The TAC Titans are hosting the Polar Plunge, though the hefty majority of top swimmers racing here are their own, including NAG record-holder Claire Curzan.
And since Regan Smith jumped straight from 1:50 to 1:48, Curzan technically becomes the first 16 year-old girl ever to swim a 1:49 in the 200 back.
Claire Curzan continued the torrid pace she’s been on this year, racking up yet another National Age Group record with a 50.18 in the 100 back tonight
The rising high school junior has swum a new personal best virtually every time he’s left the blocks in 3 meets since racing restarted in July.
After her triple National Age Group Record effort last month, Claire Curzan was back in racing on Friday night in a dual meet against the Marlins of Raleigh.
Freshman Claire Curzan took down a National Age Group Record in the girls’ meet, while two Virginia commits (including Jack Walker, above) took down records belonging to swimmers who would become Olympic gold medalists.