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World, U.S. Masters Records Set At IGLA Meet -- July 1, 1999

Seventeen USMS and seven world Masters records (short course meters) were set at the International Gay and Lesbian Aquatic Championships, held recently at the Georgia Tech Aquatic Center in Atlanta, according to meet director John Brown. The pool was the site of the 1996 Olympic swimming competition.

World and U.S. records were set by:
Women
Robynn Masters Quac 40-44 400 m. I.M. 5:22.59


Men
John Keppeler TOC 30-34 100 m. Back 0:56.25
John Keppeler TOC 30-34 200 m. Back 2:02.91
Jerome Frentsos DCAC 30-34 400 m. I.M. 4:32.23
Tom Reudy WH2O 45-49 100 m. I.M. 1:02.99
Tom Reudy WH2O 45-49 200 m. I.M. 2:16.97
Tom Reudy WH20 45-49 400 m. I.M. 4:57.34


USMS records were set by
Men
John Keppeler TOC 30-34 100 m. Free 0:50.97
John Keppeler TOC 30-34 200 m. Free 1:52.04
Lorenzo Benucci ART 30-34 100 m. I.M. 0:58.64
Jerome Frentsos DCAC 30-34 200 m. I.M. 2:08.42
Charlie Johnson FINS 35-39 200 m. I.M. 2:12.27
Charlie Johnson FINS 35-39 400 m. I.M. 4:44.18
Tom Reudy WH2O 45-49 100 m. Back 1:04.68

Men's Relays
DCAC "A" 100+ 400 m. Fr. Rel. 3:39.47
DCAC "A" 160+ 400 m. Fr. Rel. 3:46.15
DCAC "A" 120+ 400 m. M. Rel. 4:04.80