Weyant’s time would have finished fifth at US International Team Trials in April, an event she finished 12th in there.
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.
2021 Olympian Katie Grimes leads a recruiting class that could really transform the NCAA relay landscape with its sprint freestyle depth.
Texas A&M commit Baylor Nelson highlights the 2022 Mel Zajac Jr. Invitational roster, and he will be swimming the 100/200 free, 200/400 IM, and 200 back.
In prelims, Metroplex Aquatics 18-year-old Zhier Fan posted a massive personal best of 1:00.64 in the men’s 100 breast, qualifying him for the ‘A’ final.
Follow along here for live coverage of the fourth and final night of competition at the 2022 Southern Zone South Sectionals.
Andrew qualified for the final in third place with a 2:20.81, which is roughly 9 seconds slower than his 2021 PB of 2:11.32.
Follow along as Natalie Hinds contests the 50 free Katie Ledecky the 400 free, and the trio of Dressel, Fratus, and Andrew battle it out in the 50.
Katie Ledecky has now swam two of her events at this meet faster than her Tokyo times, and went her fastest final 50 in the 200 free since 2014.
After hitting 1:56.09 during prelims, follow along here to see if Katie Ledecky will get under 1:56 during tonight’s 200 freestyle final.
Ledecky threw down a field-leading time of 1:56.09 in the 200 freestyle prelims, getting within a second of the time she swam in Tokyo.
Tonight’s action includes the men’s and women’s 200 medley and 800 free relays.
Riverview sophomore Gracie Weyant swept her individual events, repeating in the girls’ 100 breast while also winning the 200 IM.
Gage Hulbert, Max Zum Tobel and Gracie Weyant were among the top performers in the FHSAA Class 4A Regional meets.