Ana Marcela Cunha (above middle) won her third-straight World Championship in the women’s 5km race on Monday in Lake Lupa.
After initially not making the World Championship team, Simon Lamar (above) will now have two swims this week in Budapest.
Results from Open Water Nationals and Junior Nationals in Florida finalized the 2022 U.S. Open Water National Team and World Junior Championships rosters.
Gravely, who was named onto the 2022 US Open Water National team for placing second in the men’s 10k, finished first in the men’s 5k race.
While Florida’s Brennan Gravley led the pack up until the final lap, two-time 25k world champion Reymond made his move and came from outside the top 3 to win.
5 women and 5 men were added to the US Open Water National team following their performances at the Las Vegas Open Water Champions Cup.
Riverside Aquatics Association won the women’s meet and FAST Swim Team posted the top score in the men’s meet at CA/NV Sectionals in Fullerton.
Arielle Hayon, a Rice University commit, scored a Summer Juniors cut in the 100 butterfly on Saturday evening in Fullerton.
After a quiet pandemic, Laticia Transom swam what appears to be her first official race in 16 months on Thursday, winning the women’s 100 free.
David Heron won title No. 2 this weekend in the 5k, along with Ashley Twichell for the women. Jacob Pishko and Mariah Denigan won the 2021 junior 7.5k titles.
Mid-distance ace Matthew Chung has announced his commitment to swim at Harvard beginning in the fall of 2021.
Lots of fun aquatic action occurred on Day 2 of the 2020 US Open Championships in Irvine, and SwimSwam’s Jack Spitser was on deck to capture it all.
For the first time in nearly 8 months, I was able to be back on a pool deck to capture some fun swimming, and tonight’s action did not disappoint.
Erica Sullivan was top seed in the women’s 800 free in Irvine; Bella Sims won the event by over 4 seconds.
LeVant confirmed that he will swim at Worlds later this summer after sitting out NCAAs and WUGs.