Claire Curzan helped lead the TAC Titans to the SCY overall title, winning the girls’ 100 free, 100 back and 100 fly.
We’re two weeks into the monthlong virtual Spring 18-and-under championships. The TAC Titans lead team scores with Claire Curzan leading five events.
The swim was an enormous drop for Hayes, coming in 0.76 seconds under his previous best time, which was from the San Antonio Pro Swim Series just one week ago
After shaving a little of his top 100 fly mark on Friday, Hayes turned around on Saturday to win the men’s 200 fly with a 1:58.03.
On the 2nd day of the Jenks Sectional meet, 17-year-old Aiden Hayes from Sooner Swim Club hit a new lifetime best in the 100 fly.
NC State commit David Curtiss lowered his own National Independent School Record, and broke the overall 50 free record, moving to #6 all-time for 17-18 boys.
18-year-old David Curtiss knocked his own 50-yard free independent HS record down from 19.42 to 19.26, now moving up to 7th all-time in 17-18 history.
NC State commit Aiden Hayes took down the 50 free and 100 fly state records at the Oklahoma 6A High School State Championships.
Although he was shooting for 18.9 50 free, 44.9 100 fly, and 42.9 100 free, Aiden relinquishes that goals aren’t meant to be met every time
UVA freshman Matt Brownstead won the ACC 50 free title today with a 18.88, becoming the third freshmen in two days to get under 19.0.
Hayes crushed a new national high school record, going 45.47 to snap Joseph Schooling’s overall record of 45.52 from back in 2013.
Hayes was also 20.75 leading off Norman North’s 200 medley relay which is one of the fastest 50 backstrokes of all time.
Piper McNeil had a dominant 100 backstroke performance this week, downing Samantha Woodward’s previous mark from 14 years ago.
Sooner Swim Club’s Aiden Hayes won the 3 individual events he swam.
Class of 2013 Texas alumnus Austin Surhoff (above) posted 2 new lifetime bests to place 2nd in the 50 free (22.54) and 3rd in the 100 free (49.76).