Aquazots Break 15-16 200 Medley Relay National Record at College Station Sectional Championship

Braden Keith
by Braden Keith 6

March 01st, 2014 Club, News

Michael Andrew isn’t the only swimmer taking down National Age Group Record in College Station, Texas this week. The Aquazot swim team from California made the trip to the Texas A&M pool this weekend for the Speedo Championship Series (aka, sectionals) meet, and a group of their 15-16 boys broke the National Age Group Record in the 200 yard medley relay.

The group of Danny TranTyler LinJustin Hanson, and Thomas Smith combined for a 1:31.90. That broke the old record by a second-and-a-half; it had been set in 2011 by the Crow Canyon Sharks at 1:33.41. That old relay was made up of Dillon Williams, Brett Usinger, Bryan Hughes, and David Morgan.

The splits on the latest record-breaking relay:

  • Tran – 22.82 backstroke
  • Lin – 25.32 breaststroke
  • Hanson – 22.82 fly
  • Smith – 20.94 free

The same foursome will be shooting for the 400 medley relay record on Sunday.


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bobo gigi
6 years ago

Danny Tran. Cindy Tran family?

And can we have the results of that meet somewhere please?

Reply to  bobo gigi
6 years ago

Danny Tran is not related to Cindy Tran. There are a lot of Tran’s in So Cal.

6 years ago

What??? There is no 200 Medley Relay at the 2014 Texas Sectionals. There has only been two official relays so far – 400 Free Relay Friday night & 800 Free Relay Saturday night. There is a 400 Medley Relay but that will not be until Sunday night. Here is the official meet flyer –
No 200 Medley listed at this meet.

6 years ago

Okay. Meet Moble did not show it yesterday or today for some reason. Congratulations to those boys!

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