You know it’ll be a great year of high school swimming when the nation’s best high school swimmer is also arguably the best female swimmer in the world. Case in point: Washington D.C.’s Katie Ledecky.
Andrew Seliskar is on the cusp of Tom Shields’s 200 fly National Age Group record for the 17-18 division after his big prelims swim.
Andrew Seliskar is among the big-name junior swimmers competing at the Tom Dolan Invite this week.
2014 Ontario Junior International Toronto – Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre December 5-7 Psych Sheets Live Results Prelims – 9:30…
The latest breaststroker to commit to the Trojans is Southern Californian Kirsten Vose.
Michael Andrew will be among a talented group of American juniors swimming at this high-profile Canadian meet.
USA Swimming Youth Olympic Games team member Patrick Mulcare has verbally committed to USC.
Andrew Seliskar is one of 6 NCAP swimmers to make the Junior National Team, and he’s on the squad in 5 different events.
Nation’s Capital Swim Club was dominant at all age levels, powering away to the overall Virtual Club Championship title for the long course 2013-2014 season.
Breaststroker Billy Monjay from the SOCAL Aquatics Association has verbally committed to the USC Trojans, choosing to stay close to home…
Leah Smith, Morgan Hill Hit Impressive Times & Lifetime Bests to Win at Potomac Valley Long Course Champs
Virginia super-sophomore Leah Smith swam a lifetime best in the women’s 400 free on Saturday night at the Potomac Valley Swimming Senior Championships.
NCAP 17-year old Katie Ledecky is going best-time after best-time this season, and she hasn’t even hit her big taper meets yet this year.
MEN’S 100 METER BREASTSTROKE – US NATIONALS PREVIEW Day 4, Saturday, August 9th Defending national champ: Kevin Cordes (59.99) Defending U.S….
US Junior National Team member, Andrew Seliskar (pictured above), is the number one recruit from the high school class of 2015.
NCAP takes Virginia LC State meet in full force with wins from Ledecky, Hu, Seliskar, Vissering, Katis and Wu
Nation’s Capital Swim Club showed up in full force to the Virginia Long Course State Championships, piling up the wins over the three-day event.