Clark Kent Apuada Breaks Michael Phelps’ Butterfly Swimming Record





With a name like Clark Kent, no wonder this ten-year-old Fil-Am from California destroyed the 100-meter butterfly record of Michael Phelps, one of the most decorated Olympians and one of the fastest swimmers in the world.

During the Far West International Championship, Clark won the 100-meter butterfly with a time of 1:09.38–more than one second better than Michael Phelp’s 1995 1:10.48 record when he was 10 years old.

Clark Kent Apuada breaks Michael Phelps Far Western Age Group Record set in 1995 (1:10.48)at the 2018 Long Course Meters Far Western International Age Group Championships 7/29/18 in the 100 fly going 1:09.38

Posted by Salinas Aquatic Center MCAT on Sunday, July 29, 2018

Despite being a competitive swimmer for just four years, Clark has continuously displayed promise in swimming as he continues to set records left and right. According to him, he hopes to compete in the 2024 Olympics when he turns sixteen.

Clark Kent Apuada breaks Michael Phelps Far Western Age Group Record set in 1995 (1:10.48)at the 2018 Long Course Meters Far Western International Age Group Championships 7/29/18 in the 100 fly going 1:09.38

Posted by Salinas Aquatic Center MCAT on Sunday, July 29, 2018









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