Catch the last finals session in Greensboro featuring top seeds Cavan Gormsen, Mac Looze, Sam Stewart, Charlie Clark, Erika Pelaez, and Jack Franzman.
Mac Looze, Sam Stewart, and Charlie Swanson will swim the 200 IM prelims in Greensboro for the final AM session of the 2021 Speedo Summer Championships.
16-year-old Jo Jo Ramey (pictured) enters the women’s 100 back on Day 4 in Greensboro riding the hot hand after winning the 200 on Wednesday.
Mac Looze and Charlie Swanson are looking to win the 400 IM here following their 200 breast wins yesterday. Leah Gingrich also headlines the women’s 100 fly.
Charlie Swanson went 2:11.00 in the 200 breast this morning. Tonight, he will be swimming against Josh Matheny, who cruised to 2:15.67 in prelims.
This AM will be the qualifying heats for the 200 free, 200 breast, and 200 back, featuring Trials finalists Gabby DeLoof, Josh Matheny, and JoJo Ramey.
Tess Howley (16) and Leah Gingrich (31) headline the women’s 200 fly A-final in Greensboro. Tim Connery (18) will swim the 100 free with his lone sub-50 seed.
On the slate for this first AM prelims session in Greensboro for the 2021 Speedo Summer Championships will be the women’s and men’s 200 fly and 100 free.
Featured at the Greensboro Summer Speedo Champs site include 2021 Trials finalists Gabby DeLoof, Sam Stewart, Josh Matheny, Cavan Gormsen, and JoJo Ramey.
During Friday’s finals session in Austin, both Isabelle Stadden (200 BK) and Madisyn Cox (200 FR) put up personal bests.
During day one prelims, Carson Foster became the No. 8 all-time American in the 400 IM while backstroker Shaine Casas moved to No. 18 all-time in the 100 fly.
The second day of the final Pro Swim Series Meet for 2021 is set to kick-off in Indy featuring the 100 free, 200 fly, 100 breast, and 400 free.
Even with four key deferrals, the high school class of 2020 lived up to the hype with five massive NCAA scorers (30+ points) and 29 total freshmen scorers.
The Virginia Cavaliers continue to lead the way into NCAAs, led by five top-ranked relays and a dominant roster from top to bottom.
None of the top swimmers in this event are pure sprinters, which is a contrast to 2020, when Erika Brown, Abbey Weitzeil and Veronica Burchill led the NCAA.