(Race Video) Brendan Burns Breaks Tim Phillips’ 100 Fly YMCA National Mark

Photo Courtesy: Lou Petto> Upper Main Line YMCA

Three national records fell on night two of the 2018 YMCA National championships.

Swimming for the third time in the night, Upper Main Line’s Brendan Burns dove in for the 100 butterfly. Burns touched the wall two seconds ahead of second place, in 46.61. That time was a new YMCA National record, taking down one of the YMCA’s older national marks, a 46.96 set by US National Teamer Tim Phillips of Marietta in 2009.

Burns also led off the team’s winning 200 medley relay, topped the 200 backstroke, and was a part of a silver medal effort in the 4×100 freestyle relay.

Event 204  Men 100 Yard Butterfly
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     National: * 46.96  4/7/2009  Tim Phillips, Marietta-OH
    Name                  Age Team              Prelims     Finals Points 
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                       === Championship Final ===                        
 
  1 Brendan Burns          16 UpperMainLine-PA    48.40      46.61*  20  
                 21.88        46.61 (24.73)
  2 Oliver Zmetrovich      18 North Shore-MA      49.25      48.69   17  
                 22.49        48.69 (26.20)
  3 Alexander Margherio    17 Birmingham-MI       48.98      48.75   16  
                 22.31        48.75 (26.44)
  4 Zachary Wolbert        18 Pocono-PA           49.51      49.37   15  
                 23.13        49.37 (26.24)
  5 Cody Stewart           17 Spencer-PA          49.41      49.47   14  
                 22.76        49.47 (26.71)
  6 Tim Stollings          17 Tri-County-WV       49.83      49.69   13  
                 22.93        49.69 (26.76)
  7 Kaiser Neverman        15 Green Bay-WI        49.63      49.74   12  
                 23.17        49.74 (26.57)
  8 Martin Baffico         18 Sarasota-FL         49.78      50.18   11  
                 23.41        50.18 (26.77)
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Cathleen Pruden is a 2016 graduate of Mount Holyoke College and was a four time All-American and a three time Academic All-American for the Lyons. She grew up swimming in and has also coached in Raleigh, North Carolina. Currently she is the Assistant Coach at Bowdoin College.

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