Isabelle Stadden has won both backstroke races at the 2019 NCSA Junior National Championships, but Phoebe Bacon is the top seed in the 50 back.
Anthony Grimm is on the hunt for his 4th and 5th wins at the 2019 NCSA meet, this time in the 100 back and 100 fly.
The Canton City Schools relay team of Hunter Armstrong, Parker Timken, Will Rose, and Caroline Ehlers took down the 17-18 mixed 200 free relay National Age Group record Saturday night.
While older sister Emma (above) got 3 wins at the meet and finished 2nd in the individual high point standings, Gracie was the winner on the final day.
On day 3 of the Plantation Sectionals, Bruno Fratus returned to competition after receiving shoulder surgery to win the 50 free.
The Jamaican Olympian won the 100 breaststroke in about the same time as what she swam in March of last year.
Former Florida State verbal commit Chadé Nersicio signed a National Letter of Intent with the University of Florida for 2019-20.
The University of Florida women’s swimming & diving team signed six swimmers to the 2019-20 recruiting class, announced by head coach Jeff Poppell.
Buchholz’s Talia Bates won her 4th-straight state title in the 50 free and her 3rd-straight title in the 100 free.
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Buchholz’s Talia Bates, the 3-time defending 50 free state champion and 2-time defending champ in the 100 fly, has already hit the AA-A standard in the 50 free this season. Her regionals time of 22.85 makes her the top seed for states and the region 1 champion.
Buchholz’s Talia Bates, the 2-time defending 50 free state champion, has already hit the automatic All-American time standard in the 50 free with a 23.23 to lead the way in regional cluster 1 (districts 1-3). She also put up an AA-C time to win the 100 fly.
Andrei Minakov will look for a second individual title tonight at Junior Nats in the men’s 100 fly.
Keep an eye out once again for 14-year-old phenom Claire Tuggle.
Mark Szaranek won the men’s 200 IM with a 2:03.32, narrowly beating Grant Sanders, who came in at 2:03.55.