Who was faster, East or West? See the combined top-8 results from all the events during the four-day East and West meets.
We have put together the top eight finishers from Day 3 in each Speedo Winter Junior Championships final, combining results from the two meets.
Justina Kozan rocked the competition in the 400 IM tonight, clocking a winning time of 4:05.67, the only finisher under 4:10.
After winning the 200 IM title on Thursday by a tenth, Isabelle Stadden will race the 100 back as the top seed on Friday morning.
Four-time World Juniors gold medalist Justina Kozan is one of two standout 15-year-olds heading our list of swimmers to watch at West Juniors.
2019 World Championships 100 fly silver medalist Andrei Minakov announced today his verbal commitment to the Stanford Cardinal.
Double-legacy Luke Maurer, our #19 recruit in the class of 2020, has made a verbal commitment to Stanford University for 2020-21.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the striking and fierce races on Day 3 at the 2019 US Junior National Championships.
The podium here all posted OT cuts, led by Peak Swimming’s Ethan Hu at 53.71. Hu says that his long course has improved this summer with emphasis on technique
Miranda Heckman of the Pleasanton Seahawks will look to add to her win tally in the 400 free tonight after she claimed the 100 free title last night.
Tonight’s finals will include the 400 freestyle, 100 butterfly, and the men’s 800 freestyle relay, which will swim four heats in a timed final.
Day 3 prelims of the 2019 Speedo Junior National Championships will feature only two events: the 400 freestyle and the 100 butterfly.
This morning’s session will include only two events: the 400 freestyle and the 100 butterfly. There will be 43 heats total.
16th-ranked recruit in the high school class of 2020 Preston Forst has verbally committed to the Stanford men. Forst is a 1:43.5/47.4 butterflyer.