A Day in the Life of a Division I Swimmer (VIDEO)

Josh Wroblewski is a junior at the University of Connecticut and a member of the UConn swimming & diving team. Like most Division I athletes, his day starts early, and ends late, with morning workouts, afternoon workouts, tests, studying, eating, recovering, and trying to get enough sleep to keep up with it all.

Wroblewski’s experience is typical of an in-season Division I athlete, including the pain of “no eyebrows” from pools with too much chlorine.

UConn’s men are 1-0 on the season after a win over Southern Connecticut State earlier this month. They’ll race their 2nd intercollegiate dual on November 2nd when they welcome the Army Black Knights in to the Wolff-Zackin Natatorium.

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B1G Daddy

What. A. Great. Kid.

Proud of you brother.


Joshi blowin up jus wait


What a great dude!

I have a hypothetical,
Would he be banned by ncaa if he had ads turned on in the video?
For example, if he got millions of views, therefore, earning a substantial amount of money from ads.

If he did have ads on the video but the video got low views and he didn’t earn anything, would he be breaking any ncaa rules?


It’s happened before with more than 1 ncaa athlete, and on content unrelated to sports as well

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