Claire Curzan Breaks NAG Record Again; Dahlia Wins 100 Fly At TYR Pro Swim Series In Richmond

Kelsi Dahlia at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Columbus, Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

Kelsi Dahlia posted a win in her signature 100 fly tonight at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Richmond, finishing just a touch quicker than her prelims swim to hit the wall in 57.99. That is less than two-tenths off her season-best from the Knoxville stop of the Pro Swim Series (57.86).

In second was Claire Curzan, who broke the 13-14 NAG record for the second time today. Curzan posted hit a 59.00 in the morning to break the record, before taking it all the way down to a 58.61 tonight. That makes her the first 13-14 swimmer to break 59 seconds in the long course 100 fly.

Third went to Farida Osman (58.89), nearly identical to her prelims time and just off her own season best of 58.68.

Screen Shot 2019-04-11 at 7.00.19 PM


  1. avatar

    Curran’s swim after finishing the 50 back 9 minutes earlier was amazing!