The 2021 TAC Polar Plunge meet wrapped up today, featuring 1 final win from one of the youngest members of the US National Team Claire Curzan.
Charlotte Hook (above) won the 100 fly and 100 back on Saturday in Cary, while fellow US National Teamer Claire Curzan topped the 200 free field.
The TAC Titans are hosting the Polar Plunge, though the hefty majority of top swimmers racing here are their own, including NAG record-holder Claire Curzan.
Spanish National Team diver Valeria Antolino Pacheco is the latest addition to the University of Florida women’s swimming and diving class of 2025.
Bruce Marchionda’s TAC Titans had six different swimmers make our top 20 recruit rankings this spring, while winning the 18&Under Winter Championships.
Aiden Hayes, the top-ranked boy from the high school class of 2021, will be able to sign a National Letter of Intent to swim at NC State beginning tomorrow.
On Day 1 of TAC Titans’ meet, U.S. National Team members Claire Curzan (above) and Charlotte Hook raced alongside ISL team members and age group powerhouses.
Bella Lojewski says that in spite of the challenges offered by committing during a pandemic, she’s always known she wanted to be a Florida Gator.
16-year old Hook continued to show off her versatility on Sunday. She has the fastest times in the class of ’22 in the 200 fly, 200 IM, and 1650 free.
After her triple National Age Group Record effort last month, Claire Curzan was back in racing on Friday night in a dual meet against the Marlins of Raleigh.
After breaking a trio of National Age Group Records in her first meet post-quarantine, Claire Curzan will race again this weekend as TAC takes on MOR.
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YMCA Hub Fins’ Sam Stewart, a former Texas Longhorn, was 2nd in the 100 free with a 50.67, marking his first time under 51 in the event.
Leading off the 800 free relay for the Tac Titans was junior standout Claire Curzan. She broke 1:46 for the first time in 1:45.47.
Junior stars are spread across North Carolina’s three classes of high school swimming, including standout Claire Curzan, on a NAG record hunt this week.