NCSAs Day 5 Prelims LAST NIGHT in Orlando, Andrew Seliskar managed to smash two of his PRs while John Shebat (Seliskar’s teammate) held…
Andrew Seliskar again won twice, and moves to #4 all-time for 17-18-year-olds in the 200 breaststroke with a 2:12.82.
Enter Seliskar, who swam a time of 20.38, a time which would prove to be fast on most relays in the NCAA, solidifying their chances at a record. Jones came home in 20.04.
NCAP has now 5 National Age Group Record breakers in one day.
Texas commit John Shebat went lifetime-bests in the 100 back and 200 IM to lead Oakton to the region title for boys.
Andrew Seliskar is on the cusp of Tom Shields’s 200 fly National Age Group record for the 17-18 division after his big prelims swim.
2014 ONTARIO JUNIOR INTERNATIONAL Toronto – Toronto Pan Am Sports Centre December 5-7 Psych Sheets Live Results Prelims – 9:30…
Nation’s Capital senior John Shebat has signed on to join the Texas Longhorns for next season, giving a young team another fast-rising youngster to be excited about.
Nation’s Capital went 3:12.58 to break the 15-18 National Age Group record set by SwimMAC, with Carsten Vissering (pictured above) joining John Shebat, Andrew Seliskar and James Jones.
Andrew Seliskar dominated the 200 IM and returned to put up a key leg on NCAP’s record-breaking 400 medley relay at the end of night 5 at NCSA Junior Nationals.
It’s high school championship season in several parts of the country. That means fast swimming, and often from names you…
Janet Hu won two events to power Oakton to the girls title, while James Jones and James Murphy took two individual titles each and combined for two relays in Robinson’s boys region victory.
Andrew Seliskar and NCAP broke the 15-16 National Age Group Record in the men’s 400 medley relay by 6 seconds on Friday night. (Photo: Anne Lepesant)