Zane Grothe adds to the list of contenders sitting out of the men’s 1500 in Indianapolis.
Chase Kalisz has swum incredibly well this season, and his world leading 4:09.43 puts him in the driver seat at World Trials.
Jordan Wilimovsky will not compete at the US World Trials in Indianapolis.
Clark Smith is primed for an international breakout this summer, and the 800 free could prove to be the perfect event for him.
With Wilimovsky out of World Trials, the men’s 1500 now becomes wide open.
It’s that time of year again where we at SwimSwam rank out the top 20 high school swimming prospects in the upcoming NCAA recruiting class. This is arguably the best breaststroke class we’ve ever ranked, headed by Junior World Champs silver medalist Reece Whitley.
Kevin Cordes will compete in the men’s 100 breast final tonight in Atlanta.
Lilly King will compete in her best events, the 100 breast, on day 4 at the Pro Swim Series in Atlanta.
Ryan Murphy will be in action on day 3 in the men’s 200 back.
Finke’s most impressive swim was the 1650 free, which he won by nearly a minute in a blistering 14:37.61.
Morgan Tankersley smashed a pair of state records tonight, clocking a 1:44.3 in the 200 free and a 4:37.6 in the 500 free en route to 2 state championship titles.
On the boys’ side, Countryside’s Robert Finke established himself as one of the top swimmers to watch after breaking 4:30 in the 500 free at regionals.
Plant’s Morgan Tankersley put up a pair of statement swims at the region 2 meet, clocking Automatic All-American times in the 200 free (1:46.26) and 500 free (4:43.18).
Buchholz sophomore Talia Bates was a double district champion with the fastest times we’ve seen so far at any district meet in the 50 free and 100 fly.