Dynamo Crushes Cincinnati Marlins’ Day Old NAG Relay Record

Dynamo Swim Club is the latest to break the NAG record in the boy’s 13-14 400 medley relay.  Their relay team of Ian Grum, Liam Bell, Mark Rotolo, and Cam Auerbach combined to win the 13-14 4×100 medley relay with a time of 4:02.59 at the 2015 Georgia LC Age Group State Championships.

The previous record of 4:03.15 wasn’t even 16 hours old. The Cincinnati Marlin’s set the previous record last night at the Ohio Junior Olympics. The National Age Group record the Marlins broke yesterday had already belonged to their team from the year before, but they managed to break the record with three new swimmers on the relay.

Cam Auerbach is showing early signs that he will be following in the footsteps of his older brother.  Knox Auerbach is currently a member of the US Junior National team in the men’s 100 freestyle. His younger brother, Cam, anchored Dynamo’s record breaking relay in 54.78.

Take a look at the comparative splits below:

Previous record: 4:03.15, Cincinnati Marlins

  • Carson Foster – 1:01.08
  • Jake Foster – 1:05.33
  • Matthew Sims – 1:00.07
  • Joshua McDonald – 56.67

New Record: 4:02.59, Dynamo Swim Club

  • Ian Grum – 1:02.22
  • Liam Bell – 1:05.51
  • Mark Rotolo – 1:00.08
  • Cam Auerbach – 54.78

Full results can be found on Meet Mobile by searching “2015 GA 14U LC Champs”

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hmmmm….I’m coming up with a time of 4:03.15 for those splits on the Marlins side


I was there


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