Racer X Aquatics’ Zoe Skirboll was the only multiple event winner tonight in Richmond, taking the 200 IM and the 100 breast in lifetime bests.
Weinstein posted a 4:46.23, coming two seconds shy of her best time. This is the 13-year-old’s eighth time breaking 4:50 in this event.
Weinstein, who snagged Olympic Trials Wave I cuts in January to become the meet’s youngest qualifier, kicked off her weekend with a new best of 16:29.20.
Chong put up a time of 1:57.64 to erase her previous mark of 1:57.99 set in December.
Northwestern has added another verbal commitment to their class of 2026: free/IM specialist Hana Shimizu-Bowers from New York.
She breaks into the 13-14 historical top 40 with this swim, now the #39 performer all-time, even at the early end of the age group.
In the 500 free, Weinstein jumps from #25 to #18 in the 13-14 all-time rankings with her 4:44.10 best time tonight.
Badger’s Matthew Fenlon picked up three wins in the boy’s 100 fly, 200 fly and 200 IM.
Tess Howley (above) is now 4-for-4 in girls’ races at the LIAC August Water Party Invite in Nassau County, New York.
Dynamo and Long Island Aquatic Club shared the women’s title while SwimMAC Carolina took home the top prize in the men’s meet at 2019 Speedo Juniors.
Rye Ulett of Dynamo Swim Club dropped nearly 2 seconds in the 100 fly on Thursday at Speedo Junior Nationals.
Day 3 prelims of the 2019 Speedo Junior National Championships will feature only two events: the 400 freestyle and the 100 butterfly.
Amidst the record-breaking frenzy at NCSA AG Champs, 12-year-old Thomas Heilman swam two top-10 times on the all-time 11-12 rankings.
14-year-olds Erin Gemmell (200 FR) and William Hayon (100 FL) cracked the top 10 times in the 13-14 age group on day 3 of the NCSA AG Champs. 14 meet records were also broken along the way.
Zoe Skirboll set a pair of meet records on day two of the NCSA Age Group Championships.