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Quincy Page of the Temple Hills Dolphins

Meet Quincy Page of the Temple Hills Dolphins. Quincy started swimming at 11yrs old. He swims¬†with the Temple Hills Dolphins of Maryland and qualified to participate in Prince-Mont Swim League’s All Star meet the past 3 years in a row. This meet only includes the fastest swimmers from each division. At this year’s highly competitive All Star meet, Quincy placed 4th overall in the boys 13 – 14 50m butterfly.¬†Quincy, now 14 and a 10th grader at Benjamin Banneker high school in Washington D.C., dreams of making the U.S. Olympic team for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

His mother shared that she is “elated with the passion he has shown in his desire to challenge Phelps’ record in the 100 butterfly and 400 Individual Medley.”

Black Kids Swim is SO PROUD of Quincy. We’ll be cheering for you in Tokyo!

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