In addition to Sheble’s second-fastest-ever swim for 13-14, Reece Whitley put up wins in the open 200 free and 100 fly on day 2 of the 2017 NCAP Invite.
Tuggle moves to #19 in the 13-14 age group 100 free rankings.
Despite a controversial DQ in the 400 IM that kept her off the World Champs team, Ella Eastin will lead the World University Games team in the 200 IM and 200 fly.
Chase Travis and Winn Aung led the way in the 11-12 age category during 2015.
On the final day of the NASA Showcase Classic in Clearwater, Florida, 9-year-old Jaeddan Gamilla and 13-year-old Kimani Gregory each tripled up on event wins.
Hadley DeBruyn, Bella Warner, Isabella Paoletti and Chase Travis combined to swim 3:33.57, setting a new NAG for 11/12 girls’ 400 free relay at the NASA Showcase in Clearwater, Florida.
Aquastar 12-year-old Christopher Hardt and Delaware Swim Team 12-year-old Chase Travis won 5 events each to lead all swimmers after two days of the NASA Showcase Classic in Clearwater, Florida.
Ethan Dang, at only 5’4″ tall and 12-years old, qualified for and raced at the 2014 Winter Junior National Championships.
In the mid-day session of the Tom Dolan Invite in Maryland on Friday, the 11-12 girls 400 free relay from the Delaware Swim Team cracked the National Age Group record in winning the event.
Brian Tsau NCAP – Winner of the 1650. Many thanks to Rafael Domeyko – rafaeldomeyko.com – for these swimming photos.
Andrew Seliskar is among the big-name junior swimmers competing at the Tom Dolan Invite this week.
What a week! We are starting to see some incredibly fast end-of-season times coming from all parts of the country. Check out our favorites below.
Joy Jiang won her 9th and 10th events, while Michael Andrew, Josh Zuchowski and Lance Godard all won three events apiece on the final day of the NASA Showcase.
10-year-old Joy Jiang, 11-year-old Chase Travis and 12-year-old Vinny Marciano each won three events on the second night of action at the NASA Showcase Classic in Clearwater, Florida.
Vinny Marciano set himself up for two more wins in the 12-year-old bracket, while Joy Jiang and Johnny Bradshaw look to continue their sweeps of the 10-year-old events.