Cincinnati Marlins Down AquaZot Boys’ 13-14 400 Medley Relay NAG

The Cincinnati Marlins are tearing it up at the 2015 Ohio Short Course Junior Olympic Championships in Bowling Green. After Adam McDonald broke the 10-and-under NAG records in both the 50 breast and 100 breast, the boys 13-14 relay follow suit with a new record in the 400 medley relay.

Justin Grender, Carson Foster, Jake Foster, and Phil Brocker combined for 3:28.99, nearly a half-second under the old record of 3:29.45 set by AquaZot Swim Club at CA/NV Speedo Gold Sectionals at Golden West College in December of 2011.

Cincinnati Marlins 3:28.99 AquaZot Swim Club 3:29.45
3/14/2015 12/16/2011
Justin Grender, 14  25.09/26.48 (51.57) Thomas Smith, 14 24.74/26.50 (51.24)
Jake Foster, 14  26.37/30.50 (56.87) Tyler Lin, 14 26.85/31.02 (57.87)
Carson Foster, 13  24.65/28.43 (53.08) Justin Hanson, 14 24.27/27.15 (52.42)
Philip Brocker, 14  22.68/24.79 (47.47) Matthew Wong, 14 23.20/25.72 (47.92)

 

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Papa

Congratulations!

ArtVanDeLegh10

25.0/51.5
26.3/56.8
24.6/53.0
22.6/47.4

Janice Fresh

Wow that is I credible. Great time by Phil

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