Hawaiian Relay Downs 15-16 National Age Group Record

A quartet of 15-16 boys from the Kamekameha Swim Club downed the National Age Group Record in the 200 long course free relay with a 1:36.37 at the Hawaiian Age Group Long Course Championships at the Veteran’s Memorial Aquatic Center on Sunday.

That swim by the group of Kevin FrifeldtNaone Ka’ikena, Ryan Stack, and Kanoa Keleoaloha took down the 2009 swim of Lake Oswego Swim Club at 1:37.12 (Daniel Chen, Andrew Heymann, Nick Bode, and Gunnar Wolfe).

There were no splits available, but full results for that meet can be seen here.

The Kamekameha Swim Club is the dominant team in Hawaii, as this year marked their 20th consecutive State Championship at this meet. They also sent 6 of the 8 American delegates that represented Hawaii (and the USA) at the Oceania Championships. This program also hosted a portion of the Australian Olympic Team on their stopover in Hawaii for training; that included James Magnussen.

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That’s great; when’s the last time any Hawaiians held a NAG?


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