Olympians Lydia Jacoby (pictured) and Torri Huske headlined the 2021 selection to the USA Swimming Scholastic All-American Team.
Entering the meet with a best time of 2:18.66, Bognar dropped a 2:10.62 in the women’s 200 backstroke final to win and move into sixth all-time among 13-14s.
In the 200 IM, Dixon’s final individual event, she roared to a new lifetime best of 2:12.62, bettering her previous best by 1.27 seconds.
NOVA of Virginia 17-year-old Zoe Dixon capped her individual racing off phenomenally, storming to victory in the women’s 200 IM with a 2:12.62.
NOVA of Virginia’s Zoe Dixon, 17, also broke a meet record, winning the women’s 200 breast in 2:29.82.
With the swim, Dixon has elevated herself to #26 all-time in the 17-18 girls age group.
Enyeart was racing at the Speedo Summer Championships in Irvine, CA through Saturday night.
The swim marked a truly massive personal best for Bognar, who entered the meet with a lifetime best of 2:18.66, which she swam in May of this year.
USA Swimming has named 22 girls and 21 boys to the National Junior Team that will represent the U.S. at the 2021 FINA Swimming World Cup this fall.
The swim marked an improvement of 2.53 seconds, and brought Dixon from just outside the Wave I cut of 2:14.59, to under the Wave II cut of 2:12.56.
Claire Curzan has a class-best time in three different strokes. But this recruiting class is rising up around her in breaststroke and distance freestyle, too.
Canadian breaststroker Jessica Strong, who is a boarder at Bolles School, has verbally committed to Florida’s class of 2026.
NOVA 17-year-old Zoe Dixon came in 2nd in the IM, swimming a 2:13.89.
Arlington Aquatic Club 18-yeat-old Torri Huske put on a show on Friday night at the Richmond site of the TYR Spring Cup.
USA Swimming’s 2021 18 & Under Spring Cup kicks off on Thursday from four different U.S sites: Irvine, Des Moines, Richmond and Orlando.