Tonight in Orlando will be the finals of the women’s and men’s 200 free, 400 IM, 100 back, and 200 free relay.
Sim became the fastest 14 & under in history in the 50 back last night (24.00), so Regan Smith’s 51.07 NAG record is on high alert.
With plenty of heats to spread out swims, no top 8 scratches means most top swimmers will be swimming doubles on Day 3 of the 2021 NSCA Spring Invite.
NOVA sisters Grace and Caroline Sheble come in as tonight’s top 2 seeds in the 200 fly final while Inspire Swim Team holds the top 2 men’s 50 back seeds.
Duffy lopped almost two seconds off of his old best. He was 1:57.64, over a second ahead of the rest of the field.
The 2nd day of competition will feature the 200 fly, 50 back, 200 breast, and 800 free relay.
The 2021 NCSA Spring Championships are back next week in Orlando, featuring some of the top youth talent nationwide.
For the second week in a row, the VHSL state championships have been postponed due to inclement weather, as much of Virginia is under a winter storm warning.
The Virginia public schools state championships, featuring some of the nation’s top recruits, are on hold due to a winter storm watch for this week.
After rocketing to a new best of 21.87 this morning in the 50 free, 18-year-old David Curtiss will try to go deeper under 22 tonight as the top seed.
Tide Swim Team’s Kayla Wilson broke an LSC Record that was set 33 years ago by triple Olympic medalist Whitney Hedgepeth.
Grace, an NC State commit along with her sister Caroline, talks about the dynamic between her and her sister and how swim affects that
Kenna Smallegange, who represented Canada at the 2018 FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championships, has verbally committed to NC State for 2021.
Sheble was also within a second of her lifetime best in the 200 fly (1:57.95), while she was nearly hit a best in the 100 fly (55.25).
Hali Flickinger’s 8 races this week in Greensboro have all been on back-to-backs.