Koppany Zeta Kakuk, put up a time of 1:54.04 in the 200 freestyle to set a new Hungarian record for 14-year-old boys.
While not as stunning as her 400 IM swim in March, McIntosh delivered one of the fastest swims we’ve ever seen from a 15-year-old in the women’s 200 IM.
Derivaux’s time of 2:18.75 is the age group’s fastest since Cassidy Bayer set the 11-12 NAG record of 2:15.02 in July 2012.
O’Callaghan closed her 100 free at Aussie Trials in 26.57, overtaking Britta Steffen (26.61) for the fastest second 50 in the event’s history.
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Tan’s time of 1:12.75 in the 100 breaststroke is the fastest for an 11-12 girl in the 21st century.
Williamson closed in a blistering 27.73 to become the fastest American 15-year-old of all-time in the men’s 200 IM (2:01.45).
After nearly getting a best time on the first 100, Swanson held on and tied for the win in the men’s 200 breast, qualifying for his first World Championships.
Ribeiro, left, has now set three Portuguese Records in the last three weeks, including two that had stood since 2009.
Märtens’ time of 3:41.60 is the third-fastest we’ve seen in a decade and is nearly two seconds quicker than what it took to win Olympic gold last summer.
16-year-old Abby Dunford took off 18 seconds to win the women’s 1500 freestyle at the Canadian Swimming Trials in a time of 16:20.26.
In addition to breaking the NAG record, Diehl also became the fastest 16 & under swimmer ever internationally in the event.
Filion not only torched the D3 Record, but his time of 1:41.49 in the 200 back would’ve placed second at D2 NCAAs and been within earshot of a D1 invite.
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