The previous meet record was a storied one, set by legendary junior swimmer Dagny Knutson (U.S.) in 2009.
Regan Smith is the latest in a long line of female swimmers who have turned pro early, and history shows us it’s a decision that doesn’t always work out.
Tokyo Olympian Michael Brinegar will skip his last year of eligibility (plus the COVID waiver year) at Indiana to go pro and train with Mark Schubert.
She comes in just ahead of Dagny Knutson, and just 0.03 seconds behind Simone Manuel, who is #3 all-time in the age group.
Lucy Thomas led off Elmbrook’s 200 free relay in 22.33 as the quartet smashed the former NCSA meet record by over a second.
Katie Grimes demolished the meet record in the 400 IM with a time that also would’ve won NCAA Championships last season.
12-year-old Kayla Han posted a 4:56.86 in the 400 meter IM, the 2nd fastest 400 IM ever swam by an 11-12-year-old, directly behind Olympian Elizabeth Beisel.
Bella Sims of Sandpipers broke the Top 10 All-Time 15-16 Girls list in prelims of the 200 freestyle at the 2021 Gains Invitational.
US National Teamer Torri Huske made her mark on the final day of the 2021 VHSL Class 6 State meet, breaking two National High School records.
Multi-sport athlete Erin Palmer earned her first Junior Nationals qualifying time as Aquastorm Swim Team held it’s first competition of summer.
Weyant took more than five seconds off her previous best time and is now one of three 17-18 women to ever break 4:36.
The time shed .37 seconds off her previous best, which she swam at last Summer’s Jr. Pan Pacs.
The State Bar Court of California has suspended the law license of Richard Foster, an attorney who lost a years-long legal battle with former professional swimmer Dagny Knutson over his representation of her in 2010. That’s according to documents obtained by the Southern California News Group and published this week in The OC Register.
Forde went 4:31.34 to pick up the first individual NCAA title of her career.
Curzan is now the second-fastest 16&U performer of all-time, and just the second 13-14-year-old in history to break :48.