American Maximus Williamson was an absolute force at the World Junior Championships winning six gold and seven total medals.
Leah Hayes dominated the girls’ 200 IM on Thursday with a winning time of 2:10.24, establishing a new World Junior Championship meet record in the process.
Regan Smith might have her eyes on another Pro Swim Series record in Westmont on Saturday night, this time in the women’s 200 back.
Kentucky Aquatics standout Seneca Oddo dipped under 45 seconds for the first time on Sunday, shaving a few tenths off his previous-best 45.02 from last week.
Ana Hazlehurst set a new 15-16 Maryland LSC record in the 100 yard breast at the Maryland LSC Senior Championships in St. Mary’s County, MD.
Shackell swam a 1:54.54 to win the 200 IM and followed that up with a 21.73 victory in the 50 freestyle, climbing the age group rankings in both.
Regan Smith won Gold in the women’s 100 back tonight in Budapest, swimming a 58.22, while fellow American Claire Curzan grabbed Bronze in 58.67.
Izzy Ivey (pictured) will be leaned on heavily by the Bears once again as they battle to return to the top-three of the NCAA.
Alabama junior Rhyan White owns a best time nearly two seconds faster than anyone in the field of the 200 back at the upcoming Women’s NCAA Championships.
At every Trials, there’s a small subset of about 25 swimmers who carry a heavy burden: they miss qualifying for the Olympics by a single spot.
The biggest difference between Walsh tonight and her performance at this past Summer’s Pan American Games is that she came home much faster tonight.
Curzan finished 2nd overall in the heats with her time of 1:00.44, cracking 1:01 for the first time in her career.
Beata Nelson was named CSCAA’s Swimmer of the Year after winning 3 events and setting 2 American records.
After scaring the 100 back American record Saturday, Smith had even more in store for the 200 Sunday.
Kathleen Baker holds the NCAA and American records at 1:47.30.