Drew Kibler on Training with ASU: ‘It’s really gnarly’

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After his win in the men’s 400 free in Greensboro, we spoke with recent Tempe transplant Drew Kibler about how his move to Arizona State has been. Kibler said he is forced to bring his A-Game to practice every day under the tutelage of head coach Bob Bowman and the ASU pro group, something he is enjoying even if it pushes him to his limits.

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DKDevil
3 months ago

Love that interview! The names and talent of the ASU Pro Group are just ridiculous.

Tom
3 months ago

ASU is really the place to be!

Jake fr State Farm
Reply to  Tom
3 months ago

Totally agree. As a Carson Foster fan boy, it makes me a little nervous in a few months when it really matters

mds
3 months ago

Looking very strong, Drew. Don’t care who it is, but I just want someone to step up so Rowdy and the other announcers can’t talk about the 400 Free LCM being the only event the American Men aren’t top 10 in. It could be you, Drew. Right? Right!

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