Australian Kaylee McKeown will be gunning for her first gold medal of the Youth Olympics tonight in the women’s 50 backstroke.
Rising Swedish star Sara Junevik comes into the women’s 100 fly as the #1 seed and will begin her pursuit of the sprint double after winning the 50 on day 4.
All the fields remain in tact for tonight’s finals in Buenos Aires, save for the men’s 100m back, where Norwegian swimmer Tomoe Hvas has given up his spot in the final to instead go all-in on the 200m IM.
USA Swimming recognized a record-breaking 1,622 swimmers who go above and beyond in the pool and the classroom for the…
California diver Charlotte Bowen from Dana Hills High School and Crown Valley Divers has verbally committed to the University of Virginia for 2019-20.
Austin, Texas sprinter Emma Wheal has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Virginia for 2019-20.
This year’s #1 is among the best in her class in all four strokes.
Ella Collins from Austin Swim Club and L.C. Anderson High School in Austin, Texas has verbally committed to the University of Virginia for 2019-20.
Jennifer Bell from Pelham Memorial High School and High Dive Champions has made a verbal commitment to the University of Virginia for 2019-20.
Caroline Kulp of Virginia Gators and Patrick Henry High School in Roanoke, Virginia, has verbally committed to UVA for 2019-20.
Katie Cronin of Gainesville, Florida’s Buchholz High School and Gator Swim Club has verbally committed to the University of Virginia for 2019-20.
Gretchen Walsh had already been faster than the 15-16 National Age Group record, while she was 14.
Kate Douglass of Pelham Memorial High School and Chelsea Piers Aquatic Club has verbally committed to swim for the University of Virginia beginning in the fall of 2019.
SwimSwam has put together a list of the fastest 8 swimmers in each event from the two meets combined.