Audrey Derivaux Breaks Alex Walsh’s 13-14 200 IM NAG With 1:55.73

New Jersey Meet of Champions

  • Sewell, NJ
  • 25 Yards
  • Meet Mobile “2024 Meet of Champions”

Audrey Derivaux swam a time of a 1:55.73 in the girls 200 IM at the New Jersey Meet of Champions to break Alex Walsh‘s 13-14 National Age Group (NAG) record that stood at a 1:56.20. Derivaux had just missed the record in prelims as she swam a 1:56.42 but dropped time in finals.

Audrey Derivaux– 2024 Meet of Champions Alex Walsh– 2015 Winter Juniors
Fly 24.62 25.93
Back 28.08 28.81
Breast 35.23 34.15
Free 27.8 27.31
Final Time 1:55.73 1:56.20

The biggest difference was Derivaux’s first 50 as she was over a second faster out on the butterfly leg and was over half a second faster on backstroke.

Walsh’s record stood since December 2015 as she swam the time to win the event at Winter Juniors- East.

This is Derivaux’s second 13-14 SCY NAG record as she swam a 1:54.33 200 butterfly earlier this year to break Tess Howley‘s old NAG record of a 1:55.29. At the same meet, Derivaux just missed Walsh’s 200 IM record as she swam a 1:56.34, her personal best coming into the Meet of Champions.

Derivaux also swam a best time in the 500 free at the Meet of Champions as she touched in a 4:44.10 in prelims faster than her old personal best of a 4:47.00 from mid-February. She has dropped almost six seconds in the event over the last year.

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Anonymous
1 month ago

Great swim aud

teamtsccoach
1 month ago

Well done to Coach Paul Donovan and ALL at the Jersey Wahoos

SwimDad64
1 month ago

I was there. Incredible swim. And yes, that is her practice pool.

Coachmommy
1 month ago

She swims for Jersey Wahoos.

Coach Eric
1 month ago

What TEAM does she swim for? You should mention that.

chazoozle
Reply to  Coach Eric
1 month ago

the eagles

tea rex
1 month ago

If that picture is her practice pool, all the more impressive!

PhillyMark
Reply to  tea rex
1 month ago

They have really good swimmers come from the program

Austinpoolboy
1 month ago

Mind blowing. NCAA invite worthy time as 14 yr old

Virtus
1 month ago

That first 100 is devious

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