U.S. Trials Wave I al secondo giorno di finali in Nebraska. Katie Trace e Autumn Haebig conquistano due qualifiche alla Wave II in 2 giorni
Nebraska’s Autumn Haebig is chasing her 2nd title of the meet tonight.
Secondo giorno di batterie di qualifica ad Omaha, dove è in corso la Wave I dei Trials Olimpici USA. I primi 8 delle gare del mattino
We have a shorter prelims session on day 2, featuring only the men’s and women’s 200 free, 100 breast, and 400 IM.
After swimming her first best time in the 100 back in more than 5 years on Friday, Autumn Haebig will race as the top seed in the 200 free on Saturday.
24-year-old Megan Moroney, a former Virginia Cavalier, is the top seed in the women’s 200 back.
USA Swimming has released psych sheets for Wave I of the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials, which begin this Friday in Omaha, Nebraska.
It was her first sub-8:30 of the year, and she couldn’t have asked for a better time to post the swim.
Kayla Han ha 12 anni ed è la più giovane atleta qualificata per i Trials Olimpici USA. In un weekend ha stabilito 3 nuovi record di categoria
Kayla Han is at it again, breaking yet another 11-12 girls National Age Group Record.
Vargas touched first in 4:16.54, chipping just over 2 seconds off his previous best of 4:18.58.
Han has now become the youngest Trials qualifier of this cycle, as she will turn 13 in June.
The swim broke the previous 11-12 NAG of 4:18.41, which was held by Claire Tuggle.
12-year-old Kayla Han posted a 2:18.94 in the 200 meter fly, dropping about 1.5 seconds from November for the 2nd all-time fastest 200 fly in her age group.
12-year-old Kayla Han posted a 4:56.86 in the 400 meter IM, the 2nd fastest 400 IM ever swam by an 11-12-year-old, directly behind Olympian Elizabeth Beisel.