15-year old Thomas Heilman (above) will lead a loaded U.S. roster to the 2022 Junior Pan Pacific Chamipionships in August.
In this post, we’ll be featuring some pictures from the CIF Swimming & Diving Championships, which took place this past weekend in Fresno, CA.
Santa Margarita was dominant in the girls meet, sweeping the relays, winning 6 individual events, and recording a trio of 2nd place individual finishes.
The California Interscholastic Federation (CIF) State Championships are being held this weekend in Fresno at Clovis High School.
Davis Senior was led by senior Audrey Portello and junior Sarah Bennetts, who both swept their individual events.
Not only was that a massive personal best for Maurer, it also makes him the fastest American 17-year-old ever.
The CIF-SS Division 1 finals session took place this past Friday in Mission Viejo, featuring some of the fastest high school swimmers in California.
Loyola junior Rex Maurer was dominant in the boys 200 free, clocking a 1:36.41.
Loyola High School junior Rex Maurer swam 1:35 in the 200 free and 4:20 in the 500 free on Friday at the Justin Carr Friday Light Nights Classic in LA.
Members of the US Olympic team are slated to compete in every event tonight during the first full final session of the 2022 Pro Swim Series.
This morning will feature heats of the 100 free, 100 breast, 200 fly, and 400 free.
Winter Juniors – West keeps rolling tonight with finals of the 400 IM, 100 fly, 200 free, 100 back, and 100 breast and timed finals of the 200 free relays.
After doubling in the 500 free and 200 IM last night, Sandpipers’ Katie Grimes and Bella Sims will swim both the 400 IM and 200 free on Friday.
In a thrilling race in the 500 free last night, Rose Bowl Aquatics 17-year-old Rex Maurer, and Swim Neptune 17-year-old Keaton Jones went down to the wire.
Leah Hayes came within 0.07 seconds of breaking Alex Walsh’s NAG in the women’s 15-16 200 IM, swimming a 1:54.09.