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This was supposed to be the week Daniel Roy vied for an NCAA national swimming title.
In just a few weeks, Daniel Roy has watched his passion and dreams slip away due to the COVID-19. For this nationally ranked swimmer, not only has he lost his chance to swim in the NCAA National Championship but he will also miss out on his chance to represent America in the 2020 Olympics. Although this has been a struggle for this young swimmer, he looks at this as an opportunity to become better prepared for what comes next in his career.
Gonzaga Prep graduate Daniel Roy finished third in the 200-meter breaststroke final on Sunday at the World University Games in Napoli, Italy.
Daniel Roy of Spokane was a major contributor as the United States swam away with the team title at the Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships that wound up Sunday in Suva, Fiji.
A tradition-rich program with eight national titles, the Stanford men’s swim team wasn’t thrilled with its seventh-place finish at the 2018 NCAA championships. Gonzaga Prep graduate Daniel Roy, one of the world’s elite 18-year-old swimmers, will likely boost the Cardinal as a freshman in 2019. His transition to the Division I level began last week when he left Spokane for Stanford, where he’ll take summer classes and train.
Courted by every high-major college swimming program in the country, Gonzaga Prep senior Daniel Roy recently whittled down his list of suitors.
Daniel Roy is a world champion. The 17-year-old Gonzaga Prep senior won the 200-meter breaststroke at the sixth FINA World Junior Swimming Championships 2017 on Saturday in Indianapolis for his first world title.
Daniel Roy of Spokane is turning his attention to Indianapolis and the 2017 FINA World Junior Swimming Championships Aug. 23-28 after wrapping up a week in East Meadow, New York, at the Speedo Junior National Championships.
Daniel Roy lived up to his billing on Friday in the 2017 Speedo Junior National swimming championships in East Meadow, New York.
Daniel Roy, 16, of Gonzaga Prep, finished in sixth place Wednesday in the 200-meter breaststroke semifinals at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska. Roy missed a spot in Thursday’s finals by one place. Five swimmers from his heat advanced and the top three in the other semifinal also moved on.
Emma Schanz (Colville-UCLA) finished 62nd in the 100-meter backstroke at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials in Omaha, Nebraska, on Monday with a time of 1 minute, 2.90 seconds.
A Colville swimmer is about to complete a journey that started in an undersized hotel swimming pool in a logging town and is culminating in four events in the upcoming U.S. Olympic Trials in Omaha, Nebraska.
Even with swimming goggles strapped over his eyes, Daniel Roy is seeing 2020.