Kaii Winkler Breaks 10 & Under National Age Group Record

10-year old Kaii Winkler has broken his 3rd National Age Group Record in the last 3 weeks swimming at the Florida Gold Coast Junior Olympic Championships, swimming a 59.37 in the 100 yard fly. In his last big racing opportunity before aging up on March 27th, Winkler dropped almost two seconds from his previous personal best of 1:01.04.

Winkler’s swim broke the 10 & under National Age Group Record that was previously set by Andrew Rogers in 2014 at 59.44. In the 2 years since breaking that record, Rogers has dropped 3 seconds and is ranked 17th nationally in his age group in the event.

Winkler previously broke National Age Group Records in the 500 free (5:08.77) and the 200 free (1:57.75).

Watch the video of his 100 fly swim below:

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The vid is his 100 free, not 100 fly NAG


Uhm no…that’s butterfly


They fixed it obv


I was in the water when Zach Ferguson was first 10 and under under 1:00.00 in 10p fly. I was second in 1:11. Lol..

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