Brooks Curry Drops 19.7/43.7 Sprint Free Swims at Dynamo Intrasquad


  • August 7-9, 2020
  • Atlanta, GA
  • Short course yards (SCY)
  • Results on Meet Mobile: Dynamo Fresh Start- Chamblee

At one of Dynamo Swim Club’s post-lockdown meets, Brooks Curry stole the show with two big sprint efforts today in Atlanta.

Curry, a rising sophomore at LSU and the defending SEC champion in the 100 free, turned in a 19.73 in the 50 free and a 43.79 in the 100 free. He wasn’t entirely far off of his lifetime best in the 50 free (19.30), and he was about two seconds back of his 100 free best (41.81). Both of his bests in the 50 and 100 are from the 2020 SEC Championships.

Dynamo sisters Tristen Ulett and Rye Ulett both competed today, each tackling three events. T. Ulett, an incoming Louisville freshman, hit times of 55.33 in the 100 fly, 56.44 in the 100 back and 2:04.19 in the 200 IM. R. Ulett, a rising junior in high school, posted a 1:59.18 in the 200 back as well as a 57.86 in the 100 fly and 53.08 in the 100 free.

Rising Georgia sophomore Ian Grum put up a strong swim in the 100 back, clocking a 47.31 to win the event easily. His lifetime best there is a 46.56 from the 2020 SEC Champs.


  • Quinn Harron, an incoming Harvard freshman, won the 100 breast (56.33), 100 fly (50.66) and 200 IM (1:54.69), going undefeated today.
  • Brooks Curry‘s younger sister Peyton Curry, an LSU ’25 commit, won the 100 free (51.47), 100 back (56.35) and 200 free (1:50.62).
  • Incoming LSU freshman Parker Bragg won the 200 back in a 1:49.47.
  • 15-year-old Catie Choate posted a 56.77 in the 100 back and 51.77 in the 100 free.

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Coach ID
2 years ago

That’s gettin’ it done!!

GA Boy
2 years ago

Georgia grown!

2 years ago

Might need to keep an eye on Peyton Curry..

2 years ago

Some great times and great that they’re back in the water competing. Really good to see.

California just banned all high school and youth sports competitions for the foreseeable future, even intrasquad ones. Good for much of the country that they’re competing, a bummer for those on the Left Coast who aren’t. . . .

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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