We kick off our expanded rankings of the incoming freshman classes for NCAA swimming & diving with our 13th- through 16th-ranked programs.
Six of these eight Roadmaps women have won the Olympic or World 50 free title in their career. Who are they and who shows the most potential towards 2021?
This is perhaps the best recruiting class we’ve ever ranked, with instant-impact swimmers in back, breast and fly. World record-holder Regan Smith sits #1.
U.S. National Team swimmer Isabelle Stadden finished her meet with a win in the 200 back which was her 3rd individual victory of the weekend.
35-year old Cullen Jones, a two-time Olympic gold medalist, is scheduled to swim his first race since the spring of 2018 this weekend in Wisconsin.
Julianna Stephens from Roswell High School and SwimAtlanta plans to swim for the University of Georgia in the fall.
12 of last year’s top 13 Americans are entered in the 400 IM this week in Atlanta. That includes 17-year-old national champ Emma Weyant & star Katie Ledecky.
Parker, a high school senior, was the fifth-fastest American woman in the long course 50 free last season.
Meg Harris of Australia topped off her World Junior Championships campaign with a 50m free bronze behind Americans Gretchen Walsh and Maxine Parker.
El croata Franko Grgic ha arrebatado el récord del mundo junior al australiano Mack Horton con un tiempo de 14:46.09, frente a los 14:51.55 de Horton.
The United States won five of the eleven finals on the last night of competition in Budapest, bringing their total to 18 gold medals.
USA’s Gianluca Urlando is the top seed in the men’s 200 fly on Sunday night in Budapest. He will be gunning for the World Junior Record
Maxine Parker of USA shaved off an additional 0.21 seconds and moved up two spots to become the second fastest 17-18 50m freestyler of all-time.
Walsh took nine hundredths off of SImone Manuel’s 15-16 NAG record in the 50 free, which was set in 2013 at the World Championships.
Can Luca Urlando take down Kristof Milak’s Championships Record of 1:53.87 and World Junior Record of 1:53.79 in Sunday night’s 200 fly final? Stay tuned