It was a successful trip for Baylor School / Baylor Swim Club athlete Trey Freeman and the National Junior Team competing at the FINA Airweave World Cup events in both Tokyo (Nov. 14-15) and Singapore (Nov. 18-19). Freeman was one of ten athletes named as a rising star by USA Swimming to compete in two World Cup events.
On Nov. 14-15 Freeman and the USA National Junior Team wrapped up a very productive meet at the FINA World Cup in Tokyo. Freeman was the top American in the 200 meter freestyle to finish 12th in a time 1:46.70. He also took 43rd in the 200 IM (2:01.81) and placed 53rd in the 100 freestyle (49.94). This will be the second and final stop on this FINA World Cup tour for the USA National Junior Team.
The World Cup meet in Singapore on Nov. 18-19 proved to be even better than Tokyo. Freeman placed 4th overall in the 1500 scm freestyle (15:06.13) and took 6th in the 400 scm freestyle in a time of 3:44.35. Freeman was also part of two Team USA relays. The 4x50 Mixed Medley relay team of Walsh, Andrew, R. Smith, & Freeman swam to a NEW WORLD JUNIOR record in the event. Freeman was also part of the 4x50 Mixed FR relay which swam to a bronze medal in the event.