On the final night of the IN Senior Championships, Indiana’s Gabriel Fantoni roared to a new personal best of 52.05 in the men’s 100 fly.
Olympian Bella Sims headlines the top 20 NCAA swimming recruits in the high school graduating class of 2023 – a strong distance class that is rising fast.
Regan Smith has been Team USA’s top female backstroker since 2019, but the gap she once had over her American competition has narrowed.
After falling to third at the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials, Regan Smith is out to reclaim her spot as the top American woman in the 200 backstroke.
Sandpipers Olympian Katie Grimes is one of three American girls on the US national team who will be eligible to compete in Kazan in August.
After crushing the boys 13-14 NAG in the 200 fly this morning, Thomas Heilman is on the hunt for his 14th NAG in the past 11 days.
This morning’s prelims session will feature the 200 back, 100 free, 200 breast, and 200 fly.
Olympians Ryan Murphy (left) and Caeleb Dressel (right) were among the 51 women and 63 men that will make up the 2021-22 National Team roster.
16-year-old Jo Jo Ramey (pictured) enters the women’s 100 back on Day 4 in Greensboro riding the hot hand after winning the 200 on Wednesday.
Indiana Swim Club’s Brendan Burns crushed his lifetime best 200 free time from 2018 Summer Nationals by more than one second to win the event with a 1:50.14.
16-year-old Jo Jo Ramey lowered her best time down to 2:08.90 in second, moving up from 11th to sixth in the 15-16 age group.
Michael Andrew has a chance to become the third man in history under 1:55 in tonight’s final of the men’s 200 IM in Omaha.
Pelaez jumps up from 15th to ninth with her performance, finishing 23rd overall in her first Olympic Trials appearance.
This morning’s women’s session features seven-time World Champs gold medalist Mallory Comerford leading the 100 freestyle.
Racing in a long course time trial on Tuesday before the start of the Winter Junior Championships – East, 14-year old JoJo Ramey booked her ticket to Omaha.