Beryl Gastaldello (above) swam at the Speedo Sectional in College Station after a recent move to train with Coley Stickels’ pro group at Texas Ford Aquatics.
McKenzie Siroky, who will play NCAA hockey beginning in the fall of 2023, broke Miranda Tucker’s MHSAA 100 breast record in 1:00.48.
Plymouth senior Brady Kendall broke the MHSAA record in the girls’ 100 fly, clocking 53.35 to erase the mark of 53.73 set by Morgan Kraus in 2017.
Daiya Seto was among the top performers of the ISL regular season, but he’ll be absent from the playoffs after his Frog Kings club was eliminated.
Entering her senior season, Maggie MacNeil is the defending NCAA champion in both the women’s 100 freestyle and 100 butterfly.
Fresh off her Olympic debut in Tokyo, 14-year-old Eneli Jefimova took 1.5 seconds off her best 200 SCM breast time to break the Estonian National Record.
The DC Trident held off a push from Iron in the skins to win their first-ever ISL match in exhilarating fashion, with both clubs advancing to the playoffs.
Match eight will feature season one champions Energy Standard, re-loaded with Sarah Sjostrom, against the London Roar, LA Current, and the Tokyo Frog Kings.
Daiya Seto won two events for the Tokyo Frog Kings on Day 1 and is entered in his best event, the 400 IM, on Day 2.
The NY Breakers 4th-place team score of 265 points was exactly 442 points less than the Condors’ winning score of 707 points.
Cali Condors, LA Current, NY Breakers, and Tokyo Frog Kings will face off for Match 2 of the 2021 ISL Season on Friday and Saturday.
The free agency period was a 30-day window following the conclusion of the ISL draft, where teams could bolster their rosters by signing undrafted athletes.
On day three of the 2021 U.S. Olympic Trials, there will be three semi-finals and FOUR finals (where swimmers will fight for Olympic nominations).
Dressel seems to be gearing up for his other events. He scratched the 200 free semifinal last night, and now his only event of the morning: the 200 fly.
At the conclusion of day 2 of the Olympic Trials, the U.S. now has the #1, #2, #4, and #7 swimmers in the world this year in the women’s 100 breast.