Hear the top quotes from the media scrum at the 2018 Men’s NCAA Swimming and Diving Championships
Pool swimming kicks off tomorrow in Budapest, Hungary at the 2017 FINA World Championships. We’re excited to have our swimming…
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Many thanks to Mike Lewis – olavistaphotography.com – for these great swimming photos! (Featured Image: Conor Dwyer, looking massive!)
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Coach Troy: “We’re looking for the best efforts these next two meets because the honesty in the effort allows you to evaluate the team heading into the championship season. That will help finalize our meet lineup and will give us some extra preparation going into the SEC Championships.”
Coach Troy: “The women swimming at home, we look at the rest of the meets this semester as dress rehearsals. We’re going to go through the same type of routine that we will use at the end of the year. We’re going to try and get up earlier, have breakfast and come in and swim the meets with the idea that we are preparing for the end of the year.”
Cal had to wake up after an early charge from Florida today; Li lead a Cal comeback in their two day duel (Photo Credit: Janna Schulze)
Lochte told the Charlotte Observer: “In my next swimming career, which started this morning, I want to train for some sprint events now…. I’m not done yet. I think there’s a lot more I can accomplish in the sport of swimming. I want to take my swimming to a new [level], and I want to bring it here to Charlotte.”
Swimming video press conference is courtesy of Gator Vision.