Kalisz On The Crest Of The Next American Wave

Where the next wave is coming from: USA juniors on 2012 camp in Colorado

The Santa Clara GP was fast as usual and provided a glimpse of what is to come during a summer which will be highlighted by the World Championships. Chase Kalisz continued to open eyes in the 400IM; Natalie Coughlin showed her sprint-focused training is paying off; and Mack Horton, a rising Aussie distance star, soaked up experience. A quick wrap-up on events in Northern California. [Photo: courtesy of USA Swimming]

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The Santa Clara GP was fast as usual and provided a glimpse of what is to come during a summer which will be highlighted by the World Championships. Chase Kalisz continued to open eyes in the 400IM; Natalie Coughlin showed her sprint-focused training is paying off; and Mack Horton, a rising Aussie distance star, soaked up experience. A quick wrap-up on events in Northern California. [Photo: courtesy of USA Swimming]

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Scuba Steve

Those 19 year old 400IM times will have some competition from Hagino. 4:07.61 at 18 and a few months off his 19th birthday.

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