Several Meet Records Come Down At The Senior Metropolitan Championships

Tony Carroll
by Tony Carroll 2

February 24th, 2014 Club, News

The Badger Swim Club of Larchmont, New York won the Senior Metropolitan championships, beating out a loaded team from the New York Athletic Club, a team with seven Olympians. The senior metropolitan championships has, and continues to be, one of the fastest LSC Championship meets in the country. This year, over 1000 swimmers from the Metropolitan area converged on Lehman College’s APEX Center to compete.  It was one of the fastest Sr. Mets in history. The meet records themselves are a tribute to the history and the talent of Metro Swimming.

Senior Metropolitan Meet Records:

Ryan Feeley: 200 Free  1:36.12
Ryan Feeley: 500 Free  4:20.09
Ryan Feeley: 1000Free  9:01.02
Ryan Feeley: 1650Free  14:54.36
Nick Schwab: 400IM  3:50.35
Nick Schwab: 200BR 2:00.34
Patrick Conaton: 200BK  1:44.64

View meet results here. 

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8 years ago

It was great to see Ryan Feeley. He told me he is having a great time training at Michigan with Mike Bottom and looks great. Guess they brought him in for this meet. Congrats to Mike and Mark Hill, Ryan looked great and we are all proud of his record breaking performances !

8 years ago

T, I’m sure you did a lot of research for this article. Were any other meet records broken at Sr. Mets this year?

About Tony Carroll

Tony Carroll

The writer formerly known as "Troy Gennaro", better known as Tony Carroll, has been working with SwimSwam since April of 2013. Tony grew up in northern Indiana and started swimming in 2003 when his dad forced him to join the local swim team. Reluctantly, he joined on the condition that …

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