Four swimmers and one diver with ties to Florida State will be in action at the 19th World Championships.
Follow along here for live coverage of the fourth and final night of competition at the 2022 Southern Zone South Sectionals.
Andrew qualified for the final in third place with a 2:20.81, which is roughly 9 seconds slower than his 2021 PB of 2:11.32.
Follow along as Natalie Hinds contests the 50 free Katie Ledecky the 400 free, and the trio of Dressel, Fratus, and Andrew battle it out in the 50.
After hitting 1:56.09 during prelims, follow along here to see if Katie Ledecky will get under 1:56 during tonight’s 200 freestyle final.
Teen standout Hwang Sun-woo has been selected as one of South Korea’s flag-bearers for the 2020 opening ceremony that will take place on Friday, July 23.
BVI will have sprinter Elinah Phillip be their flag bearer, and Honduras will have breaststroker Julio Horrego as their flag bearer.
There were also a number of national records broken at the meet.
The swim by Erika Pelaez ranks her as the 3rd-fastest American 13-14 in the history of the 100 free and gives her a pass to the faster Wave 2 Olympic Trials.
Alia Atkinson (above) and Julia Podkoscielny were the stars of the show on day 1 of the Plantation Piranhas Senior Invite.
Sara Stotler of Planet Swim Aquatics nabbed her first Olympic Trials cut on Friday at the split-site Southern Zone Southern Sectional Championships.
World record holder Alia Atkinson (pictured) took on three events over the weekend in Plantation, Florida.
Vargas, who trains with Azura Florida Aquatics, broke a 38-year old LSC Record in the 500 free that was previously held by an Olympic gold medalist.
Two of Florida’s top teams squared off in a dual meet last weekend that featured an Olympian, US National Team member, and a US Junior National Team member.
High school junior Juan Mora hit three personal-bests and Jamaican Olympian Alia Atkinson won three events at the South Florida Aquatic Club intrasquad meet.