lennox doubles up again in butterfly


A year ago Doug Lennox rolled to the 100y and 200y Butterfly titles at Blodgett Pool in Cambridge, Mass.

So just imagine how badly the Princeton senior was chomping at the bit to go after both titles once again in 2009 — this time in the friendly confines (well at least to Tiger swimmers) of DeNunzio Pool.

Lennox once again doubled up to sweep the Breaststroke discipline. Coming off of a record-setting swim in the 100y Butterfly, the senior also toppled all three existing records in the 200y with a 1:42.78.

To view the race in its entirety, head to FloSwimming.com.

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