Williamson’s previous best had him 9th all-time in the 13-14 200 back rankings, and his new time puts him 8th, jumping over Michael Andrew.
The swim makes Williamson the 4th-fastest 13-14 swimmer all-time in the event, sitting not too far off Michael Phelps’ NAG of 4:24.77.
While the best in the world are competing in Tokyo this week, American swimmers at home are competing at Futures meets in 4 separate locations.
USA Swimming has named 22 girls and 21 boys to the National Junior Team that will represent the U.S. at the 2021 FINA Swimming World Cup this fall.
LaMastra’s new time not only puts him far under the Wave II standard, it makes him the 4th-fastest American in the event this year.
Claire Curzan has a class-best time in three different strokes. But this recruiting class is rising up around her in breaststroke and distance freestyle, too.
While most of the sport in the US was focused on the NCAA Championships and other collegiate meets, there were 66 new Trials cuts achieved in the last 3 weeks
Novelline now has Trials cuts in the 50 and 100 free, both of which are Wave II cuts.
Day 3 of the 2021 Illinois Winter Open saw NASA Wildcats 17-year-old and UVA recruit Carly Novelline continue to win events and drop time.
Kaelyn Gridley, New Trier 16-year-old, posted a pair of huge swims in the women’s breaststrokes.
Novelline, a Virginia recruit, first swam a 48.16 in the SCY 100 free during prelims.
Many of Illinois’ top high school swimmers will get a racing opportunity this week at the FMC Natatorium in Westmont, Illinois.
Novelline, a Virginia commit, swam the 200 free, 200 fly and 200 IM in one session. In the 200 fly, she dropped over 11 seconds.
16-year-old Carly Novelline hit lifetime-bests in both the 100-yard back and 100-yard fly for Wildcat Aquatic in a dual meet with Glenbrook Swim Club.
UVA women pick up their 7th verbal commitment to the class of 2026 from Greenville, North Carolina’s Madeline Smith.