July 30, 2018
2018 UANA Pan American Masters Championship
The first day of the 2018 UANA Pan American Masters Swimming Championsships was a record breaking day. Dan Kirkland led the record breaking day with a World Record in the Men's 800 Freestyle in the 70-74 age group. His time of 10:37.71 bettered the existing World Record by 8 seconds. There were also 15 UANA Pan American Masters Championship meet records.
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SWIMMING - DAY 2 RESULTS
Records continue to fall at the 2018 UANA Pan American Masters Championships in Day 2.
The day started off with World Record swim by Laura Vaca (Mex) breaking the World Record for the women's 400 IM (65-69) in a time of 6:27.15. Her World Record was followed by Laura Val (US) in the women's 50 Free (65-69) in a time of 29.17. The Men got their second World Record from James Elder (US) in the men's 50 Free (75-79) with at time of 29.87. In addition to these World Record swims 41 UANA Pan American Masters Swimming Meet records were broken.
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