Current US Junior National Teamer Summer Smith of the Bluefish Swim Club is one of the top swimmers within the New England Swimming LSC.
Sunday morning’s prelims session in San Antonio will be highlighted by touch battles in the women’s 200 back and the men’s 100 free.
Over 100 current and former US National Team members are set to compete at the invite-only San Antonio stop of the 2021 Pro Swim Series.
Sarasota Sharks’ Emma Weyant dropped over 5 seconds in her 200 back today in total, even after posting a personal best 1650 free of 16:09.74 between swims.
Lochte claimed victory in the 100 backstroke and 200IM, posting a 1:43.48 in the latter, and finishing with a 4 second lead over the rest of the field.
16-year-old Liam Custer touched 1st in the 500 free with a time of 4:18.49, breaking the 15-16 LSC record set by Nicholas Caldwell in 2010 by 1.79 seconds.
UVA commit Emma Weyant won the 400IM with a lifetime best of 4:04.38, topping Olympic medalist Elizabeth Beisel’s 17-18 age group time of 4:04.59.
Lochte is the top seed going into the 200 free and 100 fly finals tonight. U.S. National Teamer Emma Weyant is 1st in the 200 free and 400IM with best times.
Watch out for Bobby Finke in the 1650 free, Clark Beach in the 200 back, and the men’s 100 free featuring Kieran Smith, Brett Fraser, and Ryan Lochte.
Friday’s PM session is set feature Emma Weyant in the 400 IM and 200 free, Kieran Smith in the 200 free, and Clark Beach face off Ryan Lochte in the 100 back.
Multi-time World champion Ryan Lochte is scheduled to swim his signature 200 IM here in Sarasota while Emma Weyant leads both the women’s 400 free and 200 IM.
Kieran Smith, the NCAA, American and U.S. Open record-holder in the 500 yard freestyle, is among stars at Sarasota’s U.S. Open site.
Two of Florida’s top teams squared off in a dual meet last weekend that featured an Olympian, US National Team member, and a US Junior National Team member.
USA Swimming has named 1,087 swimmers to its 2019-2020 Scholastic All-America Team, headlined by US Open Champion Torri Huske.
Liam Custer, an uncommitted high school junior, swam a best time in his 13th-consecutive race since returning to racing post-quarantine this summer.