14-year old Claire Tuggle (above) was one of three high-point award winners at Junior Nationals.
Jacob McDonald (1:54.30), Jake Foster (1:51.25), Carson Foster (1:49.50), and Adam Chaney (1:51.69) combined for 7:26.74 to take 9.7 seconds off their seed time and erase a meet record of 7:28.28 set by Indiana University Swim Team in 2014.
Relive the excitement of Day 2 finals at 2018 Speedo Junior Nationals in Irvine, California.
Louser closed well in 59.69 to seal the win in 4:18.59, dropping his previous best of 4:20.70 (set at Nationals) to move into the top-25 all-time in the 17-18 age group
Day Two finals at 2018 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Carson Foster highlights the men’s 200 back field at day 2 finals of the 2018 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Brothers Jake and Carson Foster will swim side-by-side in the final heat of the 400 IM this morning, with younger brother Carson also leading the 200 back heats.
Last weekend, Jason Louser dropped four seconds off his long course 400 IM time, adding up to seven seconds dropped this season in that race.
Gormley dropped over four seconds Saturday night and now sits behind only Madelyn Donohoe and Regan Smith in the ranks of 16-year-old women nation-wide.
Kristin Cornish, a 14 year old out of Westchester Aquatic Club, dropped a massive best time to win the women’s 800 free.
Jason Louser of Long Island Aquatic Club and Shoreham Wading River High School has verbally committed to the Cal class of 2023.
The Class of 2019 isn’t an immediate-impact class on the men’s side, but it’s loaded with fast-rising talents.
Ireland’s Brendan Hyland entered new terrirory for his nation en route to gold in the men’s 200m fly tonight in Dublin.
Thursday night finals will feature the 200 free, 50 breast, 400 IM, 50 fly, and 400 free relay. 13 year old Claire Tuggle is seeded 1st in the women’s 200 free.
13-year-old Claire Tuggle took over 14th spot on the all-time 13-14 200 free rankings, one spot ahead of Katie Ledecky.