ARAC/WAC Twin Meet (Return to Competitors Twin Meet)
- November 20-21, 2020
- Orange City Pool, Orange, Connecticut
- Quick Course Yards (25 yard) pool
- Full Meet Results
After racing to a pair of lifetime bests on the US Open per week earlier, NC State commit and the #17 recruit in the highschool class of 2021 Arsenio Bustos swam one other lifetime greatest, this time within the 100 yard again.
Bustos posted a 47.98 within the occasion, which took 7-tenths of a second off his earlier greatest time of 48.63. That earlier greatest time was executed in February on the Connecticut Senior Championships on a relay leadoff in his final quick course meet earlier than coronavirus quarantines took impact in March.
Amongst his different swims on the meet, he additionally swam 44.02 within the 100 yard free (his greatest time is 43.62) and 1:45.81 within the 200 IM (his greatest time is 1:45.57).
Bustos is without doubt one of the most-versatile swimmers we’ve seen popping out of highschool in a very long time. With a better of 55.16 within the 100 breast, 47.98 within the 100 again, 43.62 within the 100 free, and 47.57 within the 100 fly, he joins extraordinarily uncommon firm at 17-years previous.
At his age or youthful, 187 swimmers have been higher than 55.16 within the 100 breaststroke, 98 have been higher than 47.98 within the 100 backstroke, 86 have been 43.62 or higher within the 100 freestyle, and 86 have been 47.57 or higher within the 100 fly.
Of that group, solely four swimmers apart from Bustos have been that quick in all four strokes. A type of, Michael Andrew, is a World Champions. One, Andrew Seliskar, is an NCAA Champion. The opposite two, Anthony Grimm and Tim Connery, will begin their school careers subsequent fall on the College of Texas.
Bustos trains with the Woodbridge Aquatic Membership.