Indiana Swim & Dive Training Trip 2017 (Video)

Torrey Hart
by Torrey Hart 5

January 04th, 2018 College, News, Video

Yesterday, Cody Miller took viewers behind-the-scenes of Indiana University’s winter training camp from a postgrad perspective, but current IU sophomore Nick Carlson made a video of his own to showcase the team atmosphere.

Indiana made the trip to sunny Arizona State in December, where IU head coach Ray Looze combined with ASU’s Bob Bowman for what we’d imagine were some killer workouts.

Carlson shows off team hikes, weight-room sessions, and ASU’s gorgeous pool in the video below, but it’s not his first time showcasing the team; he also made a video for the 2016 trip, which you can view here.

Check out the highlights from IU’s 2017 trip:

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Iloveswimboys101

Wow 0_0 Indiana swimmer boys>>>> good job Nick Carlson

John dena

Going to be a great meet next weekend against Michigan

B1G Daddy

Very interesting. Obviously Pieroni can/will take 100/200. The 50 Powers vs Field is critical. Aubock/Vargas/Ransford are a problem for IU. They could roll up big points in the two distance races. Michigan’s backstroke problems are real. IU needs to score there. If you’re a Michigan fan looking for a possible highlight of the meet, watch out for a Montague over Finnerty “upset” in the 100 Breast. Perhaps Smachlo/White can limit Lanza’s impact in the Flys and IM’s. IU should run away with Medley after Back leg alone. Any Michigan win likely includes a big freestyle relay win (Borges would be big here). I don’t know. I think IU is still deeper in the sprint/mid freestyles, strokes and IM’s. Michigan can… Read more »

The Doctor

This video is sick

coacherik

Camera? That video was astonishingly clear.. Hero6 Black?

About Torrey Hart

Torrey Hart

Torrey is from Oakland, CA, and majors in Media Studies and American Studies at Claremont McKenna College. When she's not writing about swimming or baseball, you can probably find her listening to a podcast or in a pool ... and/or watching Seinfeld, which she just realized is funny.

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