The 13-year-old rolled on in the 400 free tonight, dropping over six seconds from her old best to clock the win at 4:14.84, hitting an OT cut.
East Coast Aquatic Team’s Cason Wilburn has been quiet since a two-win opening night, but he’s in line for win #3 tonight after taking the top 100 fly spot.
We’ve got two true lights-out sprinters at the top of a class that’s ultimately built on distance swimmers with scary-good improvement curves.
Anthony Grimm is on the hunt for his 4th and 5th wins at the 2019 NCSA meet, this time in the 100 back and 100 fly.
Coleman Stewart, the defending 100 back NCAA champion, scratched out of the long course version of that event as well as the 100 fly for tonight’s finals session at the 2018 US Winter National Championships.
Alexis Mesina (left) become the first-ever 10 & under girl to go sub-1:08 in the 100 yard breaststroke, and she almost went sub-1:07 as well. Her teammate, Brooke Bennett (right), took 2nd in the race.
Huske (above) broke the NCSA long course record that was previously held by Gia Dalesandro, who would go on to become a Big Ten Champion at Indiana.
Ryan Vipavetz broke the NCSA meet record with a 1:59.62 swim in the men’s 200 fly.
Rick Mihm dropped over eight seconds in the 400 IM prelims on day 2 of NCSAs.
James Plage, a 15 year old from Aquabears, dropped 25 seconds to win the men’s 1500.
14-year-old Meghan Lynch posted an impressive 4:51.23 to win the women’s 400 IM.
NCAP junior stars Phoebe Bacon and Cassidy Bayer each picked up a win on the final night of competition at the 2017 NCAP Invitational.
In addition to Sheble’s second-fastest-ever swim for 13-14, Reece Whitley put up wins in the open 200 free and 100 fly on day 2 of the 2017 NCAP Invite.
2017 U.S. WINTER NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS November 29th-December 2nd Bill and Mae McCorkle Aquatic Pavilion, Columbus, OH Short Course Yards Meet…
NCAA champ Mark Szaranek has scratched the 200 IM on day 1 of U.S. Winter Nats.