It’s another big day f0r Regan Smith, who has been swimming exceptionally well in her first major LCM meet since moving to Tempe to train under Bob Bowman.
Ross Dant, Erin Gemmell, and Camille Spink all scratched out of A-finals on night 2 of the 2022 US Open Swimming Championships.
Riverview junior Addison Sauickie set new best times in the 100 free (49.03) and 200 free (1:45.38) to help propel the team to a second straight state title.
Riverview Sarasota junior Gracie Weyant established a new best time in the 200 IM (2:00.05) during the FHSAA 4A Region meets.
Riverview Sarasota junior Gracie Weyant put up the top time in the girls’ 200 IM (2:05.47) and 100 breast (1:05.19) at the 4A District 9 meet.
McIntosh has shifted her full-time training base down to Sarasota, Florida under the guidance of Sarasota Sharks head coach Brent Arckey.
Weyant’s time would have finished fifth at US International Team Trials in April, an event she finished 12th in there.
Grimes has dropped the women’s 200 back and will instead race the 200 free, having qualified eighth overall out of the prelims in both events.
Follow along here for live coverage of the fourth and final night of competition at the 2022 Southern Zone South Sectionals.
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.
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.
Florida-trained Ledecky has emerged in full force, throwing down an 8:11.83 800 freestyle in Orlando, beating her recent Olympic gold medal-winning swim.
Both Weyant sisters demonstrated their readiness for Trials at the SYS Memorial meet, taking big wins and nearing best times in some events.
Edie Simecek had a solid weekend at the T2 Naples Open last week as she nabbed wins in the 100 back, 100 fly, 200 fly, and 100 free.