Indie Swimming USRPT Video Interview with Vlad Pyshnenko

by SwimSwam 2

September 19th, 2014 Industry, International, Masters, Opinion, Video

Swimming News / Swimming Video Interview courtesy of Team Andrew Indie Swimming, a SwimSwam partner.

This interview was captured at the 2014 ASCA World Clinic. Coach Peter Andrew, Indie Swimming, conducts the interview.

Vlad Pyshnenko is a former Russian sprint freestyler, a 4-time Olympic medalist from the 1992 and 1996 Olympic Games. Vlad’s been state-side now for 15 years, and is the Head Senior Coach CATS Aquatic Team.

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mikeh

Thank you for posting this interview! Love to learn more about race pace training, and here others experiences whether positive or negative.

ERVINFORTHEWIN

Very interesting ! that’s what i do in my own training .

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