2019 U.S. NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS
- July 31 – August 4, 2019
- Prelims 9:00 AM/Finals 5:00 PM (U.S. Pacific Standard Time)
- Avery Aquatics Center (Stanford, CA)
- LCM (50 Meter Pool)
- Meet Site
- Psych Sheet
- Pre-scratch timeline
- TV & Livestream Schedule
- Omega Results
Sixteen-year-old Torri Huske broke one of the oldest national age group records in the books Friday night at the 2019 U.S. National Championships.
Huske finished just off the podium in 57.80, splitting 26.80/31.00, and breaking Mary Meagher‘s record of 57.93 from 1981.
Though she went 57.98 in prelims, Huske’s best time heading into the meet was 59.27, from Winter Nationals last year. She was one of three 15-16-year-olds to break :58 and shake up the all-time ranks Friday. 15-year-old Claire Curzan was also under the previous national age group record at 57.87 (26.92/30.95) after going a lifetime best of 58.16 in prelims; Lillie Nordmann was 57.96, also improving on on her 58.36 from the morning session.
Top 5 Performers: U.S. Girls 15-16 100 Fly
- Torri Huske, 57.80, 2019
- Claire Curzan, 57.87, 2019
- Mary Meagher, 57.93, 1981
- Lillie Nordmann, 57.96, 2019
- Cassidy Bayer, 58.11, 2016
Meagher still owns the 13-14 and 15-16 200 fly records (2:07.01 and 2:05.96, respectively).
Kelsi Dahlia, fresh off of the 2019 FINA World Championships, took the national title this week, going 57.35. Veteran Amanda Kendall, 28, was second in 57.51, and 22-year-old Aly Tetzloff rounded out the podium in 57.70.
Representing Arlington Aquatic Club, Huske placed 10th in the 100 free earlier in the meet, as well as 43rd in the 200 fly and 73rd in the 200 breast. She’s yet to swim the 200 IM and 50 free.