Clark kent breaks Michael Phelps record: California’s 10-year-old Superman breaks Michael Phelps record, haha it’s so funny but yes!! it happened on August 1, 2018, when, Clark Kent Apuada has pulled the attention of the sports world. Clarke is at number one in the Far West International Swimming Championships. He broke Michael Phelps’s 100 m Butterfly record in swimming. Phelps, who won 23 gold medals in his career in the Olympics, has set 39 world records before retiring. But, the record of junior best in the 100-meter butterfly swimming is broken now. In 1995, Phelps made the record in one minute ten seconds. Kent did the same thing in one minute and 9.38 seconds. Kent has won all seven races in this domain. Phelps has sent a message of “Well Done Kent”. He wrote, very good luck to break my record. Keep doing a spectacular display.
Long-standing saddle, well-lit physique, 6 feet four-in-length length and 6 feet seven-inch wingspan. Michael Phelps is one of the best players in the world of Olympics, who know very well to win. Before winning the game, they win the gold medal with a conquest of victory. The Filipino-American boy swam the 1:10.48 record set by Phelps in the 100-metre butterfly swimming category. He clocked in at 1:09.38 at the Far Western Long Course Championship in his home state of California this Sunday.
— Michael Phelps (@MichaelPhelps) August 1, 2018
Fifth Grader Clark said that he only started swimming at the age of three and dreaming about breaking Phelps’s records because he started swimming competitively at the age of seven. “I was very motivated. I was very happy and relieved that I could beat that record,” he said after breaking Michael Phelps record in 100-metre butterfly swimming.
Clark’s mother, Cynthia Apuada, said that her child “is living with her name at this time.” Shee said that despite them telling people his name is Clark, they only call his son Superman after they realise his full name.