ICYMI: 10-Yr-Old Breaks World Swimming Record Held By Legend Michael Phelps

FORMER Olympic swimming champion, Michael Phelps has been displaced by a kid, who also happened to have a superhero name.
Clark Kent Apuada, a 10-year-old boy nicknamed "Superman" for obvious reasons, clocked 1:09:38 during a 100-meter butterfly event at the Far West International Championship in California over the weekend. 
His time is more than a second better than Phelps' 1:10:48 record set in 1995, CNN reported

What's even more impressive is that Clark only started swimming competitively four years ago!