Claire Stuhlmacher, Lolly Milbaum, Luke Whitlock, Ryan Erisman, and Gabriel Manteufel will represent the U.S. at the final stop of the LEN Open Water Cup.
The Sandpipers of Nevada kicked off their short course season last weekend in Henderson, Nevada, where a new star emerged.
Sandpiper’s Luke Ellis won the 200 backstroke and 200 IM, while teammate’s Joshua Brown and Chloe Mudadu added wins in the 1500 and 800, respectively.
Day 1 saw Tom Higdon winning the 100 breast in 1:02.05, getting under the Olympic Trials cut and qualifying him for his second Olympic Trials meet.
The Sandpipers of Nevada head coach led his swimmers to a number of standout performances over the month at the Swim Meet of Champions and Open Water Nats.
In the final races at Open Water Nationals, Claire Weinstein and Ryan Erisman took home the Junior National 7.5km titles.
The Sandpipers of Nevada are out in full force in Mission Viejo this week, and, boy, did they make their presence known in the 1500 freestyles tonight.
Off the plane and onto a bus: the Sandpipers of Nevada were back to racing again this week in Southern California in an event that wasn’t offered at Winter Juniors.