King Aquatic Club Breaks 11-12 National Age Group Record in 200 Medley Relay (WITH RACE VIDEO)

Braden Keith
by Braden Keith 7

December 01st, 2014 Club, News, Video

The King Aquatic Club 11-12 boys broke the 200 medley relay National Age Group Record on Sunday at the KING Thanksgiving Relays swim meet in Federal Way, Washington.

The relay of Tyler Lu(bk), Alex Flores(br), Jake Rinehart(fly), and Ethan Dang(fr) combined for a 1:44.97; that’s a relay that included breaststroke National Age Group Record holder Dang swimming freestyle instead. Splits:

  • Lu, back – 28.73,
  • Flores, breast – 27.80
  • Rinehart, fly – 26.23
  • Dang, free – 22.21

The four are coached by Keith Ure and Tommy Cunningham.

The swim took down the record set earlier this year by the Tualatin Hills foursome of David Liu, Caspar Corbeau, Nathaniel McFaul, and Trenton Martinez, who were a 1:46.05.

 

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Josh Davis
6 years ago

Dang! That’s fast! (I bet people say that joke a lot to Ethan:)

David
6 years ago

I can’t wait to race these four at sectional. Also any idea why Ethan swam free

hswimmer
Reply to  David
6 years ago

Probably because his coach wanted him to….

ANON
Reply to  hswimmer
6 years ago

He swam free because they needed a free swimmer, and his free is also very fast. they had two breast strokers, so they had to put ethan on free.

whoknows
Reply to  David
6 years ago

They age up. Rinehart this week, Dang mid feb, and Flores ages up. Lu is 11.

Fan
6 years ago

Looks like Ethan didn’t need to swim the breast, look at the splits! Wow! Great job boys!!

AsianSwimGirl
6 years ago

I swim with them, they are super fast.

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