October 4, 2018 - Congratulations Pacific Swimming's on USA Swimming's 18 & Under World 100 List
Congratulations to the following Pacific Swimming Swimmers who were named to the USA Swimming 18 & Under World 100
|18&Under Event World Ranking||Name||Club||Event||Time||Power Rank|
|13||Zoie Hartman||Crow Canyon Sharks||100 Breast||1:08.53||28|
|48||Miranda Heckman||Pleasanton Seahawks||200 Free||2:00.77||90|
|73||Jessica Davis||Crow Canyon Sharks||200 Back||2:14.38||131|
|95||Daniella Hawkins||Pleasanton Seahawks||800 Free||8:50.57||163|
|31||Chris Jhong||Pleasanton Seahawks||400 IM||4:22.54||55|
|35||Ethan Hu||Peak Swimming||100 Fly||53.69||60|
|49||Lleyton Plattel||Pleasanton Seahawks||800 Free||8:08.99||87|
|53||Spencer Daily||Orinda Aquatics||100 Fly||53.97||92|
USA Swimming recognized the top-ranked American junior swimmers of 2018 as members of the third annual 18 & Under World 100.
Team USA teenagers posted the world’s top performance in the 18-and-under ranks in six events as of Sept. 7, 2018. Swimmers named to the 18 & Under World 100 must be age 18 or under on Sept. 1, 2018, registered as a USA Swimming member at the time of the qualifying performance and must be eligible to represent the U.S. in international competition as of Sept. 1, 2018. Athletes will receive a commemorative 18 & World 100 certificate.
18 & Under World 100 members with a power rank among the top 50 of each gender who have never represented the United States in international competition and are currently in high school will be eligible to represent USA Swimming at the 2019 Mel Zajac Jr. International meet in Vancouver.
Click here for the complete list of swimmers.