Swimming legend Janet Evans broke two world masters records on Saturday, in her first competition since the 1996 Olympic Games. First, Evans clocked 4:23.82 in the 400 meter freestyle, besting the previous world record for the 35-39 age group of 4:26.17, set in 1997. And then later, she shattered the world masters record in her the 800 meter freestyle, clocking 8:59.06, more than 10 seconds faster than the previous record. Via The Orange County Register.
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