ORLANDO, Fla., March 21. SOME of the nation's elite youngsters will hit the water from Tuesday through Saturday for Junior Nationals, conducted by the National Club Swimming Association.
The short-course competition brings together a number of the premier club teams in the nation and could provide a glimpse of athletes capable of earning international acclaim down the road.
Two of the leading names expected to compete in Orlando are Liz Kemp and Bradley Ally. Kemp is a rising standout in the freestyle events while Ally has made a name in the individual medley and breaststroke events. A few months back, Ally set the national high school record in the 200 I.M. (1:46.31).
Alex Righi, of the Arizona Desert Fox, is also expected to be in Orlando and should make a mark in freestyle and backstroke action.