Andrew Seliskar Moves to 4th All Time in 400 IM With 17-18 NAG

Photo Courtesy: Griffin Scott

FAIRFAX – Andrew Seliskar, of Nation’s Capital Aquatics, blew the doors off the men’s 400-yard IM at the Potomac Valley Swimming Championships tonight.

Seliskar vaulted to fourth all time in the men’s 400-yard IM with a ridiculously fast time of 3:37.52 according to Reach for the Wall.

That performance not only lowered Chase Kalisz’ 17-18 U.S. National Age Group record of 3:39.82 from 2013, it also shot Selisker to fourth all time in the event’s history.

All Time 400 IM

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Seliskar split the race 49.60, 1:44.40 (54.80), 2:47.70 (1:01.30), 3:37.52 (51.82).

Seliskar crushed his previous personal best of 3:41.19 from the 2013 Winter Junior Nationals.

Seliskar also won the 100-yard breast in 52.05, well ahead of his lifetime best of 53.24 from February 2014.



Author: Jason Marsteller

Jason Marsteller is the general manager of digital properties at Swimming World. He joined Swimming World in June 2006 as the managing editor after previous stints as a media relations professional at Indiana University, the University of Tennessee, Southern Utah University and the Utah Summer Games.

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