Clovis Swim Club Breaks 13-14 NAG Relay Record by 2 Seconds

The Clovis Swim Club in Clovis, California broke a National Age Group Record on Tuesday in the mixed 200 meter medley relay.

Swimming in a closed time trial at Clovis North High School, the relay of Jake SalcedoWinston LiangAudrey Hill, and Rowyn Wilber combined for a time of 1:55.34. That swim takes more than two seconds off the old record of 1:57.56 that was set in 2021 by Metro Aquatic Club of Miami.

Splits Comparison:

Metro Aquatic Club of Miami Clovis Swim Club
Old Record New Record
Back Anthony Pineiro – 29.19 Jake Salcedo – 29.36
Breast George Gonzalez – 32.10 Winston Liang – 29.22
Fly Sahar Idler – 29.33 Audrey Hill – 29.14
Free Sofia Jorge – 26.94 Rowyn Wilber – 27.62
Total Time 1:57.56 1:55.34

Liang’s breaststroke split was a real difference maker for Clovis. There were no individual events at the closed time trial, but the rising high school sophomore ranks 10th in the US among 13-14s this season in the 100 meter breaststroke with a 1:07.55 from late June.

USA Swimming first began recognizing mixed relay NAG records in September of 2018, so the records are all relatively recent. The recognition of records, along with the inclusion of a mixed medley relay at the Olympics, has brought a lot more focus to these races at the age group level as well. That has resulted in a rapid run at the national age group marks over the last few years.

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Bree
3 months ago

Team effort here! And a GREAT coach! Go CSC!!!!

Jacob Smith
3 months ago

Go team! That backstroke, butterfly, and freestyle looked amazing! 😃

Last edited 3 months ago by Jacob Smith
BIG fan
3 months ago

CSC bringing the heat with this record! Way to represent

Rick Paine
3 months ago

Way to go Mark

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