After winning a silver medal at the World Championships in the 800 free relay, Alex Shackell emerges as our #1 recruit in the girls’ HS class of 2025.
After breaking the 200 fly meet record on night 1, Tess Howley swam a 1:59.94 flying start 200 free helping Long Island Aquatic Club break another record.
USA Swimming has posted the heat sheet for Tuesday morning’s prelims session, so let’s take a look at the scratches for the morning.
Also highlighting the final night in Charlotte was Tess Howley who won the women’s 200 back and set a personal best by two seconds.
Tonight’s events are the girls’ 400 IM, 50 breast, and 100 back, while the boys will compete in the 200 free, 50 breast, and 200 fly.
Tess Howley was among the standouts for the Long Island Aquatic Club (LIAC) earlier this month in East Meadow.
Some very impressive swims have been produced by age group swimmers across the country as the 2022-23 short course season rolls on.
Ferris has led the Long Island Aquatic Club to an exceptional month, led by 17-year-old Cavan Gormsen (pictured).
The meet featured a trio of current and former Junior National Team members, along with multiple top ranked swimmers in both the area and country.
University of Virginia commit Cavan Gormsen snuck under the Junior Nationals standard in the 200 fly during the MR LIAC Summertime Classic Invitational.
Howley now ranks 14th all-time in the girls’ 15-16 age group in the SCY 100 fly.
At the 2020 MR LIAC Cappy’s Big Race Invite, Long Island Aquatic Club’s Cavan Gormsen led a slew of fast swims, putting up a 4:43.85 in the 500 freestyle.
JuanCarlos Castrillon led a big charge by the Long Island Aquatic Club distance group on day 1 of the 2019 NCAP Invitational.