Like USA Swimming did with its Virtual Winter Junior Championships, Florida ran a state-wide virtual championship meet between four sites.
Both the girls and boys of Bolles School won the FHSAA 1A Swimming and Diving Championships, continuing the school’s historic winning streak.
FHSAA 1A schools held Region meets across the state as swimmers attempted to qualify to compete at the State Championship meet this weekend.
Bolles School looks primed to continue their winning streak in Florida as class 1A kicked off their first round of post-season competition.
Flood Aquatics wrapped up their week-long intrasquad meet with the 6th day of competition, consisting mainly of athletes swimming duals in their off events.
Flood Aquatics continued its impressive meet on day three of their five-day intrasquad meet, held at the King’s Academy Aquatic Center.
The first day of Flood Aquatics 5-day meet was highlighted by a best time in the 400 IM by 11-12 NAG record holder Joshua Zuchowski.
There’s no clear #1 in the current crop of sophomores. The class centers on IMs and distance free, with some strong international ties and LCM swims.
Bolles became the FHSAA 1A state champions for the 29th-consecutive time while King’s Josh Zuchowksi and So. Florida Heat’s Erika Peleaz swam historic times.
The Bolles School won both boys and girls titles in Region 1A. South Florida Heat 8th-grader Erika Pelaez is impressing in the sprints.
Joshua Zuchowski was an individual standout, winning the 200 IM (1:55.83) and 100 back (52.06) by huge margins in District 10.
National champion True Sweetser will be competing at the Gainesville sectionals this weekend alongside an all-star group of Florida HS state champions.
The 14-year old Zuchowski hit an Olympic Trials standard, and broke the 13-14 NAG Record hold by 5-time Olympic gold medalist Aaron Peirsol (above).
14 year-old Josh Zuchowski put up the 3rd-fastest 100m back ever in the 13-14 age group at the Spring Florida International Meet.
On day 3 of the Plantation Sectionals, Bruno Fratus returned to competition after receiving shoulder surgery to win the 50 free.