Five TNT swimmers competed at the fourth annual Futures Championships held at the Santa Clara International Aquatic Center over the first weekend of August, and two swimmers performed well enough to earn a second swim among one of three heats of nine lanes. The Futures Championships was established as a transitional meet to help athletes stair-step between Sectionals and Junior Nationals. This year JD Koster placed TNT on the scoreboard after posting the sixth fastest 200 meter butterfly time of 2:07.71 at the meet during the preliminary heats. He went on to improve his 200 IM time to a 2:12.97. The only other TNT swimmer to earn a second swim was Garrison Price who made his debut appearance at both Sectionals and Futures this summer, and earned a spot in the C-final of the 100 meter butterfly and swimming a 57.70 to finish 22nd overall. Garrison had a lifetime best in the 200 meter butterfly with a 2:10.57. Danielle Albright had our next highest finish at 41st in the 200 meter breaststroke (2:45.97), Alex Roberts was next with a 45th place finish in the 100 back (1:07.54), and Alonso Escobedo touched 57th in the 100 back (1:03.47).