Connecticut, the home state of U.S. National Team swimmer Kieran Smith (above), has said that pools will reopen in Phase 2 of the state’s coronavirus…
Our top four classes are unbelievably loaded, including a World Champs silver medalist and a World Junior champ, among many others.
U.S. Open will feature some top junior swimmers, including Olympic contenders like Carson Foster & Luca Urlando as well as fast risers like Hunter Armstrong.
The final session of the meet will feature the 200 IM, 50 free, women’s 1500, men’s 800, and the 4×100 medley relays.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the striking and fierce races on Day 3 at the 2019 US Junior National Championships.
Justina Kozan is the top seed in the women’s 200 free on Friday morning at U.S. Speedo Junior Nationals in Palo Alto, California.
Colby Mefford scratched the 100 fly final to concentrate on the 400 free and it paid off as he scorched the B final and landed his Olympic Trials cut.
Miranda Heckman of the Pleasanton Seahawks will look to add to her win tally in the 400 free tonight after she claimed the 100 free title last night.
James Plage shone in the 1500 freestyle final on Tuesday night, coming within 3/10 of setting a new meet record.
SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture all of the emotional and energetic reactions of swimmers on Day 1 at the 2019 US Junior National Championships.
Plage had a best time of 15:26.64, which he had swum just about 2 weeks ago at the Connecticut Senior Champs
Douglass again set a new personal best with her 100 fly win.
Weather has played an integral part in the makeup of Saturday night’s finals session, with several teams opting to leave Greensboro before the worst of the winter storm hits.
James Plage, a 15 year old from Aquabears, dropped 25 seconds to win the men’s 1500.
Kate Hazlett, a 17 year old from Greenwich YMCA Dolphins, was a double event winner, taking the women’s 200 back and 50 free.