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Swimming: Records fall at City Championships

Seals’ Larson, Pirhanas’ DeVries break records set during the 1980s

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Posted: Thursday, July 13, 2017 11:32 pm

On Thursday evening at the Tokay High swimming pool, records were broken among some of the approximate 460 youths, ages 6 to incoming high school seniors competing at the Lodi Parks and Recreation City Championships. The four city teams competing are the Seals, Dolphins, Piranhas and the Tritons.

According to John Griffin, who runs the Lodi Swim Club and coordinator of the annual event, three records that were set in the 1980s were snapped on Thursday. Leading the record-breaking way was the Seals’ Nathan Larson. In the boys’ 11-12 bracket, Larson was clocked at 32.27 seconds in the 50 backstroke; the previous record was 33.40 set in 1980. Larson snapped another time in the 50 breaststroke at 35.81; the old mark was 36.33 that was established in 1987.

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