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Medina, Ohio  -  On Sunday, April 5, 2009 at the Medina Sprint Classic, Todd Stultz, Laura Kessler, Jack Groselle and Karen Staursky (pictured) swam a mixed 200+ age group 200 meter short course freestyle relay (1:48.74) that broke the United States Masters Swimming National record as well as the FINA World record that has stood since November of 2002. The record of 1:49.36 was formally held by a team from New England Masters.

Also on Sunday, Jack (55) went 54.50 and broke the national and world short course 100 meter freestyle record formally held by Paul Trevisan at 55.12.  Todd, Jack and Laura (husband and wife) swim for the Ohio Masters Swim Club and train with the Solon Stars USA swimming club under head coach Mike Davidson.

See other story regarding Jack’s other recent world records.

See Cleveland.Com version of the story.