Her time away from the pool didn’t seem to slow down Claire Curzan.
The TAC Titan phenom broke ten NCS records at her club’s intrasquad meet held this past weekend at the Triangle Aquatic Center! In her first meet since the COVID-19 outbreak in March, Curzan’s times in the 50 free, 100 free, 100 back, and 100 fly set new standards in both the 15-16 and the 15-18 age groups. Her 100 fly time of 50.03 also broke her own Open record! In addition, Curzan set a new 15-16 age group record in the 200 fly.
Below is a summary of her record swims:
|Women’s Short Course Records|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-16||50 Free||21.51|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-16||100 Free||47.23|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-16||100 Back||51.01|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-16||100 Fly||50.03|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-16||200 Fly||1:53.59|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-18||50 Free||21.51|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-18||100 Free||47.23|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-18||100 Back||51.01|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||15-18||100 Fly||50.03|
|Claire Curzan||TAC||Open||100 Fly||50.03|
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, times achieved in July meets may not be used for USA Swimming programs but are eligible for NCS record recognition.