SwimAtlanta Coaches Relay Places 2nd at Georgia Senior State Meet

Four SwimAtlanta coaches put together a 4×50 medley relay, placing second overall at the the Georgia Long Course Senior State meet.

The relay finished second with a time of 1:47.85. Their finish was remarkable given that none of the coaches had been training. The coaches’ splits and ages are as follows:

Texas Longhorn graduate and SwimAtlanta Georgia Tech coach Caleb Weir‘s 50 free split was a best time and was faster than the top seed entered in the 50 free at the Georgia Long Course Senior State meet. In addition, it is a US Open qualifying time.

The average age of the relay was 28. Thomas Nyugen is a graduate of Florida Southern University, Jordan Jones graduated from Auburn University, and Chris Davis is a graduate of UNC Wilmington.

The coaches challenge other club coaches to put together a retired swimmer relay– they want to see who can put together the fastest relay, as well as who can put together the oldest and fastest relay.

Check out a video of the relay below, courtesy of Georgia Swimming executive director Jessica Cooper.

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4 years ago

This is great. Thanks for the story.

expert coach
4 years ago

very fun stroy

Bubble Enthusiast
4 years ago

Are the two in the middle twins?

Reply to  Bubble Enthusiast
4 years ago

They are actually 15 years apart.

Reply to  Bubble Enthusiast
4 years ago

HAHAHAHAHA, everyone at swat thinks this too,but no they aren’t

4 years ago

Those are some crazy splits for no training

4 years ago

Where was Scot Davis, warming up for the mile? ?

Hello SwimSwamSwum
4 years ago

Lol I thought this was Short Course for a second… I was like, “Is a 25 yard pool supposed to be that long?”
My bad 😛

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Rachel has been swimming ever since she can remember. She grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area where she learned to love swimming with the Walnut Creek Aquabears. She took her passion for swimming to Willamette University in Salem, Oregon where she primarily competes in sprint freestyle events. In addition …

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