Brendan Burns Reflects on Swimming Career, Repeating as NCAA Champion

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Brendan Burns is coming off of a career NCAA performance where he not only defended his NCAA title in the 100 back but also made 3 NCAA A finals for the first time. Burns reflects on his time as an Indiana Hoosier and what’s next for him in and out of the pool.

  • 0:00 Brendan Burns Introduction
  • 2:49 Defending an NCAA Title
  • 5:55 NCAA Swimming Fandom
  • 8:58 Covid 5th Year
  • 12:10 SCM Swimming
  • 15:20 200 Back/200 Fly Double
  • 21:43 Why Indiana
  • 25:40 Why Swimming
  • 27:44 Life After Graduation

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Zeph
1 month ago

Love this guy. I hope he sticks around, one way or another

Last edited 1 month ago by Zeph
Aragon Son of Arathorne
1 month ago

He can make the trials final for sure. Like me he is a true SCY swimmer (except much more talented, lol)

H20PoloFan2
1 month ago

Great Listen! Reps IU, Team and himself well. Best wishes in next chapters!

Konner Scott
1 month ago

Probably one of the most underrated NCAA swimmers of his time. 200 fly NCAA title AND 2 100 back titles… not to mention his annual “dirty doubles” with the 2fly and 2back at Big 10s. Heck of a college career!

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