A 10-year-old boy named Clark Kent just beat a swimming record set by Michael Phelps 23 years ago

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Business Insider—CBS Sports Clark Kent, a 10-year-old boy, recently beat an old record set by Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps. Dubbed "Superman," Kent swam a 100-meter butterfly race at a competition in California over one second faster than what Phelps managed 23 years ago. He says he feels like he can fly through water — and who are we to argue otherwise? When Clark Kent, a 10-year-old boy dubbed "Superman," is in the water, he says he feels like he is "flying," according to CBS Evening News.See the rest of...

10-Year-Old Named Clark Kent Beats Record Michael Phelps Held for 23 Years. Turns out, Superman might actually exist. A 10-year-old whose real name is Clark Kent Apuada beat Michael Phelps’ 100-meter butterfly record over the weekend, CNN reports. Apuada competed at the Far West International Championship with the Monterey County Aquatic Team in California and finished the 100-meter butterfly with a time of 1:09:38, a few seconds faster than Phelps in 1995. The record has remained unbroken until now, and the new record holder has only been swimming competitively for...