Katie Ledecky? Missy Franklin? Regan Smith? Who is the top NCAA swimming prospect of the past decade? We rank our top 50 since 2012.
Six of these eight Roadmaps women have won the Olympic or World 50 free title in their career. Who are they and who shows the most potential towards 2021?
With swim meets on hold, NISCA will host a virtual, all-time best dual meet featuring high schools from across the nation.
If we rewrote 2020, without the coronavirus pandemic, how many late qualifiers would there have been for the Olympic Trials? History has a clue.
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.
In our second installment of Roadmaps, explore paths of the top US women’s 100 freestylers, starting from age group days all the way to the elite level.
The Walsh sisters and Ulett returned for the 100 fly. Alex got her hands to the wall ahead of Gretchen, 51.73 to 52.03. That was Gretchen’s best by 2 tenths.
Led by a 26.91 breaststroke split from Alex Walsh (above), the Nashville Aquatic Club broke the national 17-18 200 yard medley relay record on Saturday.
Walsh, 17, has now moved ahead of Kate Douglass as the 3rd fastest ever in the 17-18 age group with her 21.50 in the 50 free.
The relay of Alex Walsh, Alex Massey, Lauren Hurt, and Gretchen Walsh combined for a 1:29.6 on Friday at the Southern Premier Meet in Atlanta.
Nashville Aquatic Club’s Alex Walsh doubled in the 100 breaststroke and 200 backstroke while sister Alex took the 200 freestyle.
Levenia Sim, who only recently turned 13, has already lowered the her LSC’s record, besting Tracy Caulkins’ record that had stood since 1978.
Interestingly, Alex Walsh’s new State Record broke the former mark held by her younger sister. Gretchen’s old record was a 51.57 from last season’s TISCA.
After an explosive day 1 performance, Harpeth Hall’s Gretchen Walsh took down another National High School Record on Saturday.
Walsh popped a new lifetime best in the 50 free, winning in 21.59. That came shortly after a 21.20 anchor split on the Harpeth Hall 200 medley relay.