Aquajets Swim Team Boys Break 15-18 NAG With 3:42.14 4×100 Medley Relay

2023 SUMMER JUNIOR NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIPS

The Aquajet Swim Team boys broke the 15-18 national age group (NAG) record as well as Summer Juniors meet record tonight as they touched in a final time of 3:42.14.

The previous 15-18 NAG stood at a 3:42.71 which the TAC Titans swam just last week at Futures in Ocala. The previous meet record was a 3:42.85 which Coronado Swim Association set a year ago.

Split Comparison:

Aquajets TAC Titans (Old NAG) Coronado (Old Meet)
Back Luke Logue– 56.40 Will Thompson– 56.29
Jacque Wenger– 56.05
Breast Charlie Egeland– 1:00.13 Henry Lee– 1:02.70
Nick Mahabir– 1:00.54
Fly Drew Ploof– 54.85 Colin Whelehan– 54.52
Logan Noguchi– 55.02
Free Henry Webb– 50.76 Jerry Fox– 49.20
3:42.14 3:42.71 3:42.85

Tonight’s biggest difference was the breaststroke leg as Charlie Egeland split a 1:00.13. That was a huge split for Egeland as he finished third in the individual race earlier in the meet swimming a 1:01.24.

Although Aquajets were not the first to the wall tonight, SwimMAC was ultimately disqualified.

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Montana
10 months ago

TAC would still hold the NAG if they’d make a different choice for breast and used Nye instead of Lee. See article:

The TAC Titans could have potentially lowered the records even further had they switched out Lee with Grayson Nye, who clocked a breaststroke split of 1:01.80 on the ‘B’ team.

Coach
Reply to  Montana
10 months ago

woulda coulda shoulda!

Also, no link showed up in your comment.

Montana
Reply to  Coach
10 months ago

Hindsight is always 20/20, you are correct. Put link above.

Kelly Boston
Reply to  Coach
10 months ago

You are correct! A record is broken with the FASTEST legal swim! Way to go to my Eden Prairie High School swimmers Logue and Ploof! Way to represent Minnesota, boys and Coach Lundsten!

SWIM SAM
10 months ago

This is the third time this record has been broken this summer! And before this summer the record had stood at 3:43.63 I’m pretty sure from 2018.

Dan
10 months ago

Fake news SwimMAC won but a bad call DQ

Last edited 10 months ago by Dan

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