SwimSwam’s thoughts go out to Servati, his family, and the Alabama swimming family. John Servati truly did have the heart of a champion, and his legacy will always be remembered.
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With all four days of the U.S. Winter Nationals now in the books, it’s time to look back at 10 big…
Andrew Seliskar is one of 6 NCAP swimmers to make the Junior National Team, and he’s on the squad in 5 different events.
Amy Bilquist and her Carmel teammates Rachel Hayden, Veronica Burchill and Claire Adams fought through some tough finals doubles (and even a triple) to break the NAG record in the 4×100 free relay.
Townley Haas (left) and Madison Homovich (right) were named the individual high point scorers at the 2014 U.S. Junior National Championships.
Curtis Ogren leads the Palo Alto boys, who sit atop the boys team points. PASA is second in combined scores to Carmel which has gotten 218 from its outstanding girls crew.
Madison Homovich has left quite an impression at the 2014 U.S. Junior National Championships, and now, at just 14 years old, she has a chance to win the meet’s high-point honor.
Stanzi Moseley – the name’s got serious flare, and her swimming isn’t half bad either.
The girls of the Carmel Swim Club 15-18 400 free relay broke the National Age Group Record on Thursday night in Irvine.
Veronica Burchill is one of three Carmel girls in the 100 free final, and will also likely swim on its 400 free relay, which has a legitimate shot of taking down the 15-18 NAG record set by Missy Franklin & co. in 2010.
Missouri commit Rachel Hayden helped take the Carmel Swim Club girls to a new National Age Group Record in the girls’ 200 meter free relay.
Despite battling the sun, Missy Franklin won the women’s 100 backstroke dipping under 1:01 with a time of 1:00.99.
Amy Bilquist (above) anchored the Carmel Swim Club to a National Age Group Record over the weekend in Indianapolis.