2015 Duel In The Pool: Day 2 Race Videos

2015 Duel In The Pool


Women’s 800 Freestyle – Leah Smith

Men’s 1500 Freestyle – Connor Jaeger

Women’s 200 Freestyle – Missy Franklin

Men’s 200 Freestyle – Conor Dwyer

Women’s 100 Backstroke – Courtney Bartholomew

Men’s 100 Backstroke – Matt Grevers

Women’s 100 Breaststroke – Yulia Efimova

Men’s 100 Breaststroke – Cody Miller

Women’s 200 Butterfly – Cammile Adams

Men’s 200 Butterfly – Tom Shields

Women’s 50 Freestyle – Ranomi Kromowidjojo

Men’s 50 Freestyle – Nathan Adrian

Women’s 200 IM – Katinka Hosszu

Men’s 200 IM – Ryan Lochte

Women’s 400 Freestyle Relay – A. Herasimenia, R. Kromowidjojo, J. Ottesen, S-M. O’Connor

Men’s 400 Freestyle Relay – J. Schneider, M. Grevers, M. Chadwick, N. Adrian


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Am I seeing things or is Cody Miller doing a little dolphin kick after each kick? I thought I saw it on the underwater shot on the third lap. If so, is that fair to his competitors?


Yeah saw that too. Also looked like Efimova took a dolphin kick on finish. Breaststroke is a joke these days. So taking fly kicks on Breaststroke is fine but Lochte can’t off the wall on his back on crawl?


He’s been disqualified for this in the past. I hope it’s some that he can put some attention on resolving. With the way that he’s swimming he’s got a real shot at Rio bid, and it would be a travesty to see him disqualify an Olympic medley relay in prelims with that sort of problem with fundamentals.

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Joe Bloggs

Miller also does multiple fly kicks on his underwater phase. At least 3 fly kicks per turn.

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