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In Episode 2 of Black&White Swim Talk, Elvis and JMax discuss which clichés planet swim needs to stop using. Special guests Andee Cottrell (1st team All-ACC, NCAA All-American, NCAA Championship Runner-Up, and World University Games Finalist) and Kelsi Worrell (ACC Champion, NCAA Champion, Pan-American Games Champion, and American Record Holder) join the show to give their takes on roommate pet peeves, NOT looking ahead to Olympic Trials, and Kelsi’s aggressive eating habits.
Justin Max and Elvis Burrows were teammates at the University of Kentucky from 2006 through 2010.
Since graduating from UK, each has continued to be involved in the swimming world. JMax has coached both club and high school swimming for the past 5 years, and has had state champions at each level, as well as Junior and Senior National qualifiers. He is currently serving as the Head Age Group Coach for a club team in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
Elvis has continued his swimming career professionally and internationally. He is a Bahamian national record holder in 4 different events, and has represented the Bahamas at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and many other international competitions, most notably World Championships and the Commonwealth Games. He is currently training for the 2016 Rio games.