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Matthew Klotz breaks 2 Deaf world records at US Nationals

By Braden Keith

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Matthew Klotz broke Deaf Swimming World Records in the 50 backstroke and freestyle.

American Deaflympian Matthew Klotz has broke three World Deaf Swimming Records last week in Irvine at the 2018 US National Championships.

First, in a time trial, he swam a 23.14 in the 50 long course meter freestyle, which broke the World Record of 23.34 done by Marcus Titus at the 2015 World Deaf Swimming Championships. Klotz’s previous personal best was 23.46 from 2016.

Read More: https://swimswam.com/matthew-klotz-breaks-2-deaf-world-records-at-us-nationals/

Source: Swim Swam

Photo credit - Tim Binning/TheSwimPictures.com

 
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