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Swim Records Broken After 25 and 39 Years

Jackson Heether '25 and Max Kunisaki '25 broke two of the oldest Gilman swim records at the meet against Calvert Hall on Thursday, January 25, which the team also collectively won. Heether broke the 50 free record, last set in 1999, and Kunisaki broke the 500 free record, last set in 1985. Congratulations to both!

The 500 free record from 1985 was set by Bill Stratton '85. “I want to congratulate Max on all his swimming accomplishments, and no doubt breaking records is the result of the many hours of practice and all the hard work that he has put in over many years. Swimming is a sport that requires so much dedication and discipline and it’s clear that Max has both,” Stratton said.

He went on, “I’m certainly proud to have had a school record stand for 39 years but more importantly I’m grateful for my Gilman experience and how it helped prepare all of us for rest of our lives.”

Go Greyhounds!

photos by Mike Spotte P'26


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