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Stone Ridge senior Katie Ledecky goes out in style in her final high school meet, at Metros. Georgetown Prep won the boys’ title, Churchill won the girls’ crown.
Kate Ledecky swims her last high school meet, and more information on this year’s championships.
Georgetown Prep, Gonzaga and Holy Cross, St. John’s took home trophies Sunday after a fast “warm-up” before Saturday’s WMPSSDLs.
No. 1 Georgetown Prep enters the Jan. 24-25 championship with four top seeded swimmers.
No. 1 Little Hoyas flex muscles with victory over No. 2 Purple Eagles
The teams that have dominated the Metropolitan championship meet for the past 15 years meet in a head-to-head matchup Saturday.
The first night of swimming at the 2014 U.S. winter national championships is in the books with a couple of fast starts from NCAP swimmers.
Returning nearly their entire championship squads, Georgetown Prep and Robinson sit atop The Post’s Top 20 boys’ swimming and diving preseason rankings.
U.S. winter nationals could play host to a record breaking weekend for Katie Ledecky. The meet runs Dec. 3-6 in Greensboro, N.C.
Katie Ledecky, the 2012-2013 All-Met Swimmer of the Year, took down the American record during Friday’s prelims at 2014 Metros championship meet.
A quick look at some of the exciting storylines unfolding at Metros this year.
Plenty of locals and former All Mets competing at the 2014 Austin Grand Prix this weekend. Full coverage and locals results inside.
Isabella Rongione, formerly of FISH, joines Katie Ledecky to train under Bruce Gemmell.
Weekly High School Wrap-up: Fairfax, Prince William, Loudoun meets beat weather; Maryland meets cancelledMonday, January 23rd, 2012
A little snow didn’t slow down northern Virginia’s top teams, as perennial powerhouses concluded their regular season with wins. Maryland schools were forced to cancel their meets due to icy roads from the storm that hit Friday night.
Chesterbrook won in convincing fashion against Oakton, while the PWSL reached its halfway point. Elsewhere, Cedarbrook hung on in the MCSL.