At the Georgia 14&U state meet, Gwinnett Aquatics’ Baylor Stanton took 0.02 off the 13-14 100 IM LSC record, becoming the No. 2 13-year-old ever at 52.97.
Aikins, a UVA commit, broke 20 seconds in the opening round before rattling off three more swims of 20.14, 20.22 and 20.20.
18-year-old Jack Aikins won the boys’ 200 freestyle in a new best time of 1:36.10, and tied his prelim PB to win the 100 backstroke in 47.49.
The 16-year-old took more than four seconds off his best time, moving to 10th all-time in the age group along with breaking Gunnar Bentz’s LSC record.
Nathaniel Stoffle, Preston Lin, Kamal Muhammad and Peter Sacca combined to break the 2015 NAG that was held by an NCAP team with some very familiar names.
In addition to the 200 medley relay NAG, the Spartans also claimed the boys’ 800 free relay in a time of 6:49.19.
Haughey holds the high school class of 2022’s fastest 1000 free, and he’s one of the best LCM swimmers in the class, too.
Racing in practice suits, a number of Spartans Aquatic Club swimmers are coming out of quarantine faster than they went in.
The intrasquad meet in the suburbs of Atlanta is one the first sanctioned USA Swimming event since March of this year.
Virginia head coach Todd DeSorbo has landed the first class of 2022 commitment since the recruiting period opened 11 days ago.
Matthew Fallon (above) is the #3 recruit in the class of 2021 and still hasn’t made his college decision yet. He already has NCAA-worthy times.
University of Florida commit is scheduled to swim 3 races on Friday after missing the 50 free on Thursday, where he was the #1 seed.
Georgia commit Ian Grum won 2 events at the Atlanta Swimming Association summer league championship meet, including a lifetime best in the 100 free.
After a bunch of classes in a row loaded with 200 freestylers, 2021 is decidedly sprintier, led by a pair of Swiss Army Knife multi-stroke sprinters.
The Jamaican Olympian won the 100 breaststroke in about the same time as what she swam in March of last year.