Posts Tagged ‘NVSL’
Saturday’s individual all-stars marked a historic day in NVSL history when the final seven of the 43 records broken in 2014 were achieved.
NVSL all-stars marks a historic day for Johnny Bradshaw and the league.
NVSL releases early psych sheet for 2014 NVSL All-Stars.
Andrew Seliskar, Adi Kambhampaty set league records on Saturday during the division 1 championship meet at Tuckahoe.
Leo Wang, 14, of Virginia Run and Sam Gollob, 14, of Chesterbrook became the first swimmers in NVSL history to go sub-31 in the breaststroke event.
Hamlet’s Johnny Bradshaw, 10, set a league mark for the fourth time this season during the Green Feet’s meet against Vienna Aquatic.
Chesterbrook’s Jaya Kambhampaty takes down Philip Hu’s record in the 13-14 boys’ 50-meter backstroke.
Justin Singletary, 10, set a league record in fly and helped the Fairfax Frogs break the boys’ mixed age relay record on Saturday.
See what #NVSL #relays looks like through the lens of Twitter.
This week’s reader submitted photo of the week comes to us from the Northern Virginia Swim League’s Sully Station.
Sam Gollob, 14, posted the second-fastest time area history while breaking the 13-14 breast record.
Johnny Bradshaw, 10, takes down record in 50-meter backstroke.
Five NVSL records were set on Saturday, including two relay records.
Max Cruz, 12, set two NVSL records on Saturday.
Jacqueline Clabeaux and Max Cruz set NVSL yards records during Greenbriar’s meet at Holmes Run Acres.
Johnny Bradshaw and Max Cruz took down a pair of 12 and under records Saturday in the NVSL’s Week 1.
Vienna Aquatic and Lakevale Estates tied Saturday morning to kick off the 2014 NVSL season.
Summer league swimming is back in the D.C.-area. Are you ready for your first meet?
Andrew Seliskar reset his own national age group record twice in the 200 IM on day two at the 2013 FINA world junior championships. Team USA claimed five more medals.
The McLean Marlins upset Overlee and Chesterbrook to win the 2013 NVSL All-Star Relay Carnival.
In the fifth week of summer league competition, teams continue to strive towards divisional supremacy in the NVSL, MCSL and PMSL.
Division championships and league records are on the line this Saturday as teams enter the heart of the summer league season.
Check out the last two weeks of summer league competition as seen through the eyes of parent photographers.
Our writers are excited for another great summer swim season in the DMV!
Recaps from the Eastern Zone “Super Sectional” meet and NVSL All Star meet — picture gallery from All Stars included.
Pictures and summaries from the week ending 7/14 from all across the DMV.
Take a look at Saturday’s top match-ups in the MCSL and NVSL, as teams try to wrap-up their seasons and earn the right to hoist their division’s championship trophy.
Four league records fell on Wednesday night at the NVSL All Star Relay Carnival at Lincolnia Park.
The 2012 NVSL All Star Relay Carnival is scheduled to begin Wednesday, July 18, at 4 pm, hosted by the Lincolnia Park Lazers. The meet is one of the most exciting events of the season in the NVSL and will feature some of the area’s top swimming talent in the all-relay all star competition. Here [...]
Weekly wrap-up: recording breaking week for Conger; teams fight to keep perfect records (Picture of the week inside)Tuesday, July 17th, 2012
Recaps and pictures from some of the best meets from the DC area summer leagues.
Weekly wrap-up: NVSL kicked off in week 2; summer league teams undeterred by stormy weather in week 3Wednesday, July 4th, 2012
Recaps from week two and three of summer league action.
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.
Theresa Banks backed up its undefeated dual meet season by winning the PMSL Division A’s divisional meet on Saturday. In the NVSL, Sully Station II defeated Sully Station I in a historic matchup, and Overlee repeated as the Division 1 champ.
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.
Chesterbrook won in convincing fashion against Oakton, while the PWSL reached its halfway point. Elsewhere, Cedarbrook hung on in the MCSL.
In the tough MCSL Division A, Bethesda has started the summer off strong. Elsewhere, Braemar and Sudley will tangle on Saturday in a matchup of PWSL unbeatens.