Watch Video of 10-year old Andrew Rogers Lowering Own 100 meter fly NAG Record

Andrew Rogers from the Arkansas Dolphins Swim Team cranked out another National Age Group Record tonight in the boys’ 10&U 100 meter butterfly.  In recording his new mark of 1:05.08, Rogers shredded his own NAG record from prelims (1:06.52) en route to becoming the first 10&U male swimmer to ever break the 1:06-barrier in the event.

Read more about Rogers’ history-making feat here, but prepare to be awestruck catching the youngster in action out of lane 4 in the race video.

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Lane Four

Andrew looked stronger than the earlier swim. Coach, what are the time goals once he ages up to 11&12? Definitely a sub-60?

Coach E

Yes it’s fun to swim fast at a young age and we are so proud of Andrew’s accomplishments to this point.
We believe here in LR that long term progression is the way to go.
Swimming fast in our older years is fun too. We preach it daily.
We want our kids swimming fast in high school, college and beyond.
If they’re best years are in the 12&under age groups, we’ve missed the mark.

Lane Four

GREAT philosophy. Definitely, your approach is the best way and smartest way. Congratulations for Andrew’s fantastic performances! Onwards and upwards!


Thanks for sharing Coach E. Great attitude and philosophy about swimming!
Can I ask what type of training you do with the team, is it primarily traditional or more USRPT? Thanks!

bobo gigi

Our French 100 fly NAG record for 12-year-old boys is 1.07.02.
10-year-old Andrew Rogers swam 1.05.98.
Crazy fast.
Congrats to him.

About Loretta Race

Loretta Race

After 16 years at a Fortune 1000 financial company, long-time swimmer Retta Race decided to change lanes and pursue her sporting passion. She currently is Coach for the Northern KY Swordfish Masters, a team she started up in December 2013, while also offering private coaching. Retta is also an MBA …

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