Tom Shields Dials Up American Record 43.84 In 100-Yard Fly At United States Nationals

Tom Shields - By Matthew Bish - Bold Action Media

Tom Shields became the first athlete to break the 44-second barrier in the 100-yard butterfly, going 43.84 for a U.S. Open and American standard on Friday night at Nationals.

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Tom Shields became the first athlete to break the 44-second barrier in the 100-yard butterfly, going 43.84 for a U.S. Open and American standard on Friday night at Nationals.

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