USA Swimming has announced a roster of 13 18-and-under swimmers who will travel to the 2016 FINA World Cup stops…
Joy Field, of Magnolia Aquatic Club and Magnolia High School, has elected to stay in-state and will swim for Texas A&M in the fall of 2017.
Magnolia Aquatic Club swimmers earned Five Medals from the Jr. Pan Pacific Championships in Hawaii
Watch Marie-Sophie Harvey and the rest of the winners on the final day of competition at 2016 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Maui.
Watch all the races from Day 2 finals at Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships in Maui.
American Cassidy Bayer dominated the women’s 200 butterfly winning the event by almost four seconds on the first evening of the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships…
Watch Anya Goeders win the 50 free, as well as all the other races from the final day of competition at 2016 Speedo Summer Juniors in Minneapolis.
Carmel Swim Club’s Sammie Burchill won the 200 IM on the final night of competition at 2016 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Dakota Luther, who won the 200 fly on Day 1, qualified third for the 100 fly final on Day 3 at 2016 Speedo U.S. Junior Nationals.
Zoe Bartel of Fort Collins Area Swim Team broke the Speedo Junior Nationals meet record in the 100 breast on Monday night, winning the event with 1:08.11.
USA Swimming has come calling on the Magnolia Aquatic Club (MAC) with the selection of Joy Field, Lucie Nordmann, and Head Coach Terry Jones for the Junior Pan Pacific Championships set to take place in Maui, Hawaii at the end of August.
For the second straight year, it’s a York YMCA swimmer atop our girls high school recruiting rankings. Last year it was Meghan Small, this time it’s Courtney Harnish (pictured) holding the top value on the recruiting market.
While most of us had our eyes on the U.S. Olympic Team Trials over the weekend of July 1-4, there were a few other meets going on around the country that produced big swims. Take a look at our Weekly Wonders for July 6, 2016.
Look here for race videos from day 5 of this year’s NCSA Spring Junior National Championships.
23 American swimmers aged 17 and under, including Claire Adams (pictured above) would have scored points in the ‘A’ or ‘B’ finals at this weekend’s 2016 Women’s NCAA Division I Championships.