Winn Aung
Courtesy of: Redding Swim Team
UKIAH, California, July 28. AFTER rewriting the 10-and-under meter record books, Redding's Winn Aung, 10, took aim at the short course yard marks this weekend at the Ukiah Dolphsin Soroptomist meet.

Aung, who previously blasted the meter marks en route to owning the 50 (27.42), 100 (1:00.67) and 200 free (2:11.32) records to become the most prolific 10-and-under sprint freestyler in the history of USA Swimming, took down a much ballyhooed 10-and-under 100-yard freestyle record this weekend with a 53.12.

That time obliterated the 54.10 set by Michael Andrew back in 2010, just three years before Andrew and his family decided to turn pro at an extremely young age earlier this year. That's another big scalp for Aung, as he already surpassed the NBA's Kris Humphries' hallowed standards.


Winn also set new Sierra Nevada LSC Records in the 200 free with a time of 1:59.74 and in the 100 back with a time of 1:05.49. That's five straight meets during which Winn has set a National Age Group record.



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