A 10-year-old boy in Monterey County, California, made history recently when he broke a swimming record held by Olympic legend Michael Phelps for 23 years.
The boy -- named Clark Kent -- swims for the Monterey County Aquatic Team and was competing in the Far West International Championship in California when he won the 100-meter butterfly in an impressive time of 1:09:38.
This made headlines because the time topped a 23-year-old record held by Michael Phelps.
Along with being an exceptional swimmer, Clark also does piano lessons, martial arts and codes computers.
With all these accomplishments -- especially in the water -- and his special name, it’s no surprise that he has earned the nickname “Superman.” (Huffingto
Kevin in the Morning!