Posts Tagged ‘NCSA Junior Nationals’
A select group comprised of medalists from NCSA Junior Nationals will compete next month at the 2015 Irish Open Swimming Championships in Dublin.
Matthew Hirschberger and James Jones claimed gold in the 1,500 and 50 freestyle, and NCAP won a few in between as well on the final night of NCSA Junior Nationals.
John Shebat, Carsten Vissering, Andrew Seliskar and James Jones added the 400 medley national records in the 15-18 and 17-18 age group Saturday morning.
The California recruit continued his assault on the medal stands in Orlando, winning a fourth and fifth individual gold.
A photo gallery recap of Friday’s morning preliminary heats in Orlando.
NCAP breaks a sixth national record, with seven sessions left to go at NCSA Junior Nationals.
VIDEO | NCAP’s foursome of John Shebat, Carsten Vissering, Andrew Seliskar and James Jones break the national age group record in the 200-yard medley relay.
Five national age group records went down Tuesday night during the opening session of in Orlando.
The premier March junior national meet continues to be a showcase for Potomac Valley swimmers.
On the final day at NCSA Junior Nationals, all the usual suspects could be found in the top heats, performing as they had all week. Katie Ledecky and Jack Conger earned the female and male performance of the meet awards.
Ledecky continues to show her versatility in the freestyle events, winning the 200 free in commanding fashion. Haase one win away from a sweep of the breaststroke events, after 50 breaststroke win on Thursday.
Conger blows away competition in 200m back at Junior Nationals; rising stars McTaggart and Seliskar make first Trials cutsWednesday, March 21st, 2012
Jack Conger rocked the competition Wednesday night in the men’s 200-meter backstroke, bringing the crowd to their feet in the Orlando YMCA Aquatic Center.
Local talent will headline at this year’s NCSA Junior National Swimming Championships. Here are RFTW’s top 4 stories to watch. Link to results inside.
Curl-Burke swimmer Katie Ledecky starts her Junior Nationals campaign by breaking a pair of girls’ 15-16 year-old NAG records.