SwimmingWorld.TV Talent To Participate in Live Stream of Arizona High School Swimming Championships

MESA, Arizona, November 8. THIS Saturday, the finals of the Division I and II Arizona High School Swimming State Championships will take place at Skyline High School, and SwimmingWorld.TV will help AIA365.com and the NFHS Network provide a live stream of the competition.

The meet will be split into two sessions, starting with consolation and championship finals for Division II starting at 9:30 a.m. Mountain Standard Time. The races for Division are scheduled to begin at 2:30 p.m. Mountain Standard Time.

Viewers can watch Division II races by clicking here
Viewers can watch Division I races by clicking here

SwimmingWorld.TV personalities Jeff Commings and Tiffany Elias will provide race-by-race commentary of both meets. Commings will call the boys’ races in both divisions, while Elias will handle the same duties for the girls’ events.

If you miss an event, or want to relive the experience of watching your favorite swimmer post a fast time, you will be able to find races on-demand shortly after each session on the Division II landing page or the Division I landing page on SwimmingWorld.TV.

Brophy Preparatory is expected to dominate the boys’ competition in Division I and extend their 25-year winning streak. Xavier and Pinnacle could fight for the girls’ title in that division.

Ryan Hoffer, a freshman at Chaparral High School, could put up the fastest swims across all divisions as he helps his school win the state Division I title. Hoffer is expected to do some damage to the USA Swimming national age group record books in the 50 free, and could lead off the 400 free relay with a time that will rank him high among others nationwide.

We look forward to seeing you online for an exciting day in Mesa!

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