Ali Deloof attributes USRPT to 50.5 100 Back (Video)

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WOMEN’S 400 MEDLEY RELAY

The USA All-Star “B” team got things started in a big way, setting a new American Record in this event.  Former Michigan swimmer Ali Deloof blasted a personal best of 50.59 to get things started.  Andee Cottrell kept up the lead over a field of breaststrokers than included held Olympic gold medalist Lilly King, before handing things over to Kelsi Worrell, who split 49.36, while Amanda Weir brought it home in 48.04 to set the new record.  The USA “A” team placed second in 3:29.52, followed by the Big Ten “A” squad in 3:29.65.

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Lollipop

Go Ali!

Sven

I tried to ignore it all day, but the phrasing of the title has been killing me. Attributing USRPT to her 50.5 100 back would be like saying “I do USRPT because I go a 50.5 in my 100 back”, not “I went a 50.5 in my 100 back because I did USRPT”, as I believe was intended. Maybe “credits USRPT for” would work better than “attributes USRPT to” IMHO.

It’s small, and I hate to be that guy, but… I am that guy.

bobo gigi

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bobo gigi

Question of a non-specialist

Is Hosszu under USRPT training regimen since 2013 and her transformation? Her approach seems to be close to these principles. Not much training but very intense. And the competition all year replaces most of training. I could add 5 hours per day in the weight room about Hosszu. 🙂

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