- Carlos Omana
- Miami, Fla. (Belen Jesuit Prep)
200 Free: 1:41.09 (Tennessee, 1/28/12)
500 Free: 4:21.82 (2012 SEC Championships)
1,650 Free: 15:26.41 (2011 Georgia Tech Invitational)
200 Breast: 2:06.49 (FAU, 1/14/12)
200 Fly: 1:52.82 (FSU, 11/2/11)
200 IM: 1:48.60 (2012 Bulldog Invitational)
400 IM: 3:47.41 (2012 Bulldog Invitational)
200 Free: 1:56.73 (2012 SE Tennessee Aquatics LC)
400 Free: 4:12.29 (2011 Winter National Championships)
800 Free: 8:37.18 (Georgia, 10/28/11)
200 Back: 2:09.50 (2011 Winter National Championships)
200 Breast: 2:35.20 (2012 FL GCST Trials Qualifier)
200 Fly: 2:14.25 (2011 Winter National Championships)
200 IM: 2:10.72 (2011 Winter National Championships)
400 IM: 4:32.81 (2012 FL GCST Trials Qualifer)
National/International Competition: A 2012 Olympic Trials as well as a 2010 and 2009 World Championship Trials qualifier…Competed at the 2010 U.S. Junior Nationals in Irvine, Calif., winning silver in the 800 free, 1,500 free and 400 IM, while finishing ninth in the 200 IM…Holds the current 17-18 year old Junior National Meet Record in the 400y IM (3:47.60)…Enters Florida ranked No. 54 in the world in the 400 IM and No. 87 in the 1,500 free…Holds seven Florida Gold Coast short course yard records…Six-time Southern Zone champion…Attended the 2011 Open Water National Select Camp in Ft. Myers, Fla., and 2010 National Select Camp in Colorado Springs, Colo.,…has been ranked in the National Top 10 IMX the last eight years prior to attending Florida.
2011-12: Named to the SEC All-Freshman team after appearing in the 500 free finals, taking home an eighth-place finish with a 4:21.82 swim, also added a 3:50.71 swim in the 400 IM for tenth and a 15:33.85 swim in the 1,650 free for 12th at the conference championships…Made the first NCAA Championship appearance as a freshman with a 4:29.71 swim in the 500 free, 3:51.54 swim in the 400 IM and 15:28.76 swim in the 1,650 free…Swam two career-low races at the 2012 Bulldog Invitational in both the 200 and 400 IM, touching in 1:48.60 and 3:47.41, respectively…Finished second in the 200 IM 1:53.11 and fifth in the 200 free (1:41.09) against Tennessee…Named the SEC Male Freshman of the week for his swims against Auburn where he pushed the Gators past the Tigers twice when they were down, first when he claimed the 800m free in 8:22.22 and then again when he won the 400m free (4:03.68) with just four races remaining to give his team a two-point advantage heading into the tale end of the meet and grab the win…Won the 200 breast in a personal-best 2:06.49 against FAU…At the Georgia Tech Invitational, captured three top-10 finishes, clocking in 15:26.41 for second in the 1,650 free, 4:30.64 for sixth in the 500 free and 3:57.78 for ninth in the 400 IM…Against Georgia, finished five-six in the 800m (8:37.18) and 400m free (4:13.47), respectively…Claimed the 200 IM title in 1:52.17 in the SEC opener against LSU…Made his Orange and Blue debut at the All-Florida Invitational winning his first collegiate race, the 500 free, in 4:24.43, and added a third-place finish in the 1,650 free with a 15:39.64 swim.
Prior to Florida: Attended Belen Jesuit Prep School…Trained with Metro Aquatic Club of Miami under head coach Kirk Peppas…A five-star recruit by Swimming World Magazine…Rated the No. 15 men’s swimming recruit in the country by CollegeSwimming.com…Six-time individual state champion and five-time relay state champion…Led Belen Jesuit to five consecutive state championships after joining the varsity team as an eighth grader…Won the state championship in the 200 IM, 500 free and 400 free relay his junior season…Two year team captain for the Belen Wolverines…Holds six school records (200 medley relay, 200 IM, 500 free, 200 free relay, 400 free and 100 back)…Belen Jesuit Athlete of the Year for 2011…The most decorated athlete in Belen Jesuit Prep school history…Named The Miami Herald Swimmer of the Year for 2010…Four-time All-Miami dade County Swim Team selection…Won the La Copa Dorada Golden Cup Award in 2010….Selected Mr. Swimmer 2010 by the Florida Dairy Farmers Award…Chose Florida over Auburn and Ohio State.