With 42 rising stars set to represent the United States on their home soil, the 2017 FINA World Junior Championships open in just one week in Indianapolis.
Carson Foster made the top 8 in five different events.
We’ve seen young U.S. breaststrokers Reece Whitley and Michael Andrew grow into the great swimmers they are today, and we’re continuing to…
Arizona’s Brad Tandy cracked the 22-second barrier to win the 50 free on night 5.
For South African Brad Tandy, who was cost a trip to the World Championships by visa issues, Sunday’s 50 free will be his proving ground for the year.
Race Pace Club’s Michael Andrew, third this morning with 2:02.35, bowed out of the A final of the 200 IM to concentrate on the 50 free.
World record-holder Ryan Lochte will swim the 200 IM in heats on the final day of the 2017 U.S. Open
Olympic champion Ryan Lochte will swim in his first final of a USA Swimming meet since the Rio incident.
Cassidy Bayer headlines the field in the women’s 100 fly on day 3 of the U.S. Open.
Probably the biggest story that swim fans are expecting is a first look at Ryan Lochte racing since his Rio suspension.
Though he didn’t end up making his comeback earlier this month at the L.A. Invite, Ryan Lochte is slated to swim the U.S. Open next week. You can see full psych sheets here.
China’s Qin Haiyang has lowered his own junior world record in the 200 IM, going 1:57.06 to take 6th in the World Champs final.
Budding multi-event stars Michael Andrew and Regan Smith will lead Team USA’s roster for the 2017 World Junior Championships, which will take place in Indianapolis, Indiana in August. Andrew is set to swim upwards of 6 total events and Smith 5.
Mallory Comerford was one of several swimmers who had stand out meets last week at the 2017 U.S. Nationals and World Championships Trials.
Despite a controversial DQ in the 400 IM that kept her off the World Champs team, Ella Eastin will lead the World University Games team in the 200 IM and 200 fly.