Nathan Adrian will look for his 9th straight international berth individually in the men’s 100 free tonight.
The men’s 200 fly shapes up to be a three-man race at the front for two World Championship spots.
Six-time Texas 6A state champion Jack LeVant has made a verbal commitment to swim for the Stanford University Cardinal beginning with the 2018-19 season.
It’s that time of year again where we at SwimSwam rank out the top 20 high school swimming prospects in the upcoming NCAA recruiting class. This is arguably the best breaststroke class we’ve ever ranked, headed by Junior World Champs silver medalist Reece Whitley.
2012 Olympian Breeja Larson won three events in front of a home crowd to highlight the College Station Speedo Sectional meet. Larson has stayed busy as she continues her pro career. Now competing for NYAC, she won three events. Larson was 57.91 to win the 100 breast, 2:04.71 for the 200 breast title and 49.74 to take the 100 freestyle.
Luther first won the 200 free, turning in a 1:45.68 to win by nearly 2 seconds. Her 2nd swim, the 100 fly, was arguably even more impressive. Luther blasted a 52.27 to take down the Texas State Record.
The Woodlands junior Lucie Nordmann broke a pair of Texas 6A and overall state records in prelims of the 2017 state championships.
Presenting the MP Weekly Wonders for the weekend of January 13-15, 2017.
Georgia’s Melanie Margalis will be taking on a double this morning with swims in the 100 breast and 200 IM.
Take a look at the championship final races from the fourth and final day at 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships-West in College Station, Texas.
We’ve got a couple of age group records on watch tonight, including the 13-14 girls NAG Record in the 200 fly. Regan Smith will be chasing Cassidy Bayer’s record of 1:56.01 in that event.
Watch Regan Smith’s record-breaking performances, along with all the other championship finals, from Day Three of 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships-West in College Station, Texas.
After busting out a new NAG Record in the 100 fly, 14-year-old Regan Smith wasn’t done just yet. She turned around to race in the 100 back at the end of the session, tearing through the water on her way to a 51.70 to take another top seed for finals
The men’s 50 free will feature Ryan Hoffer, who ripped an incredible 18.88 this morning.
On the women’s side, 14-year-old Regan Smith put up a highlight swim with her 1:59.13 to set herself up as the top seed for finals, just a nail ahead of Chloe Clark (1:59.16).