Chase Kalisz on ASU Fall Training: “I was down in the grave for a while”

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ASU post-grad and Olympic champion Chase Kalisz took a decisive win in the 400 IM in Greensboro last night, besting the field by 3 seconds with a 4:10.42. Kalisz has been putting in a ton of aerobic work this fall, which isn’t the easiest for the near 30-year-old when training with spry 20-somethings.

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Williams College Super Fan
2 months ago

Chase leaves so much to be desired.

Certified Chase Kalisz Disliker
2 months ago

man he’s not my favorite

Anonymous
2 months ago

Ask him why he isn’t swimming in World Championships.

Johnson Swim school
2 months ago

Great job. I don’t know you but follow Your career. Keep climbing you can make it with Bob.

Swammer
2 months ago

Chase is a class act. Great leader for Team USA.

Viking Steve
Reply to  Swammer
2 months ago

Total Cass Act Indeed!

yes
Reply to  Viking Steve
2 months ago

Probably to influenced by Liv.

cynthia curran
Reply to  Swammer
2 months ago

Let’s put it this way. He is swimming 400 IM at 30 years old. Few elite swimmers do that. At 30 most do sprints.

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