Scottsdale clocks a SCY NAG Record at Last Chance Meet

by Garrett McCaffrey 9

July 25th, 2014 News, Video

Scottsdale Aquatic Club broke the National Age Group record in the 15-16 Boys 200y Free Relay. Ryan Hoffer, Jack Blake, Aaron Apel, and Kaleb Gould stepped up at a last chance meet, hosted by SAC, where the afternoon session was swum short course yards. It provided the unique opportunity to race SCY while tapered for LCM. Here’s how they split the record breaking relay:

Ryan Hoffer 20.31
Jack Blake 19.81
Aaron Apel 22.02
Kaleb Gould 21.06

Total time 1:23.20.

Old record was 1:23.44.

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bobo gigi

Oh no, you swim in yards in July! 🙄 😯 😥
You are really addicted to the bathtub in USA! 😛

bobo gigi

And talking about NAG records, 12-year-old Destin Lasco has again missed one by a very small margin! 😥
Last month he missed the 200 back NAG record by 0.08s.
This week on Thursday he missed the 200 IM NAG record by 0.37s.
And yesterday he missed the 100 back NAG record by 0.19s.
I really believed he could become the first 11/12 boy under the minute.
1.00.52 is still a great performance.
Please break the 200 back record on Sunday.
You deserve to have at least one long course record in your pocket. 🙂

bobo gigi

Other result of the night.
At the Minnesota LC state championships, 12-year-old Regan Smith lowered her PB in the 100 back, swimming 1.04.71.

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No one lives the sport of swimming like Garrett McCaffrey. A Division I swimmer who spent 4 years covering the sport as a journalist, now coaches club swimming and competes as a masters swimmer, Garrett truly lives the sport of swimming. After graduating from University of Missouri’s award winning journalism program …

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