Torri Huske Breaks Down Capturing 2 National HS Records in Under 30 Minutes

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Reported by Nicole Miller.

US National Teamer Torri Huske made her mark on the final day of the 2021 VHSL Class 6 State meet, breaking two National High School records.

Huske, a senior at Yorktown High School, began her meet by swimming a time of 1:53.73 in the 200 IM, chopping a tenth of a second off of Dagny Knutson’s National Public High School record of 1:53.82 that had stood since 2009.

About 27 minutes later, Huske was back in the pool swimming the 100 butterfly, putting up another National Public High School record. Huske touched in a time of 49.95 to become the first swimmer to break 50 seconds during a high school competition. Her time shattered her own record of 50.67 set earlier this month, and 17-18 National Age Group record of 50.19 that was set by Olivia Bray in 2019.

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Caleb Montrealez
1 month ago

Torri Huske is my celebrity crush

fluidg
1 month ago

Wow. Even more impressive back to back. That’s a very tough double!

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