June 4, 2020
According to NISCA, the tournament is intended to create a fun activity in light of the coronavirus pandemic, especially since swim meets around the country have been canceled. In order to enter, teams had to fill out a form and include their top times all-time for their entries. Each swimmer was allowed to “swim” up to two individual events and two relays like they would in a traditional high school dual meet. The big absence here is The Bolles School in Jacksonville, Florida, which appears to have not submitted an entry. The school is the alma mater to Olympic gold medalists Ryan M ...
March 30, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic had caused the world to go into a frenzy the last few weeks. Athletic events were being cancelled left and right. Facilities were closing down. Sports, what was once a form of escape during times of panic like these, was suddenly completely wiped away from our lives in a matter of what felt like the blink of an eye. With roughly four months still to go to the Olympic Games, the coronavirus pandemic could not have come at a worse time. Athletes everywhere were struggling to find places to train. Gym equipment became nearly impossible to get their hands on. Whi ...
July 11, 2018
House swam his best time by nearly three full seconds. Breaking four minutes for the first time since 2016 YMCA Nationals with a 3:55.98, and beating his best time from four years ago when he was only 16.
“It was definitely a big confidence boost,” House said about the 400. “It’s exciting to see those results pop up, even when you’re not shaved or by any means tapered.”