The 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships for the East and West are now complete. We’ve gone through the results of each meet and put together lists of the top 8 swimmers in each event from the 2 meets combined.
Watch Madison Homovich’s winning 1650 free, as well as all the other championship final races, from the final day of competition at 2016 U.S. Winter Junior Championships-East in Columbus, Ohio.
In the 200 breast, Reece Whitley will be making a run at his own 15-16 NAG Record.
Kibler led the field with a 42.99, making him the 2nd fastest 15-16 swimmer of all time in the event. Tonight, he’ll be going after Ryan Hoffer’s 15-16 NAG Record of 42.67.
Carmel Swim Club’s Drew Kibler will take on the 200 free and 100 back tonight.
Despite trailing Nicolas Albiero at the halfway point, Reece Whitley burst into the lead with his 29.53 breaststroke split on the was to a 1:43.93 victory in the 200 IM.
Watch Reece Whitley win the 200 IM, and all the other championship finals, from Day 2 of the U.S. Winter Junior Championships-East in Columbus, Ohio.
Watch Eva Merrell win the 100 fly, and all the other races from Day 3 of the 2016 Junior Pan Pacific Championships.
Zane Grothe will be in lane 4 in the men’s 800 heat that will be contested in finals on the final day of competition at 2016 U.S. Open in Minneapolis.
Madisyn Cox is the top seed in the women’s 200 IM on the final day of competition at 2016 U.S. Open Championships in Minneapolis.
Cardinal Aquatics/Louisville’s Mallory Comerford was the fastest qualifier for the women’s 100 meter freestyle final and will battle Australia’s Shayna Jack for the U.S. Open title on Day 1.
The 2016 U.S. Open got underway Tuesday morning with the preliminary heats of the women’s and men’s 200 fly and 100 free. The slower heats of Olympic distance events (w800, m1500) will begin this afternoon.
North Carolina Aquatic Club president, and UNC head coach, Rich DeSelm (above) announced the program’s new hire on Monday.
All of tonight’s A finals remain intact, including a showdown between Cullen Jones, Anthony Ervin, Josh Schneider, and Santo Condorelli in the men’s 50 free.
23 American swimmers aged 17 and under, including Claire Adams (pictured above) would have scored points in the ‘A’ or ‘B’ finals at this weekend’s 2016 Women’s NCAA Division I Championships.