Olivia Smoliga Out to Break More Records, Video Interview

This college swimming news / swimming video is courtesy of Shanda Crowe.

2014 SEC Swimming & Diving Championships 

University of Georgia freshman, Olivia Smoliga, broke the school record in the 50 yard freestyle final on day two of the five day SEC Swimming and Diving Championships held at UGA with a time of 21.54. The national team member talks about her first SEC Championships and how the atmosphere differs from other meets.

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John Sampson

Cannot wait for her 100 back. She is going to be on fire. I think she can go a very low 50. The Georgia medley is looking very lethal with Smoliga-Margalis-Harrington-Vreeland/VanLan./Locus. Will be awesome to watch

Spencer

These georgia girls want to brawl. Smoliga looks like she could be the swimmer of the year at nc’s. Cal has not proven yet this year to be ready for the kind of fight these girls are showing here. I’m a big Cal fan but I love great racing and want most to see a fast NCAA’s.

Bob Mob

HA! That guy who laughed at 13 sec mark.

like… like.. liekkkk… um.. yeah.

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