Pine Richland’s Zoe Skirboll breaks 10&Under NAG record with 54.89 in 100 free at NASA Showcase

Clearwater, Florida’s NASA Showcase meet for 14&under swimmers continues to chug along, with 10-year-old Zoe Skirboll setting a new National Age Group record on night 3.

Skirboll won the 10-year-olds heat of the 100 (short course yard) freestyle, going 54.89 to go under a national record six years older than she is. The previous mark, set in 1999, was a 55.23 from Chelsea Nauta. Skirboll came in with a best time of 55.59 set last month, and bettered that by a longshot in finals of the NASA meet to break the NAG.

You can find full results of the meet on Meet Mobile, or try the live results page here.

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Fast swim – but are we sure she’s eligible for NAGs?


Please elaborate.


Wow, Zoe! That’s an amazing time! Keep up the good work.

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These kids are getting faster and faster and faster. I am astounded. Wow!

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