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On Saturday at the 2022 Tennessee Invite, Tennessee freshman Gui Caribe swam a new personal best time of 41.44 in the 100 free to become the second-fastest Division I freshman in the history of the event. The only swimmer who has been faster than Caribe as a freshman is his teammate Jordan Crooks, who swam a 41.16 in his freshman year last season. Crooks was also the only swimmer who beat Caribe on Saturday, as he finished first in the race with a time of 41.29.

Coming into college, Caribe held a long course personal best of 48.71 in the 100 free and was a Brazilian age group record holder, but he was a relatively unknown recruit. He started attracting attention as soon as he began racing as a Volunteer, turning heads when he clocked an unsuited 42.81 at a dual meet against Louisville and a 41.96 relay split against NC State. Then, when he suited up for the first time this season at the Tennessee invite, he dropped nearly a second off his PB and went 41.91 in prelims before swimming a 41.44 in finals. 59ce067264


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