16-Year-Old Jack Dolan Goes 19.86 50-Yard Freestyle

2017 NCSA Summer Championships

August 1-5, 2017
Indianapolis, Indiana
IU Natatorium
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At 16 years old, Jack Dolan from Missouri's Rockwood Swim Club is one of the most notable young talents in swimming. Having only focused on the sport for two years, Dolan has made a serious name for himself and has definitely caught the attention of various top-tier schools. He is headed to the 2017 NCSA Summer Championships in Indianapolis on August 1-5 after already having a stellar LA Invite just recently.

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Jack's Best Times:
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Short Course Yards
50 freestyle: 19.86
100 freestyle: 43.61
200 freestyle: 1:35.68
100 backstroke: 47.61
200 backstroke: 1:43.98
100 butterfly: 47.45

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Long Course Meters
50 freestyle: 23.20
100 freestyle: 50.43
200 freestyle: 1:50.70
100 backstroke: 56.07
200 backstroke: 2:02.51
100 butterfly: 55.79
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See what Jack had to say when we had him on Outside Smoke:


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