With two days left of competition at U.S. Olympic Trials Wave I, this morning’s prelims session features the 400 freestyle, 100 butterfly and 200 backstroke.
Trials USA Ad Omaha si è conclusa la terza mattina di batterie di qualifica della Wave I. I primi due delle Finali A avanzeranno alla Wave II
Whitfield came in with a 200 backstroke lifetime best of 1:49.50, which he first dropped down to 1:47.39 in prelims.
14-year-old Sidney Arcella claimed the top spot in the 50 free, on the first night of the Eastern Zone Sectional Championships, finishing in a time of 23.33.
The Christianburg Sectionals concluded on Sunday, with Nation’s Capital sweeping the team awards.
Forst is now the 4th-fastest high school-aged 200 butterflier in the country this season.
17-year-old Preston Forst (Enfinity Aquatic Club) was the night’s sole double event winner, taking home gold in the men’s 100 fly and 500 free.
Virginia freshman Zach Fong may have done what it takes for his family to see him swim the 200 fly at NCAAs, clocking the 26th fastest time in the event at yesterday’s last chance meet at Ohio State.
Virginia Tech hosted fellow ACC team Virginia along with Towson Unversity for a two day tri-meet at Christiansburg Aquatic Center.
The #3 Cavalier women and 9-0 Hokies men lead after day one of tri-meet brawling at Virginia Tech.
Ned Skinner’s Hokies took both men’s meets and beat the Kentucky women.
There was competitive swimming across the board on Day 1
The Virginia Tech Hokies defeated Queens and Richmond to win their home opener Friday night in Christiansburg, VA.