Dylan Carter: Quintero crushes the spirit of everyone around us

NCAA Champs in the 400 and 800 free relay, the USC freestyle clan has become a force to be reckoned with. Led by their 2 time NCAA individual champ Cristian Quintero, they simply dominated those relays this year at the championships. Dylan Carter gives insight on training, mentality, and how they were able to break two school records in one day.

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Did anyone else catch all the F bombs at the end of the 400 relay? There was a day when slamming your goggles and cap and profanity was an automatic DQ for unsportsmanlike behavior. Had swimming fallen to this level


Garth, if I were to give you some money out of my wallet, would that ease the pain?


Because you wouldn’t be doing the same thing if you won… every team does it out of excitement . I have heard many U.S olympic relays yell worse

Swimfan – I think you maybe have an idealized view of how the sport “used to be,” largely because it was never covered, so nobody ever heard about it.

I can say that even with the issues of today’s athletes, they’re nothing compared to the things that happened 20 or 30 years ago.

My two cents

Did you not see Nick Thoman drop the F-bomb at the end of the 100 back in the Olympics on National television. just fast forward to 4:58.


no I didn’t catch it cause I haven’t watched it… but thanks for ruining the surprise now.


What a stud!

Joel Lin

Microphones shouldn’t be on the field or pool at live high tension events.

This happens when athletes are trapped in a glass case of emotion.

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