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:
- Thomas Nguyen (25): 26.76
- Jordan Jones (23): 30.77
- Chris Davis Jr (38): 27.83
- Caleb Weir (26): 22.49
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.