NOVA of Virginia 17-year-old Zoe Dixon capped her individual racing off phenomenally, storming to victory in the women’s 200 IM with a 2:12.62.
NOVA of Virginia’s Zoe Dixon, 17, also broke a meet record, winning the women’s 200 breast in 2:29.82.
Enyeart was racing at the Speedo Summer Championships in Irvine, CA through Saturday night.
The swim marked a truly massive personal best for Bognar, who entered the meet with a lifetime best of 2:18.66, which she swam in May of this year.
The final session of the 2021 Speedo Summer Championships is underway. Follow along here for event-by-event coverage!
The women’s 100 breast will give us our first sighting of USC’s Kaitlyn Dobler, who is the top seed in 1:06.29.
University of Texas’ David Johnston is the top seed in the men’s 400 IM by 6 seconds.
200 fly champion Justina Kozan is the top seed in the women’s 200 free.
Cal’s Trenton Julian is looking to pick up his first title of the weekend. The question is whether or not it will be a best time.
A rising senior at the University of Arkansas, Melton claimed wins in both the 100 back and 50 free on the final day of racing.
A member of the high school class of 2023, Sullivan, swimming for Parkway Swim Club, narrowly won the event over Anne Deedy.
Only 13-years old, Schoeck finished second in the event behind Berkeley Livingston of the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Her time is the third-fastest this year.
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.