NOVA of Virginia 17-year-old Zoe Dixon capped her individual racing off phenomenally, storming to victory in the women’s 200 IM with a 2:12.62.
The swim marked a truly massive personal best for Bognar, who entered the meet with a lifetime best of 2:18.66, which she swam in May of this year.
Olena Sadovska of Broadview Heights, Ohio has announced her verbal commitment to swim at Ohio State as a member of their class of 2022.
This year marks the first edition of the Olympic Games that will feature the women’s 1500 free.
Claire Curzan has a class-best time in three different strokes. But this recruiting class is rising up around her in breaststroke and distance freestyle, too.
While most of the sport in the US was focused on the NCAA Championships and other collegiate meets, there were 66 new Trials cuts achieved in the last 3 weeks
Apple’s swim was his first under 49 seconds this year, inching him closer to his lifetime best of 47.69.
King’s 1:05.32 is faster than her top times from 2020 (1:05.74) and 2018 (1:05.36), but was about a second off her lifetime best of 1:04.13.
King used her speed to get out to an early lead in the race, splitting 1:07.71 on the first 100, while Lazor touched in 1:09.68 at the halfway mark.
Nova of Virginia Aquatics and Inspire Swim Team captured the team titles at the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite over the weekend.
The final night of the 2021 NCSA Spring Championships has 5 events scheduled: the 50 free, 200 IM, 50 fly, 1650 free, and 400 medley relay.
Only 2 top-24 seeded swimmers have scratched an event heading into the 5th and final day of the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite.
Catch up on the 2021 NCSA Spring Invite by watching race videos from night 4 of racing, including a double win from Letitia Sim.
Joshua Zuchowski was the only swimmer in the top-16 to scratch an event tonight, dropping his spot in the 100 breast ‘B’ final to focus on the 100 fly.
Claire Dafoe of NOVA of Virginia had a breakthrough swim in the 500 free prelims, going under 4:45 for the first time.