A 16-year-old swimmer from Door County has won a pair of national championships. Conner McHugh won the 50-meter and 200-meter breast-stroke titles at the YMCA Long Course National Championships in Atlanta this week. McHugh tied a national YMCA record on Tuesday, when he won the 50-meter event in 29-point-47 seconds. Mike McHugh explains…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/mike1.mp3|titles=Mike McHugh- National record is a bonus]While the goal was to win the 50, coach McHugh says that Conner’s win in the 200 Meter breaststroke was a surprise…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/07/mike2.mp3|titles=Mike McHugh- 200 Breaststroke]In April, McHugh won the 100-yard breast-stroke title at the “Y’s” Short Course national meet and he will swim that race today with the hopes of going faster than 1:04.69 which happens to be the Olympic Trials qualifying time. The competition is being held in the 1996 Olympic pool in Atlanta, Georgia. Conner will be a junior at Sevastopol High School this fall.