Molly Hannis became the 4th fastest American in history with a blistering 30.19 in the women’s 50 breaststroke.
Ryosuke Irie was one of three swimmers to win two events on the 2nd night of the Charlotte Ultraswim.
Leah Smith threw down the 4th fastest 800 free of the year on day 1 of the Charlotte Ultraswim.
Valdas Abalikšta, who is from Šiauliai, Lithuania and swims for Siauliu Delfinas, has made a verbal commitment to attend the University of North Carolina next fall.
Heading into the meet, Jones was ranked 44th in the nation with his 3:46.62 from the ACC Championships. On Sunday, he took over 3 seconds off of that time, clocking in with a 3:43.36 to move up to 19th in the nation and secure his place at NCAAs.
The University of Georgia men’s and women’s teams emerged victorious against the North Carolina Tar Heels in both teams’ first dual meet of the season.
Both the Tar Heel men’s and women’s teams are looking for redemption after the close defeats at last season’s openers against none other than the Bulldogs, in a meet held in Athens.
2016 NJCAA finals day 1 recap.
Craig Emslie, a sophomore at IRSC who is originally from South Africa, will swim for University of North Carolina in the fall of 2016.
Alabama’s Connor Oslin will be the top seed in finals for the 100 back and 100 fly on day two of the Georgia Tech Invite.
Stefan Stojmenovic and Rebecca Halfast each won two individual events as Indian River State College swept all 13 events on day 3 of the NJCAA (Junior College) National Championships.
NJCAA Champs Indian River brings in recruiting class featuring South Africans Lovemore, Emslie, Malaysia’s Ling
Defending Junior College national champs Indian River State College has added some accomplished internationals to its roster for the upcoming season.