It’s a very distance-based class of current high school sophomores, including breakout open water star Bella Sims at the top of the class.
TAC 15-year-old Keelan Cotter, after winning 2 women’s events on day 1, took the women’s 200 IM in 2:16.02.
Lance Norris, a TAC 17-year-old, picked up an Olympic Trials Wave II cut in the men’s 400 IM, winning the event in 4:20.66.
A small bevy of top teens stood out at the TAC Titans site of the 2021 Tar Heel States meet this past weekend in Cary, NC.
The NCHSAA 4A Championships saw a fast swims, including a National HS Record from Claire Curzan and top times from seniors Garrett Boone and Teresa Ivan.
The TAC Titans are hosting the Polar Plunge, though the hefty majority of top swimmers racing here are their own, including NAG record-holder Claire Curzan.
On Day 1 of TAC Titans’ meet, U.S. National Team members Claire Curzan (above) and Charlotte Hook raced alongside ISL team members and age group powerhouses.
Cotter, a rising high school junior, cut half-a-second off his best time in the 200 free on Saturday evening at the TAC Titans Invitational.
2019 NORTH CAROLINA AGE GROUP SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS February 14th-17th, 2019 Triangle Aquatic Center, Cary, North Carolina 25y, prelims/finals Meet Results…
Kiley Wilhelm (above) and the SwimMAC Carolina 13-14 400 medley relay broke the National Age Group Record in the 400 medley relay: one of two teams to finish ahead of the old record in Saturday’s final.
For the 2nd time in as many days, the foursome of (L-R) Taylor Morris, Elena Dry, Keelan Cotter, and Claire Curzan combined to break a National Age Group Record in a sprint 200 free relay.
(L-R) Taylor Morris, Elena Dry, Keelan Cotter, and Claire Curzan combined to break the old National Age Group Record by more than a second.
The North Carolina Swimming Age Group Championships were held this past weekend, seeing a total of 13 state records come down. TAC Titans won the combined meet, boys meet, and girls meet, and additionally was responsible for 7 of the 13 broken records.