Hubi Kos Details Growth in Yards Swimming with Bowman & ASU Training Group

2023 U.S. OPEN SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS

  • November 29-December 2, 2023
  • Greensboro Aquatic Center, Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Long Course Meters (50 meters)
  • Start Times
    • Prelims: 9 AM (ET)
    • Finals: 6 PM (ET)
  • Psych Sheets
  • Live Results
  • Live Stream Info

After putting up stellar performances at the GAC 2 weeks ago at the NC State Invite, world champ Hubi Kos is back in Greensboro getting some solid LCM reps in. The ASU sophomore described the strides he’s made both in training and racing since moving to Tempe.

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Solando
2 months ago

Didn’t you just do a story on him and the “Bowman Effect”? What’s new here since a couple months ago???

snailSpace
2 months ago

He was also apparently ill last week (according to the Hungarian Swimming Federation?), so a pretty good meet for him all in all.

Last edited 2 months ago by snailSpace
Caleb
2 months ago

Never ceases to amaze how well many Europeans speak English and multiple languages. That aside, this guy really impresses, as a swimmer and as a thoughtful person. Those other backstrokers will need to up their game. And watch out if Hubi picks up the 200 IM again.

Alex Wilson
2 months ago

Congratulations! Excellent interview!

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