2013 Men’s NCAA International Swimmers Photo Vault

Vlad Morozov, USC, 2013 NCAA points 54 (and we can't forget that 17 point relay split or his 40 point 100 yard free

Vlad Morozov, USC via Russia, 2013 NCAA points scored 54 (and we can’t forget that 17 point relay split or his 40 point 100 yard free

Marcin Cieslak, Florida via Poland, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored 51

Marcin Cieslak, Florida via Poland, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 51

Miguel Ortiz, Michigan, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored 45

Miguel Ortiz, Michigan via Japan/Brazil/Spain, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 45

Dylan Bosch, Michigan via South Africa, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored 41

Dylan Bosch, Michigan via South Africa, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 41

Joao de Lucca, Louisville via Brazil, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored 40

Joao de Lucca, Louisville via Brazil, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 40

Joao de Lucca, 2013 Men's NCAA 200 free winner, famous foot clapping celebration

Joao de Lucca, 2013 Men’s NCAA 200 free winner, famous foot clapping celebration

Matias Koski, Georgia via Finland, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored 40

Matias Koski, Georgia via Finland, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 40

Christian Quintero, USC via Venezuela, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored  34

Christian Quintero, USC via Venezuela, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 34

Marcelo Chierighini, Auburn via Brazil, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored 34

Marcelo Chierighini, Auburn via Brazil, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 34

Tom Kremer, Stanford via Israel, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored 32

Tom Kremer, Stanford via Israel, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 32

Eric Ress, Indiana, 2013 Men's NCAA points scored  30

Eric Ress, Indiana via France, 2013 Men’s NCAA points scored 30

For a complete breakdown of the 2013 Men’s NCAA international swimmers go here. 

Many thanks to SwimSwam contributor and swim photo artist Tim Binning, of the swim pictures, for capturing these images. 

 

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Coach from Oregon

There is no doubt that having the best swimmers in the world swimming in the USA has helped the American team extend its dominance in the swimming world. Just look at the last Olympics results. Who don’t remember Nathan Adrian obsessed in breaking Cielo’s NCAA record in the 100 free during his Senior year? The result of that training got him prepared to win a gold medal at the Olympics. In this case (swimming), it is better to have your enemies at home!

John Smith

Impressive swims no doubt.

But at what cost?

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