(Salinas, CA) — A ten-year-old boy is beating a record set by Olympic swimming champion Michael Phelps. Clark Kent Apuada recently beat Phelp’s 100-meter butterfly record that was set 23 years ago. Apuada barely beat Phelp’s record, finishing with a time of 1:09:38 verus Phelp’s time of 1:10:48. The Salinas Aquatic Center in California announced the news on their Facebook page on Saturday. Phelp’s gave a shout out to the young swimmer, commending his accomplishment and encouraging him to keep dreaming big. Apuada has been swimming competitively for four years and placed first in six other swim events over the weekend.
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