After four sessions at nine locations, a U.S. Open like none before wrapped up earlier today with NAG records and solid swims by veterans alike.
Andrew Wilson posted the top time in the men’s 200 breast on the final day of competition at 2020 U.S. Open Chamionships.
Once again, the Huntsville site of the 2020 US Open was highlighted by two of the United States’ brightest sprint stars on Saturday morning.
Having a hard time keeping up with one meet in nine locations? Check out Friday PM’s swims of the session to give you a quick summary of the big swims.
18-year-old Jack Aikins’ victory in the 100 back was a 1.62 second time drop from his previous best, 56.21, from the 2019 Georgia Senior State Championships.
U.S. Open record-holder Ryan Lochte finished 3rd in the combined results of the men’s 200 IM on Friday morning.
While US National Team members were definitely active this morning, many of the biggest swims came from the 18 & under crowd.
Still just a senior in high school, Walsh is now the #2 17-18 year old in US history in the 50 free and #11 among all ages.
Gretchen Walsh crushed a 24.65 in the 50 free, moving to #2 all-time in the 17-18 age group for USA Swimming history behind only Simone Manuel.
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.
American Record holder and NCAA Champion Dean Farris is one of 13 US National Team swimmers expected to swim in Greensboro.
Founded in 1975, the Nashville Aquatic Club has grown to become one of the premier teams in not just the state of Tennessee, but in the entire country.
Evan Petty, a Cal commit, swam a pair of new lifetime bests in an intrasquad meet on Saturday, including in the 200 yard back.
Charlottesville-based Athena Vanyo has changed her verbal commitment to the hometown Cavaliers for 2021-22.
Gretchen Walsh (above right) was one of a number of individuals honored by the Southeastern Swimming LSC as award winners in September.