleb Dressel’s 100 free/Ryan Lochte’s 200 IM time trials.
NCAA Champions Kieran Smith (3:48.78 season best) and Jake Magahey (3:49.16 season best) will put up their morning bids for the 400 FR final here in Atlanta.
How will Rhyan White perform after her Mission Viejo breakout? Can Gretchen Walsh and unexpected NCAA champion Jake Magahey repeat their heat? Read for more.
For the second time in the same weekend, a quartet of Rose Bowl Aquatics’ 15-16-year-old boys has combined to set a NAG, this time in the 200 free relay.