Posts Tagged ‘Chuck Katis’
Joseph Schooling and Jack Conger led a 1-2-3-4 finish for Texas on the second night of finals at the 2015 NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships.
A record-breaking night on Day 1 in Iowa City, Iowa, for the NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships.
Less than 500 days until the 2016 Rio Olympics, but Potomac Valley swimmers have wasted no time qualifying for next next summer’s U.S. Trials.
The battle for the men’s NCAA crown will be fierce, as will the individual battles for the event titles.
Chuck Katis transfered to Cal last season to buoy the Bears to a NCAA title, while Texas’ Kaitlin Pawlowicz is on pace for a breakout 2014-15 after a stellar showing at the 2014 Texas Invite.
Fifty-nine athletes have punched their tickets to the men’s and women’s NCAA championships in March.
Katie Ledecky wins the 400-meter freestyle in world-record time at USA Swimming Nationals in Irvine, Calif.
LOCALS NOTEBOOK: A host of All-Mets are set to compete in Irvine, Calif. at the U.S. Nationals, including Andrew Seliskar, Jack Conger, Janet Hu and Sarah Haase.
Michael Phelps earned his second win of the weekend in Santa Clara at the final stop of USA Swimming’s Grand Prix series.
Six former All-Mets among 2014 NCAA division I first-team selections by CSCAA.
California pulled away from Texas in on Day 3 of the 2014 men’s Division I swimming and diving championships to reclaim the title.
California opens stellar night in Austin with American record in 200 medley relay. Texas leads after Day 2 of the 2014 NCAA men’s swimming and diving championships.
Katie Ledecky and Janet Hu propelled Nation’s Capital to a women’s team club championship in Knoxville, Tenn.
Katie Ledecky and Chuck Katis will swim in center lanes to conclude the competition at Winter Nationals.
An American record and three national age group records were set on the second night of finals in Knoxville, Tenn.
NCAP qualified seven swimmers for Friday’s finals session during day two of the 2013 Winter National Championship in Knoxville, Tenn.
Nine local swimmers advanced to finals in the first day at Winter Nationals.
Local-natives Katie Ledecky and Matt McLean finish strong on night two at the U.S. National Championship and World Trials.
The ongoing duel between Ryan Lochte and Michael Phelps headlines Day Six at the 2012 U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha.
A group of 2008 Olympians attempt to fend off the next cycle of American swim stars on the fifth night of competition at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha.
Get to know Harvard swimmer and Olympic hopeful Chuck Katis.
2012 Olympic Trials Preview: Day Two<br /> Women's 100 butterfly, men's 100 breast & women's 400 freeTuesday, June 5th, 2012
The second day of competition begins to answer some of the big questions for Team USA. Check out our picks for London, along with favorite and local competitors.
Princeton claimed its fourth-straight Ivy League Championship. Former area swimmers Christensen and Katis shined for their respective teams. Stanford rolled to 31st-straight title in the Pac-12.
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Swimmers from area swim clubs will be competing this weekend at the 2011 Winter National Championships. Former SNOW swimmer and University of Virginia graduate, Matt McLean is looking to defend his first place finish in the 400 free and improve upon his second place finish in the 200 free at the 2011 National Championships last August.
Katie Ledecky won three events at the USA Swimming Junior National Championships this week, setting a meet record in the girls’ 1500 free, while Chuck Katis posted three top-five swims.
Despite a slow Waynewood pool and some of the NVSL’s top talent off competing at national meets, All-Stars saw two league records fall on top of a number of exciting swims.
Countless team records and a handful of NVSL records fell Saturday at divisonal meets across the league. And All-Stars is yet to come.
Westleigh leads the MCSL’s Division B, but the Barracudas have had plenty of competition in one of the league’s most evenly matched divisions. And in NVSL, there is a potentially division-deciding meet brewing between Highlands Swim and Lee-Graham.
Langley’s girls used an all-around team performance and two relay wins to vault back to the top of the Virginia AAA swim championships, while Westfield’s confidence boosted them to the program’s first-ever title. Complete meet results inside (pdf)