Il quarto e ultimo incontro delle TYR Pro Swim Series 2021 si svolgerà la prossima settimana a Indianapolis, Indiana. Gli atleti iscritti
We discussed Jacoby’s ascension to becoming an Olympic contender, something she’s certainly thought of but isn’t putting pressure on herself about
The first full session of finals starts this morning in Mission Viejo, with Caeleb Dressel, Katie Ledecky and Lilly King among the top competitors.
17-year-old Alaskan native Lydia Jacoby threw down a 1:06.38 to rank No. 3 all-time 17-18 and No. 14 US all-time following her 1:06.99 from prelims.
Jacoby clocked a 1:06.99 to qualify second behind only World Record-holder Lilly King into today’s final, taking down her old personal best of 1:07.57.
Melanie Margalis, the top seed in the women’s 400 IM, is among the headliners on Thursday evening in Mission Viejo.
A high caliber of competitors will be back in action this week at the 2021 Pro Swim Series stop #3 in Mission Viejo, California.
Claire Curzan helped lead the TAC Titans to the SCY overall title, winning the girls’ 100 free, 100 back and 100 fly.
As was the case in San Antonio, a star-studded field of the country’s fastest swimmers have entered to swim at PSS Mission Viejo.
Kennedy Noble of the YMCA Westside Silver Fins had four event wins to take women’s high-point honors at the Phoenix Sectionals.
Grant House leads a contingent of ASU swimmers competing at the Phoenix Sectional meet. House won the 100 Free and 200 IM last night
Dylan Carter is among the big names who have pulled out of the San Antonio stop of the Pro Swim Series, per updated psych sheets released Tuesday.
Last weekend saw some of the top female breaststrokers in the country posted some of the best times of their careers, led by Lydia Jacoby and Zoe Skirboll.
53.7/1:58.7 backstroker Meghan DiMartile from Upper Dublin Aquatic Club has announced her verbal commitment to Texas for the 2022-23 school year.
The Texas Longhorns are loading up on breaststrokers, with Junior National Teamer and Junior National Champion Lydia Jacoby joining the class of 2022.