Katrina Radke interviews Kiera Janzen, Minnesota Gopher Sophomore. She is a freestyle phenom, who is seated 5th in the 500 free, 12th in the 1650, and who is also a great 100 (in high school days, she swam the shorter events for her team, Cretin Derham Hall and all events for STAR Swim Club), and 200 swimmer.
She talks about working on her unique freestyle stroke, and her personal goals for NCAAs.
From the NCAA Psych Sheet: Event 2 500 Freestyle:
1 Henry, Sarah SO Texas A&M A 4:33.07
2 Peacock, Stephanie JR UNC A 4:34.42
3 Vrooman, Lindsay JR Indiana A 4:35.41
4 Adams, Natalie JR Texas A&M A 4:35.66
5 Janzen, Kiera SO Minnesota A 4:35.70
6 McDermott, Amber SO Georgia A 4:35.82
7 Schmitt, Allison SR Georgia A 4:36.54
8 Gendron, Lindsay JR Tennessee A 4:36.71
Katrina Radke is an Olympic Swimmer, Sport Psychology Professor, Bestselling Author of Be Your Best Without the Stress, and 7 Ultimate Fitness Routines. She also runs a motivational, peak potential business, WECOACH4U with her husband, Olympic Coach and former Stanford Coach, Ross Gerry.
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