Michael Andrew explains how his training has changed recently (Video)

Reported by Lauren Neidigh.

MEN’S 200 IM:

  1. *(T-1)* Michael Andrew– 2:00.48
  2. (T-1)* Jay Litherland– 2:00.48
  3. Michael Weiss– 2:02.12

Georgia’s Jay Litherland landed once again on top of the podium, but this time he shared that spot with age group star Michael Andrew. The 2 swimmers traded the lead throughout the race. Andrew took the lead on fly, while Litherland outpaced him to touch first after the backstroke leg. Andrew once again took the lead on the breaststroke leg, but Litherland made big moves on the freestyle leg. At the finish, they touched simultaneously, as both won gold with a pair of 2:00.48s.

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Race Pace Swimming

Good swim! Great head on this kid. Mature and respectful. Touched on what sponsors “expect”, but hopeful they are patient and take care of this family. He’s something special.


The kid sounds more and more like the great(est) Roger Federer every day

Years of Plain Suck

What a delightful interview! He has become a poised and articulate young man.

It’s been interesting watching his maturation over the past theee or so years.

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