Claire Curzan Re-Breaks Her 11-12 NAG Record in 100 Fly; First to Break 54 Seconds

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Photo Courtesy: Raleigh Swim Association

12-year-old Claire Curzan became the youngest swimmer to break 54 seconds in the 100 fly on Sunday at the National Black Heritage Meet in Greensboro, North Carolina. The swimmer from Raleigh Swim Association re-broke her National Age Group Record that stood at 54.00. Curzan swam a 53.95 on Sunday to lower her record she set in March of this year.

Curzan has been on a roll this past year as she has lowered the NAG record in the 100 fly for 11-12 girls multiple times throughout the last year. Curzan also holds the NAG record in the 50 fly that she set taking out her 100 in March. Her 50 record stands at 24.39. Curzan has been on such a roll the last year that she was Swimming World’s up and comer of the month for the month of May. Curzan sits ahead of Regan Smith (54.73) and Miriam Sheehan (54.90) in the all-time rankings for 11-12 year old girls in the 100 SCY fly.

37 comments

  1. Joanne Newton

    Amazing!!!!!!!!! Congratulations!!!!

  2. Kelly Todd

    Amazing, I’d love to see her swim

  3. Nicole Sarafolean

    Evelina Curzan, you must be sooo proud!!!

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      Evelina Curzan

      Yes, we are very proud of our granddaughter Claire! She’s on a roll alright! Go Claire, you rock, girl! Love you!

    • Evelina Curzan

      Yes, we are very proud of her. Wish we could have seen the race!

  4. Dylan Cathryne Oliveri

    My brother is her coach! He is just so proud of her and all she has accomplished.

  5. Pat Kennedy

    Outstanding!!! Congratulations to the young lady, her family and coaches.

  6. Sidney Tran

    She’s as fast as Mark Spitz when he attempted a come back in the early 90s in the 100 fly. 🙂

  7. Evelina Curzan

    WOW Claire, another record! You rock, girl ???

  8. Cara Rickel

    That is incredible! Sounds like she might be an Olympic star in the making!

  9. Sally Bright

    Karen Palmer this is rapid 🙂

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    Excellent results. The world needs more female swimmers to set this type of example to younger swimmers. Congratulations!

  11. Mica Botha

    Congratulations what a role model and inspiration!

  12. Han Nguyen

    Lol Vivian Wang

  13. Hayley Schultz Harris

    Marla Bergeron-My son Tiesyn was swimming at the meet when she originally broke the record and was at the meet again when she broke it. She is unbelievable to watch!

    • Marla Bergeron

      Wow!!! That is so cool! I bet the races were incredible to watch – especially at her age!

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    JAN Quail

    Claire you are destined for gold!