We’ve some exceptional age group swimming so far at the Richmond site of the 2020 U.S. Open, and we should be in for some more this morning.
Torrie Huske and Kate Douglass both came close to clipping Regan Smith’s 100 Fly NAG as the two threw down pair of 57-mids.
Aiden Hayes, the top-ranked boy from the high school class of 2021, will be able to sign a National Letter of Intent to swim at NC State beginning tomorrow.
Grace Sheble, #3 in the class of 2021, and Zoe Dixon, #5 in the class of 2022 clashed at the NOVA Senior Classic Meet, posting top times across the board.
Grace, an NC State commit along with her sister Caroline, talks about the dynamic between her and her sister and how swim affects that
The psych sheets are topped primarily by current UVA swimmers and age group stars, but there’s a couple former NCAA champions entered as well.
Kenna Smallegange, who represented Canada at the 2018 FINA World Junior Open Water Swimming Championships, has verbally committed to NC State for 2021.
Sheble was also within a second of her lifetime best in the 200 fly (1:57.95), while she was nearly hit a best in the 100 fly (55.25).
Mary T. Meagher’s 80s NAGs and Mary Descenza’s 2009 American record remain unbroken today. Who’s been close to breaking the marks? Could they ever go down?
Katie Ledecky? Missy Franklin? Regan Smith? Who is the top NCAA swimming prospect of the past decade? We rank our top 50 since 2012.
One of the best sprint classes we’ve ever seen is out on the recruiting market. We rank down the top high school juniors, led by #1 Gretchen Walsh.
It was an incredibly fast weekend of racing, including some great swims from some of the top high schoolers in the nation at the VHSL Class 6 Championships.
The Woodson boys and James Madison girls won VHSL Class 6 State Championships yesterday, while Torri Huske set a new national public school 100 fly record.
Anthony Grimm, Torri Huske and Grace Sheble are among the huge names set to compete this week in Virginia’s 6A high school state meet.
Ryan Lochte (above), Luca Urlando, and Ella Eastin all scratched A finals for the last session of the 2019 Pro Swim Series.