Allison Schmitt is in a great place (Video)

Produced by Coleman Hodges.

Reported by Anne Lepesant. 

North Baltimore’s Allison Schmitt took it out and controlled the race from the first turn. She was 2:02.0 at the halfway mark and ultimately touched in 4:06.88, by far her best performance since 2012 Olympic Games in London. As a comparison, Schmitt was sixth at U.S. Summer Nationals with 4:09.59. Schmitt remarked after her race that she was just happy to be under 4:10; she crushed that goal. This swim ranks her sixth in the world so far this season, just ahead of Katinka Hosszu:

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Good for her. Keep it up.

Joey Garcia

I generally don’t watch Internet videos. R u talking about the 400M Freestyle at the 2015 Winter Nationals?

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