Bolles School Sharks swimmer Landon Kyser, along with Nu Wave Swim Club’s Enzo Solitario and Loggerheads Aquatics’ TJ Frost, made waves at the recent BSS Last Dash for Indy meet in Jacksonville, FL. Kyser punched his ticket to the Olympic Trials with a strong performance in the 200 back, hitting the qualifying time of 55.69. Solitario also secured his spot in the Trials by clocking in at 53.37 in the 100 fly, while Frost impressed with a time of 3:54.95 in the 400 free, beating the Trials standard of 3:55.59.

Kyser’s journey to the Trials has been marked by significant improvements in his times, culminating in his stellar performance at the Last Dash for Indy meet. He showed determination and resilience as he continued to push himself to achieve his goal of making the Trials cut. Solitario also demonstrated his potential by dropping time consistently and hitting a new personal best at the meet. Frost, on the other hand, surprised many with his impressive swim in the 400 free, breaking the four-minute barrier for the first time in his career.

The meet showcased the talent and dedication of these young swimmers as they strive to reach the highest levels of competition in the sport. With their strong performances and unwavering commitment to improvement, Kyser, Solitario, and Frost have proven themselves as rising stars in the world of swimming. As they prepare to compete at the Olympic Trials in Indianapolis, all eyes will be on these promising athletes to see what they can achieve on the national stage.