Huske led a group of three 15-16 girls to break :58 for the first time in Friday night’s 100 final in Palo Alto, shaking up the all-time ranks.
Hook is now the sixth-fastest American woman in the 200 fly overall this season.
Since our last look at the records back in July of 2015, only 2 of the 10 oldest NAG records have been broken, but there’s a fresh class of contenders hungry to get their names in the history books.
After going 59.00 in prelims, Curzan threw down a 58.61 in finals.
Charlotte Hook is now No. 4 on the all-time girls 15-16 200 fly (SCY) rankings after just turning 15 years old.
Flickinger is now the No. 3 American performer of all-time and No. 2 in the world this year.