It’s our annual prospect ranks for the current sophomores, led by two swimmers from the same club. Need an IMer? You’re in luck, because this class is loaded.
Hali Flickinger is scheduled to swim all 3 women’s events on the meet lineup Thursday: the 200 free, 200 back, and 400 IM.
After a 49.5 butterfly in short course yards last month, Michigan/Canada flyer Maggie MacNeil could be targeting the U.S. Open record in meters this week.
Italy’s Thomas Ceccon steps up for the 50 back today after winning the 100 back title in a new Championship Record last night.
Top-seeded Anna Keating of Machine Aquatics has scratched out of heats of the 100 breaststroke on Friday morning at U.S. Junior Nationals.
Second-seeded Justina Kozan is a scratch out of day 3 heats at Junior Nationals. Kozan dropped off of start lists in the 100 fly.
The top seeds have scratched out of three of this morning’s six events: the girls 200 back and both the boys and girls 400 IM.
Opportunities have passed to qualify for the World Juniors roster, and the projected roster shows all 3 priority tier athletes should make the selection.
16-year-old Torri Huske will have two individual swims in Budapest with the 100 fly and 100 free now secured into her event line-up.
Carson Foster has qualified himself in the 200 free and 200 back individuals for the upcoming World Juniors meet in Budapest.
It’s 14-year-old Erin Gemmell vs 16-year-old Ashley Strouse for the second individual entry in the 200 free. That takes place in tonight’s B final.
Parent opened his meet with a 15:53.49 to win the men’s 1500.
Sydney Pickrem will contest in her prime event, the 200 IM, while Brandon Fischer has another opportunity for an age-defying breaststroke swim.
Caeleb Dressel and Dean Farris will contest in the 100 free tonight.