It’s our annual prospect ranks for the current sophomores, led by two swimmers from the same club. Need an IMer? You’re in luck, because this class is loaded.
Bell, a sophomore, was the champion in both the 200 IM and 100 free. She now has back-to-back state titles in the 200 IM.
Janelle Rudolph (pictured) and Aiden Hayes were high point winners at 2019 Speedo Winter Junior Championships – West.
We have put together the top eight finishers from Day 3 in each Speedo Winter Junior Championships final, combining results from the two meets.
Justina Kozan rocked the competition in the 400 IM tonight, clocking a winning time of 4:05.67, the only finisher under 4:10.
After winning the 200 IM title on Thursday by a tenth, Isabelle Stadden will race the 100 back as the top seed on Friday morning.
Four-time World Juniors gold medalist Justina Kozan is one of two standout 15-year-olds heading our list of swimmers to watch at West Juniors.
Tim Connery and Tristen Ulett, pictured above, won the high point awards at Juniors. The swimmers earned 74 and 79 points, respectively.
The top six women matched or went under the OT cut, led by 15-year-old Lucy Bell, the latest breakout swimmer out of Fort Collins Area Swim Team
Rye Ulett of Dynamo Swim Club dropped nearly 2 seconds in the 100 fly on Thursday at Speedo Junior Nationals.
Tonight’s finals will include the 400 freestyle, 100 butterfly, and the men’s 800 freestyle relay, which will swim four heats in a timed final.
Day 3 prelims of the 2019 Speedo Junior National Championships will feature only two events: the 400 freestyle and the 100 butterfly.
Grace Sheble (NOVA of Virginia) is the top seed in the women’s 200 fly tonight. She was 2:11.50 for the best time in prelims.
This morning’s session will feature preliminary heats of the women’s and men’s 200 butterfly and women’s and men’s 100 breaststroke.