2013winterKNOXVILLE, TN - December 5, 2013 - Fans cheer during  the 500 Yard Freestyle during the USA Swimming AT&T Winter National Championships at the Allan Jones Aquatic Center in Knoxville, Tennessee
Courtesy of: Tia Patron/Tennessee Athletics
GREENSBORO, North Carolina, December 13. MICHAEL Andrew, the 14-year-old professional swimmer who has drawn some attention for signing a sponsorship deal before he can even legally drive, dropped his 13-14 U.S. National Age Group record in the 100-yard fly even more.

After lowering his record of 48.78 with a 48.40 this morning, Andrew took second to Kyle Gornay (47.01) in finals of the USA Swimming Winter Junior Nationals with a sizzling 47.47. That cut nearly a second off his newly-minted mark.

Overall, Andrew has eight entries in the short course yard national age group books. He owns the 100 IM for 10-and-under with a 1:01.31, as well as the 50 free (21.85), 100 free (47.95), 50 breast (27.46), 50 fly (23.65), 100 IM (53.86) for 11-12.


The 100 fly is his second 13-14 record as of right now, with a 55.96 in the 100-yard breast as well.