Isabelle Stadden won the girls’ 200 yard backstroke race on the final day of the 2019 Winter Junior Championships – West.
The Bellevue Club Swim Team in Washington state won the combined team scoring title at the Winter Junior West Championships last week.
Josh Matheny (above) broke a Meet Record in the 200 breaststroke, while Claire Curzan won 2 more events on the final day of Winter Juniors.
Justina Kozan rocked the competition in the 400 IM tonight, clocking a winning time of 4:05.67, the only finisher under 4:10.
Claire Curzan became the first 15-16 female age grouper to break 51 seconds in the 100 fly. Watch that race, and the other A-finals from tonight, here.
Watch as Pebwick (or is it Chadley?) start their own ‘Swim Club’ with Matt Grevers, Will Licon, Matthew Josa, and Connor Hoppe.
Aiden Hayes of Sooner Swim Club dropped a 19.58 to win the 50 free, while Isabelle Stadden and Janelle Rudolph went toe-to-toe in the 200 IM.
Claire Curzan took down the 15-16 NAG record in the 50 free, while Jack Magahey nearly broke Michael Phelps’ 500 free 17-18 NAG record tonight.
Five-time Olympian Tony Azevedo discusses his Azevedo Water Polo Ball launch, 6-8 Sports with Maggie Steffens, and his international All-Star training camp.
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Ashley Strouse was a reliable anchor on both of Scottsdale’s winning relays from the first night of the Speedo Winter Jr Champs – West.
Instrumental on both of the Carmel boys’ winning relays tonight, Wyatt Davis started their 800 relay off with an outstanding 1:33.68.
Queens has become known for producing talent that would challenge for DI national titles, so I was excited to see the kind of work they do for myself.
Michigan’s Miles Smachlo Lamanted that his easy speed was not there this weekend, and swam 2 very different races between the prelims and finals of his 2Fly
Harvard freshman Felicia Pasadyn pulled the “dirty double” on Saturday night of the Minnesota Invite, swimming in the A final of the 2Fly and 2Back
Auboeck, the defending national champion, left the second pack behind to hammer home with a 14:42.29 in the 1,650, after a 500 that he felt was lacking