Tickets On Sale Now for USA Summer Nationals, Junior Nationals

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July 14th, 2019 Junior Nationals, National, News

Courtesy: Alto Swim Club

STANFORD, Calif. – The USA Swimming Phillips 66 National Championships will be held at Stanford University’s Avery Aquatic Center from July 31 – August 4. The Speedo Junior National Championships will take place the following week, August 6 – 10.

Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets early as sellout crowds are expected. Tickets are now on sale for both championship events and can be purchased online. Daily ticket packages are available. Adult tickets cost $45 while youth/senior tickets are available for $35.

2019 Phillips 66 National Championship Information & Ticket Sales: Nationals

2019 Speedo Junior National Championships Information & Ticket Sales: Junior Nationals

The meets will host many of the most competitive swimmers in the United States. Olympians entered so far include Leah Smith, Jack Conger, Allison Schmitt, Olivia Smoliga, Matt Grevers and Cierra Runge are entered in the National Championship. Many 2019 World Championship members are also entered, including Katie Drabot, Ella Eastin, Leah Smith, Justin Wright, Zach Harting, Hannah Moore, Brooke Forde, Ally McHugh, Emily Weiss, and Evie Pfeifer.

Stanford’s Avery Aquatic Center is the largest competitive swimming facility in the nation, and one of the fastest and finest facilities in the World. The newly renovated facility has four pools (Belardi, Baker, Avery and Maas). The Avery Aquatic Center is home to Stanford University’s men’s and women’s swimming and diving, men’s and women’s water polo, and synchronized swimming teams. The Avery Aquatic Center was proud to host the 2004 and 2011 National Championships and the 2006 FINA Masters World Championships.

Alto Swim Club is the host team for 2019 USA Swimming Phillips 66 Nationals and Speedo Junior Nationals. Alto Swim Club began in the fall of 2018. The new team is a merge between Stanford Swimming and the former Cardinal Site of Palo Alto Stanford Aquatics. Alto trains at the Avery Aquatic Center on the Stanford University campus, and at multiple other facilities in the Palo Alto area. The team’s mission is to offer the best developmental and high performance programs in the country.

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