In Olympic anticipation, the 2020 NCAA season was loaded with top talent taking gap years. But Olympic postponement will throw a wrench into those plans.
Senior Asia Seidt was a big part of the Wildcats’ big night, helping the team to dominant performances in the 800 free relay and 100 back.
The Buckeye’s led the NCAA in that regard, getting more swimmers under 20 seconds than any other NCAA program last season.
Ohio State’s freshman NCAA qualifier Ruslan Gaziev will sit out what would have been his sophomore season, preparing for an Olympic bid for Canada.
Katrina Bellio of Etobicoke won her third individual gold medal of the 2019 Canadian Championships in Winnipeg, topping the women’s 1500 free field.
Cascade Swim Club’s Cole Pratt negative split his way to a win in the men’s 100 back on day two of the Canadian Championships in a time of 55.86.
Jade Hannah of Island Swimming was victorious in the women’s 200 back on night one of the Canadian Swimming Championships in Winnipeg.
18-year-old Hannah Bach swam the 3rd-fastest 50 breast for all US swimmers 18&U to close out the Cleveland Sectionals meet.
Ohio State’s Josef Pohlmann’s meet record in the 50 fly highlighted the third day of the 2019 Cleveland Sectional meet at Cleveland State University.
Four more sectional meet records fell in Cleveland as the Ohio State Swim Club leads the team scores.
On the opening day of the Cleveland Sectionals, Michigan swimmer and national team member Charlie Swanson posted the 10th-fastest US time in the 200 breast.
Kayden (14) and Carter (12) Lancaster of Carmel Swim Club impressed with top 5 times in their respective age groups nationally.
Mack Darragh will be looking to get himself on the Canadian World Championship team tonight in the 200 fly.
Danielle Hanus comes in as the top seed in the women’s 200 fly after Penny Oleksiak scratched out.
Penny Oleksiak will be looking to secure her spot on the 2019 Worlds team on night two of Canadian Trials in the 100 freestyle.