COLORADO SPRINGS, CO– On Wednesday, October 3rd, USA Swimming announced the honorees for the third-annual 18 & Under World 100, recognizing many of the nation’s top up-and-coming swimmers for their performances in 2018. Baylor Swim Club / Baylor School alumni Trey Freeman was named to the 18 & Under World 100 program ranked 14th in the nation, and has a world ranking of 6th in the 400 freestyle. He was ranked 7th in the nation in 2017, and had a world ranking of 5th in the 400 meter freestyle. In 2016 he was ranked 28th in the nation, and had a world ranking of 23rd in the 400 meter freestyle. Freeman is currently a freshman swimming at the University of Florida.
The top ranked 50 men and top ranked 50 women were selected according to their highest 18 & under world ranking in an individual Olympic event. The combined lists make up the 18 & Under World 100. Athletes must be registered USA Swimming members at the time of the qualifying performances and must be eligible to represent the U.S. in international competition as of Sept. 1, 2018.
Athletes will receive a commemorative 18 & Under World 100 certificate.
Coaches of the 18 & World 100 swimmers will be invited to the USA Swimming National Team Coaches Seminar in Colorado Springs and are eligible for USA Swimming’s Coach Enrichment Program.
USA Swimming Honors 2nd Annual 18 & Under World 100– press release