Anna Auld, who made the 2019-20 National Junior Team for open water, has announced her verbal commitment to Florida for 2020-21.
The FHSAA Class 4A State Series is now underway with districts completed and regionals just days away. US National champ Emma Weyant headlines Region 2.
16-year-olds Dylan Becker and Chase Travis both won their respective junior 5k races on Saturdays, just a day after competing in the senior 10k race.
While older sister Emma (above) got 3 wins at the meet and finished 2nd in the individual high point standings, Gracie was the winner on the final day.
Night one of the 2019 Plantation Sectionals kicked off with the women’s 1500 free, men’s 800 free, women’s and men’s 200 medley relay, women’s and men’s 200 free relay, and a mixed-gender medley and free relay.
Narrated by head coach John Payne, USA Swimming has published an inside look at just what happens at the USA…
In addition to the coaching staff, 3 current and former USA Swimming Open Water National Team members, including the defending World Champion in the 5k Ashley Twichell (above), will attend.
Mariah Denigan dominated the girls junior 5K at U.S. Open Water Nationals in Tempe, Arizona.
U.S. World Championships team member and Florida commit Robert Finke, a Countryside senior, is set up to defend his titles in the 200 IM and 500 free.
East Coast Aquatic Club’s 13-year-old Anna Auld opened the meet on a winning note, claiming the 1500 meter free title in 17:11.86.
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