Andrew Seliskar will look for twin titles tonight in the 400 IM and 50 fly.
Junior National team member Stanzi Moseley has verbally committed to swim for the University of Southern California. Moseley is one…
Stanzi Moseley swam two very good races in the 50 and 100m freestyles. The 100 was the more impressive of the two swims, earning her a 2016 Olympic Trials cut. Her time of 56.49 did the trick, although it was well off her seed time of 55.03.
Abbey Weitzeil is on fire! The Cal commit and Canyons senior went 46.29 to smash the American 100 free record on the final night of Winter Juniors.
Stanzi Moseley is in great shape to win her third event of Winter Juniors, going 48.29 in the 100 free heats for the top seed.
Ella Eastin won her second event of 2014 Winter Juniors, defending her 400 IM title on Friday night.
2014 U.S. Winter Junior Nationals Day Three Prelims- Sean Grieshop Comes Within A Few Seconds Of Michael Phelps’ Age Group Record
Michael Andrew is the top seed in two races on day 3 of U.S. Winter Junior Nationals.
2014 U.S. Winter Junior Nationals: NAGs for Grieshop, Hoffer & Bolles, while Weitzeil drops 45.8 split on day 2
Sean Grieshop of Nitro kicked off day 2 of Winter Juniors by smashing the 15-16 NAG record in the 500 free
Katie Drabot had the fastest split as the American girls set the World Junior Record in the 400 free relay.
American Amy Bilquist will try to tip the hot-handed Shayna Jack of Australia in the girls’ 100 free on Thursday.
Townley Haas (left) and Madison Homovich (right) were named the individual high point scorers at the 2014 U.S. Junior National Championships.
Stanzi Moesley won the women’s 200 freestyle on Saturday at the 2014 U.S. Junior National Championships.
Stanzi Moseley – the name’s got serious flare, and her swimming isn’t half bad either.
2014 Junior National Championships: Haas completes his triple, Bilquist takes win #2 on Saturday night
Townley Haas won his third event of nationals, overcoming a tough Maxime Rooney for the 200 free win in 1:48.75. Meanwhile Amy Bilquist survived a scare to take her second title, and could take three for herself by tomorrow night.
Pleasanton’s Maxime Rooney came from nowhere (but not really) to take the top seed in the men’s 200 free on Saturday with a five-second drop.