Oakton’s state championship 400 free relay team celebrates a great meet that wrapped up with a team state title.
Megan Byrnes (left) and Isabella Rongione (right) were among 5 swimmers we spoke to after their great 200 free battle at the 2014 VHSL 6A State Championship meet.
Janet Hu ended her high school career with more state titles in Virginia.
Janet Hu won two events to power Oakton to the girls title, while James Jones and James Murphy took two individual titles each and combined for two relays in Robinson’s boys region victory.
Janet Hu, a Stanford commit, very nearly went her best time in prelims of her high school regional championship meet, and she’s still got many tries left to chase records.
Allie Szekely took the 200 back and 200 IM to close out the Tom Dolan Invite Sunday night.
The 800 free relay of the Nation’s Capital Swim Club has broken the National Age Group Record in the 15-18 800 yard free relay.
A foursome of 13-14 girls from NCAP knocked four seconds off of the old NAG Record in the 800 free relay on Friday. (Photo Courtesy: Lance Gwennap)
13-year old Isabella Rongione is the youngest swimmer at this year’s World Championship Trials, and Erika Erndl (above) is the oldest. (Photo: Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
The Oakton Girls are the 2013 Virginia AAA State Champions. (Photo Courtesy: Matt Rees)
Janet Hu and Philip Hu at the 2013 Virginia State Swim Meet. (Photo Credit: Matt Rees)
Matt Rees interviews freshman phenom Megan Byrnes. (Photo Courtesy: ©Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com)
Parker Ramsdell speaks after his girls’ team won the Northern VA Regional Championship.
Janet Hu (above) and Andrew Seliskar were swimming in high school action on Saturday in a record-setting night in Northern VA. (Photo Courtesy: Matt Rees)