Sprint Vet Madison Kennedy Wowed by Claire Curzan’s Calm & Collected Demeanor


We recently caught up with Sprint veteran Madison Kennedy at the Pro Swim Series in Indianapolis, where she was focusing on just the 50 free. Among other things (stay tuned), she shared that she had raced in Cary, North Carolina, where she got to go head-to-head with one of the most prominent up-and-coming sprint sensation, Claire Curzan. Kennedy said she got to talk to Curzan and was impressed by the even, calm, and collected way she carried herself, noting it will bode well for her moving forward in the sport.

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3 years ago

Good interview. I like the way Madison speaks.

Reply to  Yozhik
3 years ago

I am convinced that you, AnEn, and that guy with the american women relay name that I am too lazy to spell out are all the same person. Is the reason why AnEn isn’t here because you are tapering for the moment when olympics come to turn into AnEn?

Reply to  Khachaturian
3 years ago

Not even close. Nice try, though.

Reply to  Khachaturian
3 years ago

I don’t want to look impolite but I am not allowed to satisfy your persistent curiosity.
Let’s keep some fog of mystery around this stuff. 😀
Thank you.

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