WATCH: North Allegheny High School Break Legendary 400 Free Record

Swimming on Thursday, day 2 of the Pennsyvlania AAA, the 400 free relay from North Allegheny High School broke one of the legendary National High School records. The group of Mason Gonzalez (43.27), Andrew Zhang (44.24), Jack Wright (43.22), and Rick Mihm (43.08) combined for an incredible 2:53.81. That time broke not only their own National public school record, of 2:57.59, set in December, but also cleared the famed Bolles School independent schools’ record of 2:54.43 from 2012. That Bolles relay included Olympic gold medalist Ryan Murphy, Olympic gold medalist Joseph Schooling, and Olympic 4th-place finisher in the 100 free Santo Condorelli.

See a full video of the race, courtesy Deanne Morris (1st video), and Brian Wright (2nd view):

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Malaysian

The video linked is the 2free relay though?

What

Wrong video

Swimmer!

Dat finger

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