SSPC: Matt Wilson Explains The Work He’s Doing to Recapture the 200 Breast WR

In the SwimSwam Podcast dive deeper into the sport you love with insider conversations about swimming. Hosted by Coleman Hodges 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 former world-record holder and Aussie breaststroke, Matt Wilson. Wilson took us through what his quarantine has looked like and some of the work that he’s been doing in the lead-up to the 2021 Olympic Games. Wilson paces 30.lows in training consistently, indicating that we could see Anton Chupkov’s 2:06.1 WR from 2019 go down come Tokyo.

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Coleman please answer me
1 month ago

Can you bring Vlad Morozov, Yannick Agnel and Cesar super suited Cielo to the podcast ?

Torchbearer
1 month ago

Officially it is the 2020 Olympic Games….there is no 2021 Olympics…

Jack
Reply to  Coleman Hodges
1 month ago

Torchbearer is saying that even though they’ve been postponed to 2021, they haven’t been renamed the “2021 Olympics.” All the official branding is still and will apparently remain “Tokyo 2020.”

Personally, I think the correction is pedantic. If you want to call them the 2020 Games because that’s what will be on the billboards, fine. If you prefer to call them the 2021 Games because that’s when they’ll actually be held, that’s fine too.

Last edited 1 month ago by Jack

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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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