Lydia Jacoby on 50 Breast: “I don’t entirely know how to swim a 50”

2023 PRO SWIM SERIES – WESTMONT

At the Pro Swim Series in Westmont, Olympic champion Lydia Jacoby walked away with town wins in the 50 and 100 breast over a stacked field. This is her first season training long course meters on a regular basis and it seems to already be paying off. Even though she “doesn’t entirely know how to swim a 50” yet and is working on confidence in the 200, the NCAA champ seems to be making great strides in her range of events.

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Weinstein-Smith-Ledecky-Sims
11 months ago

At least the University of Texas incorporates a 50 meter pool.

PFA
11 months ago

Bit of news Jake foster announced he’s taking a one year deferment from med school to attempt to make the Olympic team next year.

Chris
11 months ago

Sure seems like she knows. Its interesting how different stroke styles are in breaststroke.

Zippo
11 months ago

She has a nice low breaststroke with an amazing last 15 meters.

Ragnar
11 months ago

When she breaks her first WR (she’s just as likely as anyone active in the 100/200), she’ll be quoted as mussing

“I don’t entirely know how to swim slow”

Paris watch out

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