Matt Klotz appeared in FACES IN THE CROWD in the Aug. 14, 2017, issue of SI after setting the world record in the 50-meter backstroke for deaf swimmers at the 2017 Deaflympics in Samsun, Turkey—while battling the flu. That mark has now been broken—by Klotz. At the U.S. national championships in Irvine, Calif., in July, the LSU junior swam the event in 25.95. Later in the meet he set a deaf record in the 50-meter free with a time of 23.14. In all Klotz, a native of Cameron Park, Calif., now has four deaf world records, the most of anyone. Last year, in addition to winning four medals—three gold—at the Deaflympics, he was named the USA Deaf Sports Federation Sportsman of the Year. Klotz will now look to improve his spots in the LSU record book: His time of 1:43.55 in the 200-back is the second fastest by any swimmer in Tigers history.