Watch Jake Foster and the rest of the junior national champions from Day 2 at 2017 Speedo Junior National Championships.
We’ve seen young U.S. breaststrokers Reece Whitley and Michael Andrew grow into the great swimmers they are today, and we’re continuing to…
15-year-old Kate Douglass is in the championship final of the 100 free.
Magnolia Aquatic Club’s Lucie Nordmann is top seed in the girls 200 back on Day 2 of USA Swimming’s 2017 Speedo Junior National Championships in East Meadow, New York.
There was only one scratch on Day 1, and it wasn’t Jake Foster. He will be in the A finals of both the 200 fly and the 100 breast.
U.S. World Champs team member Dakota Luther will lead the opening event, the girls 200 fly, on Tuesday morning.
17-year-old Reece Whitley is poised to break the 1-minute barrier in the 100 breast.
Foster, just 15, was the difference maker for the Mason Manta Rays.
The highest profile swimmer is Louisville alum and Ohio native Andrea Cottrell– she’s the top seed in the 100 and 200 breast by a landslide, and she’s getting some racing in before heading to World University Games in Taipei.
Chase Kalisz will contest his best event tonight, the 400 IM, and look to add his name to the U.S. World Championship roster.
Keep up to date with day 1 prelims at the Arena Pro Swim Series in Austin.
Michael Andrew of Race Pace Club is the top qualifier in both the men’s 200 IM and 50 free for Day 5 finals at 2016 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Olivia Calegan dropped a total of 7 seconds in the 200 breast to finish 3rd on Day 4 at 2016 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Drew Kibler of Carmel Swim Club led the qualifiers in the 200 free on Day 4 of 2016 Speedo Junior Nationals in Minneapolis.