Andrew Seliskar dominated the 200 IM and returned to put up a key leg on NCAP’s record-breaking 400 medley relay at the end of night 5 at NCSA Junior Nationals.
Oakton’s state championship 400 free relay team celebrates a great meet that wrapped up with a team state title.
Megan Byrnes (left) and Isabella Rongione (right) were among 5 swimmers we spoke to after their great 200 free battle at the 2014 VHSL 6A State Championship meet.
Janet Hu won two events to power Oakton to the girls title, while James Jones and James Murphy took two individual titles each and combined for two relays in Robinson’s boys region victory.
Janet Hu, a Stanford commit, very nearly went her best time in prelims of her high school regional championship meet, and she’s still got many tries left to chase records.
2013 was an incredibly good year for Katie Ledecky. It looks like 2014 isn’t off to a bad start either.
National Age Group Record holder Isabella Rongione, a distance swimmer, will join a training group with the world’s best distance swimmer.
13-14 Girls Cassidy Bayer, Nation’s Capital Swim Club, Alexandria VA It was bound to happen; after all, records are meant…
Adam Brown and Cesar Cielo went nose-to-nose in the 100 free from the outside lanes, and Brown came away with the narrowest of victories. (Photo Courtesy: Greg Davis)
Gunnar Bentz is one of a handful of swimmers who is doing junior/senior double duty this year. (Photo: Anne Lepesant)
The Americans got themselves pumped up in a big way on Friday, and that led to a hot start with a gold-bronze finish from Becca Mann and Isabella Rongione (Courtesy: Colin Blair/SwimSwam.com)
Gunnar Bentz smashed the meet record in the men’s 200 breaststroke tonight on the opening night of 2013 Junior Nationals.
Mission Viejo’s Katie McLaughlin is among the leaders in the rankings for the Junior World Championship team. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
13-year old Isabella Rongione is the youngest swimmer at this year’s World Championship Trials, and Erika Erndl (above) is the oldest. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Stanford’s Maya DiRado, in her first long course meet of the season, appears to be poised for her international-level breakout. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)