Watch some of the racing from Day Three of 2019 World Junior Championships, thanks to James Foster who is in Budapest this week.
Italy’s Thomas Ceccon steps up for the 50 back today after winning the 100 back title in a new Championship Record last night.
The 2019 World Junior Championships’ first session of finals and semi-finals begin on Tuesday at 5:30pm in Budapest.
The three swimmers are the top-ranked 15-year-old girls in the United States this season, now ranked No. 6, 12 and 18 all-time in the 15-16 age group.
Opportunities have passed to qualify for the World Juniors roster, and the projected roster shows all 3 priority tier athletes should make the selection.
Three more individual events were contested on night 4 of the US national championships: the 400 freestyle, the 100 breaststroke, and the 100 backstroke.
Aussie Elijah Winnington will contest in the 400 free prelims while 200 breast champ Reece Whitley and WUGs champ Ian Finnerty will meet in the 100 breast.
28-Year-Old Hannah Saiz picked up wins in the women’s 50 fly and 100 fly.
Carson Foster, pictured above, broke a national high school record in the 200 free at the OHSAA Division I State Championships.
Joshua Matheny will look to follow up his 1:01.98 100 breast swim tonight at day 1 finals of the 2018 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Lauren Pool on Day 1 prelims at 2018 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Jake Foster of Mason Manta Rays is top seed in the men’s 100 breast on Tuesday in Irvine.
Carson Foster posted a 1:34.19 to win the 200 free.
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13-year-olds Gretchen Walsh, Ellie Andrews and Tristen Ulett all earned U.S. Olympic Trials cuts over the weekend, making them three of the four youngest Trials qualifiers this cycle.