Phoenix Swim Club’s Miriam Sheehan Closes Out Far Westerns with NAG Record in 50 Fly

Ten-year-old Miriam Sheehan of Phoenix Swim Club added another National Age Group Record to her repertoire in the finals of the 10 & Under 50 yard butterfly at 2015 Far Westerns Championships in Morgan Hill, California. Sheehan clocked a 26.64 to beat the mark of 26.91 set by Regan Smith of South Metro Storm in January, 2013.

Last week Sheehan broke the NAG record in the 50m back at the Phoenix Long Course Opener in Phoenix, Arizona.

Sheehan finished the 2014-15 short course season the top-ranked 10-and-under girls in the 50y back (28.65), 100y back (1:00.89), 100y fly (1:01.28), and now 50y fly.

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Joyce Carlin

Outstanding, Miriam. Outstanding! We are SO PROUD of you!

Danjohnrob

Unbelievable! That makes 6 SCY 10&U girls NAG records broken in the last 3-4 days between 4 swimmers!

Swimtroll

You have to add NAG in 100 IM for 10-under boys and 200 fly for 11-12 boys. Jeremiah Tandingan also went 1:01.59 in 100 IM and missed NAG by 0.09.

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