NCAA All-American Paul DeLakis on 40×100 SCM Best Average with Caeleb Dressel

In the SwimSwam Podcast dive deeper into the sport you love with insider conversations about swimming. Hosted by Coleman HodgesGarrett McCaffrey, and Gold Medal Mel Stewart, SwimSwam welcomes both the biggest names in swimming that you already know, and rising stars that you need to get to know, as we break down the past, present, and future of aquatic sports.

We sat down with Paul DeLakis, who recently announced his retirement to pursue a career in optometry. DeLakis took us through his whole swim career, particularly making the transition from being a high school student-athlete to a collegiate student-athlete. DeLakis offers sage wisdom to those who are about to make the plunge into college athletics and academics.

DeLakis also breaks down his last year of training through the pandemic, including a stint where he traveled to Gainesville to train with Gregg Troy and his pro group. DeLakis details a set of 40×100 best average (SCM) on 1:20 where he went head-to-head with Caeleb Dressel.

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Swimdude
1 month ago

Obligatory unit in chat

Taa
1 month ago

I think he could go on to have a long and successful career as a super hero

Comet
1 month ago

Watching the differing levels of competition It is easy to forget that most swimmers careers are very short and the overwhelming majority end of getting regular jobs and living normal lives like most of us

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Coleman Hodges

Coleman started his journey in the water at age 1, and although he actually has no memory of that, something must have stuck. A Missouri native, he joined the Columbia Swim Club at age 9, where he is still remembered for his stylish dragon swim trunks. After giving up on …

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