SwimMAC took the girls’ crown at Speedo Winter Juniors- East, while the Bolles School Sharks took the boys’ crown. Palo Alto Stanford won both the girls’ and boys’ competitions at Speedo Winter Juniors- West.
Watch the action from the first day of racing at Speedo Winter Juniors West.
Sean Grieshop and the West meet won 3 of 4 composite Junior National titles on night 1, but the East meet has been deeper through the first four events.
Sean Grieshop combined with Coran Rawls, Micah Slaton, and Taylor Abbott to break the meet record in the boys’ 800 free relay at Speedo Winter Juniors West.
Southern California sprint standout Katherine Wagner, shown here with Olympic legend Misty Hyman, has given her verbal accord to the Arizona State University Sun Devils for 2016 and beyond.
Chloe Isleta, who swims for Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics and Presentation High School, has made a verbal commitment to the ASU Sun Devils for 2016.
Bellarmine boys claimed their 31st CCS title in as many years, while Mitty girls finally took home the big trophy after several years of finishing second and third.
Bellarmine senior Aidan Burns is looking to defend his CCS titles in the 200 and 500 freestyle events at this weekend’s championship meet.
In one of the fastest Far Westerns on record, six NAG marks and numerous meet records went down over the four-day, eight-session meet.
Two NAG records fell on Day Three finals at Far Westerns in Morgan Hill, California.
We’ve seen more fast swimming on Day Three at Far Westerns in Morgan Hill, California.
Hunter Hitchens of Irvine Novaquatics broke the meet record in the 100 free at Far Westerns in Morgan Hill, California.
Several meet records fell already in prelims of the second day at Far Westerns in Morgan Hill, California.
Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics’ Isabelle Henig & Benjamin Ho and Reno’s Madeleine Hurst each won two events on Day One of Far Westerns.