The 74-member roster includes youngster Luka Mijatovic, who is coming off a standout summer that saw him set numerous NAG records for 13-14 boys.
54/1:56 breaststroker Hudson Schuricht will suit up for the Wolfpack in the 2024-25 school year.
Tess Howley swam a 200 fly best time by over a second with a 2:06.85 that would have made the 2023 World Championship ‘A’ final.
Williamson inched even closer to Kaii Winkler’s National Age Group Record on a relay lead-off Thursday night in Irvine.
Kim took off more than six-tenths from his previous best time of 51.05, which stands as the Canadian NAG record in the 13-14 age group.
Maximus Williamson led the Lakeside relay off in a best time of a 48.84, improving from his best time of 48.91 which he swam at US Nationals.
Jacoby was the fourth seed coming into the meet, entering with a seed time of 2:24.03.
Bella Sims swam a huge personal best finishing seventh in the 100 freestlye on night one in Indianapolis and was just off making Worlds.
Winkler suffered fractures in his left wrist and right elbow on Friday, as he was involved in a biking accident while heading home from morning practice.
Williamson took more than a second of his best time in the 100 freestyle to become the second-fastest boy in his age group.
17-year-old sprint star Kaii Winkler will reportedly miss U.S. Nationals this week despite appearing on the updated psych sheets in four events.
USA Swimming has posted the heat sheet for Tuesday morning’s prelims session, so let’s take a look at the scratches for the morning.
Caeleb Dressel has been the world’s best in the 50 free since 2017, but his recent leave of absence puts that reign into question this summer.
After becoming the fastest high school 100 freestyler since Ryan Hoffer, Kaii Winkler moves up to take the honor of being the #1 recruit in the nation.
The men’s 100 freestyle in America is entering a new era in which Caeleb Dressel is not the clear top dog, and other swimmers will have to step up.