On today's edition of The Morning Swim Show, we meet the four members of the national high school record-setting 200 freestyle relay from The Baylor School. Kristen Vredeveld, Ashley Yearwood, Bria Deveaux and Kimberlee John-Williams relive the highlights of the race, and how the team’s performance at the Tennessee state championships was geared more toward national acclaim. As we wrap up Black History Month in the United States, it’s fitting to note that three of the swimmers on the Baylor relay are of African descent (John-Williams is from Trinidad and Tobago, Yearwood was born in Bermuda and Deveaux hails from the Bahamas). To our knowledge, this is the first time a national record-setting relay has been comprised of at least three swimmers of African descent. If you know of any previous national high school relay records that have been broken with at least three swimmers of African descent, or relay records set with a majority of non-American citizens, let us know in the comments section below.