Crawfish Aquatics’ Colin Bone Breaks 33-Year-Old Record At Capital City Swim League Championships

Crawfish Aquatics and Catholic High School swimmer Colin Bone set two new meet records at the Capital City Swim League Championships this past weekend, breaking a mark in the 100 freestyle that’s been held since 1981.

Bone’s time of 46.27 broke the previous record of 46.70 which was held by former Florida Gator and All-American Brian Zielinksi. Bone not only broke the record, but separated himself from the field to win. Second place finisher Nicholas Seagraves, 17, finished second in 48.93. Following Seagraves was another Catholic High School swimmer to make it  1-2-3 finish for the team.

In the 200 freestyle, Bone swam a 1:39.46 to completely dominate the race, winning by 13.13 seconds over second place finisher and teammate Lance Rodriguez. The time by Bone broke Phillip Morrison’s record of 1:40.44. Morrison swam at the 2008 Olympic Games and competed collegiately for Stanford.

Following Bone and Rodriguez to the wall were two other Catholic High School Swimmers.

Overall, Catholic High School dominated the meet taking home wins in every men’s events excluding the 100 breaststroke and 100 backstroke.

For full meet results click here.

 

 

 

 

 

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