In this post, we’ll be looking over some of the great swims from day 2 of the 2022 U.S. International Team Trials that may have been overlooked.
Katie Ledecky secured a spot on the US World Championship team for the fifth time on night 1 of 2022 International Trials.
Among his many victories at the meet, Heilman posted a 1:36.65 200 freestyle to get within half a second of his national age group record.
NCAP 17-year-old Camille Spink posted a best time to win the women’s 100 free convincingly.
On the 2nd day of the NCAP Invite, the senior girls put up times that rivaled those we’re seeing at the Speedo Winter Junior Championships in NC and TX.
Camille Spink is one of many top-tier female freestylers set to compete at the NCAP Invitational in College Park.
Charlotte Hook will join Stanford in the fall of 2022 with NCAA-ready times in five events.
Bloebaum picked up four individual wins, including moving into the all-time top-10 in the 17-18 age group with a 52.60 100 butterfly.
USA Swimming has named 22 girls and 21 boys to the National Junior Team that will represent the U.S. at the 2021 FINA Swimming World Cup this fall.
Lucy Bell, the #7 recruit in the high school class of 2022, had announced her intention to swim at Stanford University.
Olympic Trials Wave II semi-finalist Kayla Wilson has announced her verbal commitment to Stanford University for 2022-23.
#8 seed Keir Ogilvie dropped the 200 fly after placing 3rd in the 100 fly on Saturday with a lifetime best time of 53.28. This was his last event of the meet.
Sanchez would have gone in as second seed in the 100 backstroke final, having cracked the FINA A during prelims with a 59.78.
Maggie Macneil, the 4th fastest 100-meter butterflier in the world this season, will race the 100 fly at the 2021 Canadian Olympic Trials Saturday morning.
Times to earn a second swim were faster in two of the three events that had previously been contested, and we have a starting point for a new Olympic event.