Bluefish Breaks 13-14 Mixed 400 Medley Relay National Age Group Record

New England Swimming 13-18 Age Group Championships

  • July 25th-28th, 2019
  • Katherine Moran Coleman Aquatics Center, Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
  • Meet site

2 teams swam under the unofficial National Age Group Record for the 13-14 mixed medley relay on Saturday at the New England Swimming Age Group Championships.

The relay from the Bluefish Swim Club touched 1st in the age group in 4:11.95, with a squad from the Gator Swim Club (New England, not Florida) finishing 2nd in 4:17.64.

USA Swimming began recognizing mixed-gender relay National Age Group Records in 2018, and earlier this summer released the benchmark times required to set National Age Group Records. In the 13-14 mixed medley relay, specifically, the North Baltimore Aquatic Club were under the benchmark time 2 weeks ago, swimming a 4:19.87. USA Swimming still hasn’t added that swim to its records sheet, but these mixed relay records have generally been slow to update this summer.

Comparative Splits:

NBAC Bluefish Swim Club Gator Swim Club
Old Unofficial Record Unofficial New Record Unofficial #2 time
Back Kabel Koff (F) – 1:06.09 Nathan Delisle (M) – 1:00.02 Caleb Maldari (M) – 1:01.76
Breast Brody Schrepfer (M) – 1:12.14 Joshua Parent (M) – 1:09.43 John Butera (M) – 1:08.95
Fly Maggie Belbot (F) – 1:02.78 Aislin Farris (F) – 1:04.34 Dana Li (F) – 1:06.69
Free John Koebel (M) – 58.86 Brynn Wright (F) – 58.16 Emily Kang (F) – 1:00.24
Total Time 4:19.87 4:11.95 4:17.64

Nathan Delisle, Joshua Parent, and Aislin Farris (no relation to Dean) are coached by Nick Rice, while Brynn Wright is coached by Chuck Batchelor. This is the 3rd mixed-gender relay National Age Group Record that Bluefish has broken in the last 2 weeks: their 11-12s broke the 400 medley and 400 free relay records at the 12 & under age group championships last weekend.


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