And, get this... The young man's name? CLARK KENT.
According to SF Gate, "What's catching the attention of most is his extraordinary time in the 100-meter butterfly: 1:09:38. That's a little more than a second faster than the record a young Michael Phelps — now a 28-medal Olympian — set for the same race in 1995. Phelps was about the same age as Apuada when he set that record.”
Clark Kent, a 10-year-old from California nicknamed "Superman," is making headlines for beating a record held by retired Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps: https://t.co/egESUggolr pic.twitter.com/PXgHu8ZYA7— CNN Sport (@cnnsport) July 31, 2018