Reilman’s PR of 1:58.87 was a best time, moving him right behind Clark Beach in the U.S. rankings.
Burchill swam a new lifetime best in the 100 free on Sunday morning, which adds to previous best long course times already this year in the 50 free, 200 free, 400 free, and 100 fly.
Brown has now swum lifetime bests in the 50 free 4 times in 2018 alone.
Margalis took a half second off of her season-best with this swim.
Grigory Tarasevich threw down an impressive 200 backstroke, touching in 1:59.40, which is less than 2 seconds off his personal best of 1:57.63.
12 year old Jenna Brown won the girls 11-12 100 fly with a 1:07.06, knocking over 1.5 seconds off her previous best of 1:08.69.
Mallory Comerford posted winning times of 1:59.38 and 59.87 in the 200 free and 100 fly.
The high school Class of 2020 is the best recruiting class we’ve seen since the historic 2015 crew, led by World Juniors champ Regan Smith.
Among the headliners are American record holder, and perhaps the most exciting swimmer in the world right now, Caeleb Dressel, along with World record holder and twelve-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte.
SwimMAC’s 13-year-old Kiley Wilhelm dropped at least 2 seconds in each of her events to win 3 races in her age group on Sunday night.
The Walsh sisters have each broken a National Age Group Record at this weekend’s Southern Premier Meet.
Cody Bybee was stellar in his three individual swims, earning wins in all of them.
Gretchen Walsh had already been faster than the 15-16 National Age Group record, while she was 14.
On the 2nd night of the 2018 TISCA Championships, Harpeth Hall’s Alex Walsh and Baylor School’s Trey Freeman stole the show again.
2018 TISCA HS CHAMPIONSHIPS February 9th-10th, 2018 Knoxville, Tennessee (University of Tenn.) Championship Central (Live streaming info here) Live results…