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.
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.
Nashville Aquatic Club’s Alex Walsh doubled in the 100 breaststroke and 200 backstroke while sister Alex took the 200 freestyle.
National Junior Teamer Magahey took down the Georgia State Record in the 200 free. The former mark stood at a 1:35.16. Magahey cleared that easily in 1:34.37.
Peter Thompson from Billings Aquatic Club has verbally committed to UVA’s class of 2025.
Claire Curzan won the women’s high point award at 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Championships–East, winning all 5 of her events and setting 2 NAG records.
Check out the top 8 finishers from the combined East and West meets on Day 4 of 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Championships.
Dynamo’s Tristen Ulett is in a pair of finals (100 free and 200 fly) on Day 4 at Speedo Winter Junior Championships – East.
Day 4 of Speedo Winter Junior Championships – East will feature prelims of 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
Here are the top eight finishers in each Speedo Winter Junior Championships final, combining results from the two meets of Day 2.
Claire Curzan took down the 15-16 NAG record in the 50 free, while Jack Magahey nearly broke Michael Phelps’ 500 free 17-18 NAG record tonight.
Jake Magahey of SwimAtlanta is top seed in the men’s 500 free and 50 free finals on Thursday night at Speedo Winter Junior Championships – East.
Sicignano’s range extends from the sprint freestyles to the 200 IM at the national level but has seen the most success as a butterflier.
Styczen is a versatile, distance-oriented nab for the Cavaliers. Right now, he’s best suited for the distance free and IM races.
He’s the first commit for Virginia, which is big considering that ACC rival NC State has already reeled in a whopping five of the top 20.