Carson Foster Blasts 1:32.99 National High School Record in 200 Free at Ohio State Championships

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Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

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Carson Foster dropped a blazing-fast 1:32.99 in the 200 free at the 2019 Ohio Boys DI State Swimming and Diving Championships to set a new National High School record.

Foster’s time of 1:33.38 during prelims was just off the national mark, and his time during finals blasted the old record of 1:33.30 which was held by Carmel’s Drew Kibler set on Feb. 24, 2017.

In addition to setting a new National High School mark, his time also broke his own Ohio state record. A current junior at Sycamore High School, Foster has verbally committed to the Texas Longhorns as a member of the class of 2024.

Foster’s splits:

  • 50 – 21.63
  • 100 – 45.14 (23.51)
  • 150 – 1:09.16 (24.02)
  • 200 – 1:32.99 (23.83)

Foster does his club swimming with Mason Manta Rays and is a member of the United States National Junior Team. He won the 200m back, 200m IM, 400m IM and anchored the winning 4×200 free relay at the 2018 Junior Pan Pac Championships. He also earned silver medals in the 4×200 free relay and the 200m back at 2017 World Junior Championships

12 comments

  1. Ken Hess

    Joe, this guy was moving too! Check out his splits!

  2. Dan DiSalle

    What a thrill to watch it in person

  3. Dave Dupré

    It was ferocious – battling a wavy pool the whole way

    • Thomas Gilmore

      The lane lines didn’t look very tight on the videos I saw of D2.