Four-time Olympic medalist Anthony Ervin won the 50 free, 100 free and 50 fly at the U.S. Masters Swimming Summer National Championships.
Georgia Masters member Mike Gaw donated a kidney to his mom, who watched him swim Saturday in their hometown, while three FINA Masters world records fell.
Two FINA masters world records and numerous USMS records fell Friday in Mission Viejo, California.
In addition to Ervin’s swim, day two of the meet saw multiple USMS and FINA masters records fall in the 50 free and 200 back.
Chad La Tourette set the USMS record in the age 30-34 800 free and 1500 free at U.S. Masters Swimming Summer Nationals on Wednesday.
34-year old Darian Townsend’s swim in the 200 IM is under the FINA World Record, but not under the United States Masters Swimming Record.
After setting five short course Masters World Records in late April, 95-year old Kalis Rasmussen put her name on three long-course records last weekend.
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