Click the link below for information on the Fred Lamback Disability meet at the Augusta Aquatic Center in Augusta, Georgia on Oct 12-13, 2019.
North Carolina Swimming athletes were outstanding at the 2019 Phillips 66 National Championships at Stanford, California. Several athletes made finals including a host of top eight finishes. Along the way, more than a dozen NCS long course records fell by the wayside (new records will be detailed in a upcoming post).
Among those with top eight finishes were Olivia Carter (EAC) 4th in women’s 200 fly, Catie Deloof (TE) 4th in women’s 100 free, Ashley Twichell (TAC) 3rd in women’s 800 free, Ross Dant (YSST) 8th in men’s 1500 free, 5th in men’s 800 free, Abby Arens (MOR) 2nd in women’s 200 breast, Kate Moore (MOR) 8th in women’s 400 IM, Claire Curzan (TAC) 5th in women’s 100 fly, 2nd in women’s 100 back, Eric Knowles (WOLF) 4th in men’s 400 free, 6th in men’s 800 free, Hannah Moore (WOLF) 4th in women’s 1500 free, and Julia Poole (MOR) 3rd in women’s 200 IM.
Below is a summary of NCS swimmers who earned a swim in finals.
|Women’s 200 Fly||Place||Final|
|Men’s 200 Fly||Place||Final|
|Women’s 100 Free||Place||Final|
|Women’s 800 Free||Place|
|Men’s 1500 Free||Place|
|Women’s 200 Free||Place||Final|
|Men’s 200 Free||Place||Final|
|Women’s 200 Breast||Place||Final|
|Women’s 200 Back||Place||Final|
|Men’s 200 Back||Place||Final|
|Women’s 400 IM||Place||Final|
|Men’s 400 IM||Place||Final|
|Women’s 100 Fly||Place||Final|
|Men’s 100 Fly||Place||Final|
|Women’s 400 Free||Place||Final|
|Men’s 400 Free||Place||Final|
|Women’s 100 Breast||Place||Final|
|Women’s 100 Back||Place||Final|
|Men’s 100 Back||Place||Final|
|Women’s 1500 Free||Place|
|Women’s 200 IM||Place||Final|
|Men’s 800 Free||Place|
|Women’s 50 Free||Place||Final|
North Carolina Officials Dana Greene and Wayne Shulby were among the meet officials working at the 2019 Phillips 66 National Championships in Stanford, California.
Click the link below for live results from the USA Swimming Futures meet in Greensboro.
Just a reminder! The application for USA Swimming’s Scholastic All America Team will be closing August 15, 2019.
If you have high school athletes (completed grades 9-12) who have made a 2018 Winter Junior qualifying time and have a grade point average of 3.50 or better, please make sure that they complete the online application by the August 15 deadline.
Application can be found at www.usaswimming.org/saaapp
The athlete must log in to the USA Swimming site as the athlete with the athlete’s DeckPass login.
Scholastic All America Committee
Click the following link to view the psych sheet for the USA Swimming Futures Meet at the Greensboro Aquatic Center.
Congratulations to the NCS Zone Team and staff on a huge win at the 2019 Southern Zone Age Group Championship meet in Cary! NCS capped off a tremendous week of swimming with several outstanding individual and relay performances on the final night to seal the victory! Click the updates below for more details.
This post will be periodically updated with news from the North Carolina Swimming Zone Team. Click the links below to read the latest zone meet reports.
The Zone Team staff is also producing video highlights from the meet. Click below to view.
North Carolina Swimming will be represented by both an athlete and a staff member at the USA Swimming National Open Water Select Camp in Pleasant Prairie, Wisconsin on August 13-18.
Conner Hughes of the TAC Titans is on the athlete roster while Kristina Bond of Team Charlotte was named assistant team manager.
USA Swimming offers 24 of the country’s best distance swimmers the opportunity for a unique motivational and educational experience. The National Open Water Camp is an integral step for athletes to move from the pool to Open Water and then to the international scene.
This year’s camp will be held in conjunction with the UANA Junior Open Water Swimming Championships.