At the 2017 Rose Bowl Aquatics Long Course Meet last weekend, 12-year-old phenom Ronald Dalmacio scorched all 3 of the long course 11-12 backstroke National Age Group Records
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Joshua Zuchowski (second from left) with his Flood Aquatics teammates after breaking the National Age Group Record in the 400 meter IM.
Mainland Regional High School boys finish the meet with six out of 11 races won.
The boys from Mainland High School in New Jersey have broke the National Public High School Record in the 200…
Destin Lasco of Mainland Regional High School in New Jersey has broken the National High School Record in the 200…
The Mainland Regional High School boys broke two more national high school records in one swim Friday night. After taking down the short course meter 200 free relay record, the same foursome broke the 400 free relay record as well as the 100 freestyle record with Destin Lasco’s leadoff split.
Pending measurement, the Mainland boys’ 200 meter freestyle relay squad cracked a new Public High School National Record.
Regan Smith (pictured above) and Carson Foster topped our picks for 2016 swimmers of the year in the 13-14 age category.
The 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships for the East and West are now complete. We’ve gone through the results of each meet and put together lists of the top 8 swimmers in each event from the 2 meets combined.
Watch Madison Homovich’s winning 1650 free, as well as all the other championship final races, from the final day of competition at 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships-East in Columbus, Ohio.
In the 200 breast, Reece Whitley will be making a run at his own 15-16 NAG Record.
Kibler led the field with a 42.99, making him the 2nd fastest 15-16 swimmer of all time in the event. Tonight, he’ll be going after Ryan Hoffer’s 15-16 NAG Record of 42.67.
Carmel Swim Club’s Drew Kibler will take on the 200 free and 100 back tonight.
Reece Whitley cut over 5 seconds off his best time, racing to a 3:48.93 to take top seed for the men’s 400 IM. That time puts Whitley just outside of the top 10 all-time 15-16 boys.