SwimMAC 11-12 Boys Take Down Another NAG, This Time in 400 Free Relay

Yesterday, the SwimMAC foursome of Baylor NelsonNathan AdamsStephen Kim, and Brayden Brewer lopped over a second off of King Aquatic Club’s 11-12 NAG record in the 400 medley relay.

Today, on the final day of competition at Tar Heel States, the same four boys combined for a new NAG record in the 400 free relay, touching at 3:30.67.

SwimMAC, 2016 (3:30.67)
Brewer 52.08
Kim 52.33
Adams 53.64
Nelson 52.62

This snuck by the old record of 3:30.75 set by Irvine Novaquatics in 2013. Meet results don’t show up accurately for their second two legs, Kevin Tu and Hunter Hitchens, but they led off with a 53.37 from Owen Kao and a 53.08 from Shawn Lou.

For SwimMAC, Brewer and Kim put up the quickest splits. Their anchor leg, Nelson, split an impressive 56.86 fly leg on their record-breaking 400 medley relay yesterday.

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Why is Marsh in a picture, where is their age group coach, I’ve never see any coach self promote himself that much or he coaches 8 and under’s and up….


First thing that popped into my head too. Why Marsh? Put the coach in the picture that actually did the work

Richard Poplawaski

maybe the actuall coach wasnt there.
P.S my 100 free Is way faster than that

About Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon

Karl Ortegon studied sociology at Wesleyan University in Middletown, CT, graduating in May of 2018. He began swimming on a club team in first grade and swam four years for Wesleyan.

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