In his last meet before aging up, Sam Marsteiner posted two nation-leading times at the WAVE Quad Meet earlier this month in Cary, North Carolina.
Luka Mijatovic set seven personal bests last weekend, including a 500-yard freestyle victory that made him the fastest 13-year-old boy in American history.
Tokyo Olympic silver medalist Erica Sullivan (above) is the top seed in the first event of the Pro Swim Series in Mission Viejo: the women’s 1500 free.
USC commit Daniel Matheson is a massive get for the Trojans, with elite abilities across freestyle, butterfly and IM.
Emma Nordin of Arizona State swam her first 1650 in over a year as she swam to victory during the first day of the Phoenix Sectionals.
Cal’s class of rising seniors – led by sprinter Ryan Hoffer – is an elite group. But so are Stanford’s incoming freshmen, including flyer Andrei Minakov.
The incoming freshman class for NCAA swimming & diving is deep with distance swimmers, including 15:03 miler Lleyton Plattel.
Pleasanton Seahawk and Arizona State commit Lleyton Plattel swept the 200, 500 and 1650 freestyles at the Monterey Park Sectional meet in California.
Top-seeded Anna Keating of Machine Aquatics has scratched out of heats of the 100 breaststroke on Friday morning at U.S. Junior Nationals.
Katie Ledecky clocked a time of 3:59.28 tonight in the women’s 400 freestyle, moving past Ariarne Titmus (3:59.66) for #1 in the world this year.
Katie Ledecky made her first appearance at the Santa Clara International this morning, putting up the top time in the women’s 400 free (4:02.44).
Tessa Cieplucha and Lleyton Plattel took the 800 free wins on night one of the Santa Clara International meet on Thursday.
Lleyton Plattel, who placed 4th in the 500 free at the 2018 California State Championships, has opted out of the 2019 meet.
Since our last look at the records back in July of 2015, only 2 of the 10 oldest NAG records have been broken, but there’s a fresh class of contenders hungry to get their names in the history books.
Watch as Katie Ledecky and Jordan Wilimovsky qualify for 2020 Olympic Trials and win their respective races by over 13 seconds.