A 10-year-old boy beat a record set by an Olympic swimming champion who has 23 gold medals.
Clark Kent Apuada (because of course: Superman!) recently beat Michael Phelps' 100-meter butterfly record that was set 23 years ago. Apuada barely beat the record, finishing with a time of 1:09:38 verus Phelp's time of 1:10:48. It happened Saturday at The Salinas Aquatic Center in California, who posted it on their Facebook page.
Aside from being an Olympian, Clark wants to be a scientist and hold a black belt. Watch this kid go and his positive attitude. Yay kiddo!
Phelps gave a shout out to the little dude, encouraging him to keep dreaming big. LOVE LOVE LOVE this whole story!