Watch Miriam Sheehan Break 10&U 100 Fly NAG in Prelims with 1:08.22

Ten-year-old Miriam Sheehan of Phoenix Swim Club in Paradise Valley, Arizona, used some pretty impressive underwaters to blast a 1:08.22 in prelims of the girls 10-and-under 100m fly  at the Arizona Swimming Long Course Age Group State Championships (results available here).

The swim was a .82 improvement from her seed time, and it broke the NAG record by .45. Sheehan split 30.96-37.26.

Sheehan now owns both butterfly NAG records for 10-and-under girls, having broken the 50m fly with 30.43 in May.


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8 years ago

thanks braden keith

8 years ago

Anne lepesant, thanks for the info on the boy,s 10 and under 100 fly NAG record by abdrew rodgers.
The difference between the boys and girls (10 and under) 100 fly record is almost 3 seconds which is surprising. It,s surprising to me because there,s not much physical difference between boys and girls at the age range of 10 and under. In terms of arm strength, leg strength(kicking strength) and endurance, boys and girls at that age range are more or less the same.
I,ve never really thrown much about 10 and under records.
I would really like to know the differences between the boys and girls 10 and under races in the other events(are the time… Read more »

Reply to  carlo
8 years ago

carlo – you can find all of the records on our records page here.

bobo gigi
8 years ago

Thanks for the video.
First time I watch her swim.
She already has huge underwaters!
If she can balance a little better her effort, she can probably break the record again in final.

8 years ago

cool swim.
What is the boy,s 10 and under 100 fly NAG record.
phelps? Oh oh oh.

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Anne Lepesant

Anne Lepesant is the mother of four daughters, all of whom swam in college. With an undergraduate degree from Princeton (where she was an all-Ivy tennis player) and an MBA from INSEAD, she worked for many years in the financial industry, both in France and the U.S. Anne is currently …

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