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  14 Garrett McCaffrey | June 27th, 2012 | Featured, U.S. Olympic Trials

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  1. Jean Michel says:
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    Yihouuuuu , well done guys as usual !

  2. Konner Scott says:
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    I know it’s very, very unlikely (and that’s an understatement), but I’m pulling for Dwyer to bust out a top 2 upset in the 200. After the 400, he should be top 6, but I’d like him to knock one of the powerhouses out.

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    You know what’s sweet? Watching a Swimming World trials update video that’s preceded by a Swim Outlet commercial featuring the mellifluous voice of Mel Stewart! That must drive them crazy.

    You guys look like you’re having way more fun.

  4. Lneidigh says:
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    Hahahah get it Patrick!!!!!

  5. aswimfan says:
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    Mel Stewart’s face and demeanor remind me of Will Arnett, that guy from the TV comedy series Arrested Development

  6. aswimfan says:
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    Braden Keith is so good in giving objective analyses and prediction.

    I think these three guys should be the commentators for the olympics.
    Garrett has enough enthusiasm and energy, but not overly done like that Rowdy Gaines

  7. fluidg says:
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    Garrett and Mel are seasoned pros.

    Mel, you’re lookin’ pretty fit these days, no?

  8. john26 says:
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    Braden,
    really? You don’t think that it will take sub59 to win tonight?

    I’ve rewatched the semis from last night, Bootsma was actually creating less turbulence in the water around her than Franklin, which I found extremely interesting. Franklin definitely had the more imperfect race, she was really short on her strokes going into the wall. I feel that these simple corrections could already put her in the 58.8 territory. I’m expecting a show tonight

  9. john26 says:
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    Also, it looked like Soni has somewhat changed her stroke? Not sure if anyone else is seeing this, it seems like it has more pop. However, she looked like she went all out tonight, not sure how much faster she can get.

  10. junker23 says:
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    Whoa whoa whoa, “CanuckSwimmer” won yesterday? WE LET A CANADIAN BEAT US?!?!?!

    This is ever so depressing.

  11. Jean Michel says:
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    John26: Your wishes have been fullfilled ! 58.85 ! right on spot !

  12. bongo1 says:
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    puuleese NBC hire Garret for the after swim questioning! This is ridiculous with Andrea Kramer. Liven this thing up with a dynamic personality.

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About Garrett McCaffrey

No one lives the sport of swimming like Garrett McCaffrey. A Division I swimmer who spent 4 years covering the sport as a journalist, now coaches club swimming and competes as a masters swimmer, Garrett truly lives the sport of swimming.After graduating from University of Missouri’s award winning journalism program …

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