Both D’Ariano (above) and Mercer had already qualified for Olympic Trials in the 400 IM but now added the 200 IM to their lineup.
16 year old Lilla Bognar adds the 200 back to her Trials cut resume after already qualifying in the 200 back and 400 IM.
Lakeside 15-year-old Charlotte Crush catapulted from No. 60 to 16th in the U.S. girls’ 15-16 NAG rankings with her huge new lifetime best in the 200 back.
Olasewere dropped 0.21 seconds off of her best time to move up to the seventh fastest 15-16 age group in the LCM 50 free ever.
Paige McKenna swam out of the afternoon heats and finished seventh swimming a personal best by six seconds in the 1500 freestyle.
La terza notte di finali delle Pro Swim Series di Westmont ha visto un record della manifestazione cadere per opera di Regan Smith.
Carson Foster comes in as the top seed in the 200 fly (1:57.74), where he’ll have to hold off Kregor Zirk (1:58.54) and Leon Marchand (1:58.69).
This morning’s session in Westmont features the prelims of the 200 fly, 50 free, 100 back, 200 breast, 50 fly, and 400 free.
Mulgrew came away with titles in the 200 back and 200 IM while Reyna was the champion in the 1000 free and in the 200 IM.
Alec Enyeart won by over 20 seconds and will be arriving at Texas this fall. It was a best time by about six seconds.
Rodrigues swam a 2:13.99 in the 200 backstroke to nearly out-swim Stanford commit Natalie Mannion who won the event in a 2:13.89.
This week’s age group standouts included two swimmers who moved into the top 10 all-time in their respective age group rankings.
Roman Jones is now tied for the 11th fastest 15-16 performer in history with Sonny Wang’s time from February 2022. He previously sat 28th.
14-year-old Annam Olasewere of the Chelsea Piers Aquatic Club posted the #6 13-14 Girls 50 Freestyle of All-Time (22.37). She previously was #9.
Sophomore Payton Foster led the Greenwich High Schools girls to their 23rd Connecticut high school state title in New Haven.