Florida’s Maxime Rooney is one of the anticipated big guns to compete this week at the Georgia Tech Invite.
A solid backstroker out of SwimMAC in North Carolina, Lindner went 4-for-4 in lifetime-bests last week, including a massive 200 back drop that powered the Tar Heels past South Carolina.
North Carolina’s Sophie Lindner won three times as the Tar Heels swept the Gamecocks.
Sophie Lindner was a standout performer in North Carolina’s decisive win over East Carolina.
Photos from Day 3 finals at 2018 Speedo Junior National Championships.
Carson Foster highlights the men’s 200 back field at day 2 finals of the 2018 Speedo Junior Nationals.
Emily Grund from Trophy Club, Texas, has made a verbal commitment to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill…
Lilly Higgs of Hough High School and SwimMAC Carolina has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, and will be a 3rd-generation Tar Heel when she begins in the fall.
Heidi Lowe of W.A. Hough High School and SwimMAC Carolina has elected to remain in state and will swim for the Tar Heels beginning with the 2018-19 season.
Only three swimmers and one relay team have scratched out of Friday night’s finals of U.S. Junior Nationals.
There was quite a bit of jockeying for position in finals on Day 2 of 2017 Speedo Junior National Championships.
Sophie Lindner of SwimMAC Carolina and Covenant Day School has verbally committed to swim for the University of North Carolina in 2018-19.
Jacob Pebley will look to qualify for his first LC World Championship team tonight in the men’s 200 back.
The SwimMAC men swept the podium in the men’s 100 breast. William Chan led the way, breaking ahead with a new personal best 53.73 to win the gold.
Chattahoochee Gold’s Bayley Frierson and SwimMAC Carolina’s Sinclair Larson got things started with a good battle in the women’s 1000 free.