Michael Phelps has nothing on Keefe Lodwig. This weekend he set two age-group world records at the United State Masters Swimming Long Course National Championship in Portland, Oregon.
Lodwig won the 50-meter butterfly in 28.68 seconds, breaking the previous record of 30.33 seconds for the 65-69 year-old division. He also took first in the 100 freestyle, setting another world record for his age group with a time of 1:01.75, breaking the previous mark of 1:02.76.
Though Lodwig didn’t set a third world record in the 100 butterfly, he also finished first in that event with a time of 1:16.34.
Also competing, Bucky Greenberg of Omaha won the 50 breaststroke in the 80-84 year-old division with a time of 49.67 seconds.