Mason Manta Rays Break 15-16 Boys 400 Free Relay National Age Group Record

Photo Courtesy: Mason Manta Rays (@RAYSswimming)

The boys 15-16 400 meter freestyle relay National Age Group record fell tonight in Columbus, Ohio at the Speedo Sectionals Championships.

The Mason Manta Rays team posted a 3:28.28 to lower the old mark by nearly a second.

The old record was a 3:29.18 swum by Upper Dublin Aquatic club in 2014. That quartet was Jake SannemWyatt AmdorMichael Thomas, and Michael Jensen.

Mason Manta Rays swam the team of Adam ChaneyJacob FosterTyler Babinec, and Carson Foster.

Splits:

Adam Chaney- 25.26/ 26.69 (51.95)

Jacob Foster- 24.68/ 27.54 (52.22)

Tyler Babinec- 25.34/ 28.57 (53.91)

Carson Foster- 23.80/ 26.40 (50.20)

Old Record Splits:

Sannem- 52.07

Amdor- 53.49

Thomas- 52.49

Jensen- 51.13

The team finished second in the event tonight behind the team from Ohio State Swim Club. That team, however, was not just 15-16 year olds.

Results on Meet Mobile: 2017 OH Speedo Sectionals at Columbus. 

3 Comments

3 comments

  1. Vicki Parkes Auditore

    The Rays women’s 400 free relay did the same thing tonight – broke the age group record – finished second.

  2. Ken Holland

    Great job men…But… we need this one back in our area..I know a few people !!!

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