One of these things is not like the others…one member of the Indiana University Swim Team’s National Age Group Record setting 800 free relay still has a year of high school left.
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NOVA’s Townley Haas will try to double his win total today, holding the top 400 free seed a day after smashing the field in the 100.
There’s only a couple of events on Friday at Junior Nationals, but there should be at least one big show when Townley Haas swims the 400 free.
Junior Nationals is a multi-faceted meet. It brings together established youngsters in their best events, some trying new events, and some new faces altogether. Kim Williams of the Bellevue Swim Club is one of the latter of those, and she won the 400 IM on Thursday at Junior Nationals in 4:43.18.
Not among the 10 things we noticed: Amy Bilquist’s awesome fingernail paint job.
Veronica Burchill is one of three Carmel girls in the 100 free final, and will also likely swim on its 400 free relay, which has a legitimate shot of taking down the 15-18 NAG record set by Missy Franklin & co. in 2010.
Amy Bilquist will begin her quest for three individual titles today, running away with the top seed in the girls 100 free.
Men’s 400 Meter Freestyle – US Nationals Preview – Jaeger finds his sweet spot in Worlds medal defense
Connor Jaeger combines elite endurance with deceptive speed as the defending national champion in the 400 free.
US Junior National Team member, Andrew Seliskar (pictured above), is the number one recruit from the high school class of 2015.
Andrew Seliskar won two races, including a 1:52.21 NAG record in the 200 breast, while Michael Andrew broke two NAGs of his own on Friday night.
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World Championship finalist Simone Manuel will swim at the NCSA Junior National Championships in Orlando next week.
The year’s fastest 15-16 year-olds of 2013 were, in many cases, the fastest of all time. This crop of kids broke an astounding number of age group, high school, and meet records at the national -and even international- level.
Lest a broken Michael Phelps NAG Record somehow get overshadowed in this amazing session by that 18.94, the headline for the photo fishbowl goes to Townley Haas.