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PHOTOS: Pumputis Etches Name in History in 2019

#BestofGT (March 30, 2019) Then-sophomore Caio Pumputis made history at Georgia Tech on the fourth day of the 2019 NCAA Division I Swimming & Diving Championships when he became the first Yellow Jacket to be a three-time All-American at the same NCAA Championships. At the Lee & Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center in Austin, Pumputis set the school record for the 200 breast (1:50.70) to earn his third top-eight nod after earning it with school records in the 200 IM (1:41.04) and 100 breast (51.38) events to help lead the eight NCAA qualifiers from the then-No. 19-ranked Georgia Tech men’s swimming & diving team.

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