National Club Swimming Association – NCSAs

By Reach for the Wall Staff Writers.  

ORLANDO – The National Club Swimming Association Junior National Championships (NCSAs) started yesterday and run through March 19th at the YMCA Aquatic Center in Orlando, FL.  Potomac Valley Swimming (PVS) is proud to be represented at the meet by 7 teams and nearly 400 athletes.  This is a fast meet attended by mostly high school aged swimmers, but there are a handful of younger kids that made the qualifying times  (2016 NCSA Time Standards).  This meet has preliminary and finals sessions – “prelims” are swum in short course yards and finals are swum in long course meters, giving kids an opportunity to swim  both pool lengths and the opportunity to make an Olympic Trials Cut in finals. The qualifying times for the Olympic Trials must come from a swim in a long course meter pool .

 

Day 1 Results are in and there have been some amazing swims.

 

The B relay for Nation’s Capital posted an impressive first-place finish in the women’s 200 medley relay with a time of 1:40.60.

Relay Team:

Phoebe Bacon (Back  25.06)
Eireni Moshos (Breast  28.84)
Jasmine Hellmer (Fly  24.02)
Katie Mack (Free  22.68)

To up the WOW factor on the already extraordinary swim by the NCAP ladies, Phoebe is just 13 and Katie is 14!

Nations Capital Swim Club also had wins in the Men’s 200 Free Relay and the 200 Medley Relay

Men’s 200 Free Relay (1:21.33)
Sam Pomajevich (20.56) Aidan Pastel (20.47) Jonathan Pollock (20.50) James Jones (19.80)

Men’s 200 Medley Relay (1:29.09)
Will Cumberland (Back 22.98) Spencer Rowe (Breast 24.59) Pomajevich (Fly 21.43) Jones (Free 20.09)

Day 2 is off to a great start!

Check out meet results and live streaming.

Good luck to all the PVS swimmers!  If you happen to be a swimmer or a spectator, send some photos and Florida sunshine our way.

 

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