SwimMAC Torches 13-14 400 Medley Relay NAG at Junior Nats Time Trial

2018 SPEEDO JUNIOR NATIONALS

Swimming out of lane 1 in a time trial, SwimMAC had a lane and had a chance. Kiley Wilhelm, Grace Rainey, Madeline Menkhaus, and Morgan Razewski combined to take down the 13-14 NAG record in the 4×100 medley relay. The old record was held by a quartet from Nashville Aquatic Club, including standout sisters Alex and Gretchen Walsh, along with Ella Nelson and Lauren Hurt.

SwimMAC tore through NAC’s old mark, going 4:14.26 to take over two seconds off the old record of 4:16.34.

You can check out the comparative splits in the table below:

NAC 2016 SwimMAC 2018
BACK A. Walsh 1:02.13 Wilhelm 1:03.22
BREAST Nelson 1:12.65 Rainey 1:12.21
FLY G. Walsh 1:02.18
Menkhaus 1:01.62
FREE Hurt 59.39 Razewski 57.21

The real difference maker was the anchor leg — Morgan Razewski sprinted home with a very strong 57.21, essentially accounting for the vast majority of the drop from the old record. Razewski, this morning in prelims, posted a lifetime best 57.91 in the 100 free to place 66th overall, and was the 2nd-fastest swimmer born 2004 or later.

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SwimMAX90
4 years ago

Go girls go!

NCSwimFan
4 years ago

WOW! Not only getting the record, but smashing it, and in a time trial, no less! Well done, ladies!

MACDad
4 years ago

Congratulations Girls! Great swim from everyone.

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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