Catch the last finals session in Greensboro featuring top seeds Cavan Gormsen, Mac Looze, Sam Stewart, Charlie Clark, Erika Pelaez, and Jack Franzman.
Mac Looze, Sam Stewart, and Charlie Swanson will swim the 200 IM prelims in Greensboro for the final AM session of the 2021 Speedo Summer Championships.
Tonight will be the D, C, B, A finals of the women’s and men’s 400 free, 100 breast, 100 back, and the timed finals of the men’s 800 free relay.
16-year-old Jo Jo Ramey (pictured) enters the women’s 100 back on Day 4 in Greensboro riding the hot hand after winning the 200 on Wednesday.
Charlie Swanson went 2:11.00 in the 200 breast this morning. Tonight, he will be swimming against Josh Matheny, who cruised to 2:15.67 in prelims.
Tess Howley (16) and Leah Gingrich (31) headline the women’s 200 fly A-final in Greensboro. Tim Connery (18) will swim the 100 free with his lone sub-50 seed.
On the slate for this first AM prelims session in Greensboro for the 2021 Speedo Summer Championships will be the women’s and men’s 200 fly and 100 free.
Akron and Canadian native Sarah Watson smashed her 50 fly personal best to swim 26.98 while 16-year-old Jonathan Marshall of FAST hit 55.58 in the 100 back.
Canadian Sarah Watson of Akron swam 59.85 to win the Geneva Sectional title in the women’s 100 fly, her first sub-minute performance since 2019.
OSU’s Sommerstad, Watkins, Fulmer, Andreis, Geringer, and Clark all had individual sectional wins in Geneva alongside Denison’s Kurlich and Akron’s Fischer.
The men’s 200 fly final is one of the most highly anticipated races of the night. Mason Manta Rays’ Carl Bloebaum led prelims this morning with a 1:59.57.
Bach, who finished fifth in the 100 breast at the 2021 Women’s NCAAs, went from not having the Wave I cut to achieving the Wave II mark with her 1:09.46.
Arkansas’ Peyton Palsha has scratched out of the 400 IM after coming into the meet seeded 15th overall.
Conference champions, including Ohio State (above), Kentucky, Virginia, and Texas, performed well on day 1 of the NCAA Championship meet on Wednesday.
NC State’s MacCausland, USC’s Delgado, and MIchigan’s Pyshnenko were all crucial 21.8-legs in their respective relays before their scratches.