Caspar Corbeau on Being Completely Different Swimmer Post-Quarantine (Video)

2020 U.S. OPEN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

Reported by Anne Lepesant.

Texas sophomore Caspar Corbeau squeezed out a win by .03 in the 100 breast, beating BYU’s Josue Dominguez 1:01.77 to 1:01.80.

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Binky
2 months ago

50./.46 SCY and 59/2.07 incoming. #eddieknows

Binky
Reply to  Binky
2 months ago

That’s 50. and 1.46…

Ghost
Reply to  Binky
2 months ago

I don’t think those times are accurate coming in. He was a stud Dutch junior swimmer

Ghost
Reply to  Binky
2 months ago

He was 52.9 and 1:54.9. Eddie is good, real good but be truthful. Caspar was a stud in HS

Binky
Reply to  Ghost
2 months ago

Incoming = coming up. Not coming into TEXAS…

Ghost
Reply to  Binky
2 months ago

Huh?

swimgeek
Reply to  Ghost
2 months ago

Dude. He’s saying that those times are “incoming” — i.e., coming up soon. He’s saying that he’s gonna go :50/1:46 yards (200 seems far fetched); and :59/2:07 LC. He’s not saying those were HS times. LC projected times

Ghost
Reply to  swimgeek
2 months ago

Got it. Thanks for explanation. Your post was more reasonable to understand

Ol' Longhorn
Reply to  Binky
2 months ago

Unfortunately, those LCM times used to be elite. Hell, UT’s Brendan Hansen went 59.3/2:08.5 14 years ago. And Eddie hasn’t figured out how to make an elite LCM breastroker since. Had hopes for Licon, but he’s not even the best in the U.S.

SAMUEL HUNTINGTON
Reply to  Ol' Longhorn
2 months ago

I mean, who is consistently better than Licon in LCM? Wilson? There isn’t exactly a stud US breaststroker. Licon was the #1 in the 200 last year, if I remember correctly.

Last edited 2 months ago by SAMUEL HUNTINGTON
Harambe
2 months ago

Yah gotta shout out Clint for those gains

Ghost
Reply to  Harambe
2 months ago

They are wrong

(G)olden Bear
2 months ago

Amazing talent. This young man is on the path towards something remarkable in the future. Hook em horns.

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