Lucy Thomas took down her previous 100-meter breaststroke meet record from prelims with a 1:07.63 to win Monday’s final at US Junior Nationals.
14-year-old Mellott swam a 1:08.77 100 breast in Irvine to become the 2nd all-time fastest 13-14 swimmer behind seven-time Olympic medalist Amanda Beard.
Crow Canyon’s Raya Mellott blasted a 1:09.32 100 breast this morning, placing her behind only a pair of Olympic champions in the 13-14 all time rankings.
Elmbrook Swim Club’s Lucy Thomas blasted a new lifetime best of 1:08.07 in the 100 breast to break the Juniors meet record.
Bellevue Club Swim Team’s Piper Enge dropped nearly three seconds in a time of 1:08.56, cracking the all-time top 10 in the 15-16 age group.
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Former KING Aquatic Club coach Dave Kienlen will be heading east, taking over as the new head coach of the recently-merged Poseidon-Hanover swim club.
It’s been 16 years since future Olympic champion Megan Jendrick became the youngest swimmer to go under a minute in…