15-year old Thomas Heilman (above) will lead a loaded U.S. roster to the 2022 Junior Pan Pacific Chamipionships in August.
Dare Rose had the biggest time drop percentage-wise at U.S International Trials, leading a top twenty list filled with collegiate athletes.
Trenton Julian was one of several swimmers who punched their Budapest ticket with a top four showing in the 200 free freestyle.
It was a personal best for Noble, chipping 0.47 seconds off her previous time of 1:57.07.
14-year-old Ella Cosgrove out of Tucson Ford Dealers Aquatics won the women’s 500 free tonight at the Pheonix Sectionals meet, swimming a 4:47.77.
She started out in the 100 back, where she posted a 51.98 for a decisive victory in the event.
The swim was a new top mark for Noble by 2.38 seconds, taking down her previous time of 1:57.71, which she swam last March.
Aaron Shackell, an Olympic Trials qualifier in the 200 fly, will join the Cal Bears in the fall of 2023.
Cyprus national record holder Nic Antoniou has committed to the University of California Berkeley Golden Bears starting in 2023.
Rather than racing in the mile tonight, Olympic Silver medalist Bella Sims (Sandpipers of Nevada) is racing the girls 100 free and 200 fly.
Justina Kozan is set to race the 200 back, 100 free, and 200 fly this morning, which is one of the toughest event schedules we’ve seen all week.
In a thrilling race in the 500 free last night, Rose Bowl Aquatics 17-year-old Rex Maurer, and Swim Neptune 17-year-old Keaton Jones went down to the wire.
Leah Hayes came within 0.07 seconds of breaking Alex Walsh’s NAG in the women’s 15-16 200 IM, swimming a 1:54.09.
The Sandpipers of Nevada will be out in full force this weekend, including Olympians Bella Sims and Katie Grimes scheduled to swim full slates.
Desert Mountain grabbed the win on both sides, easily outpacing the other teams despite only winning a handful of the events.