Tom Dean on Physical and Emotional Demands on 2020 ISL Season (Video)

2020 INTERNATIONAL SWIMMING LEAGUE FINAL – DAY 2

Reported by Annika Johnson.

MEN’S 400IM

Another big race for London as Duncan Scott takes a commanding victory, giving London a total of 15 points with 1st and 3rd place finishes. LA, meanwhile, gets 8 points finishing 2nd and 8th. Energy, rather unremarkable, comes away with just 7 points in the final individual race before the skins.
 

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Coach Mike 1952
2 months ago

Though a relative newcomer, you have come on strong in the last couple years. Just turned 20 six months ago too. A bright career ahead. Congratulations Tom.

Gator
Reply to  Coach Mike 1952
2 months ago

Very impressed with this interview.

Guerra
2 months ago

Good interview. I’m really impressed with the mental toughness of these athletes that excelled in this format. The amount of times you have to get up and race and be on your “A” game, with little recovery, shows these athletes are not only in great physical shape, but mentally tough. Kudos to them.

Joe
2 months ago

GB is one decent swimmer away from winning the 4×200 relay in Tokyo.

Scott-Guy-Dean is a trio as good as any other country has to offer.

TeamGB
Reply to  Joe
2 months ago

Matt Richards is your man……bring on the GOLD!!

Waader
Reply to  Joe
2 months ago

In 2019 it was actually Jarvis who was the third man, he was 1:45.45. Anyways, I don’t think James guy is in form. They might very well snag a medal tho.

swimfan_00
Reply to  Joe
2 months ago

Australia : Chalmers – Horton – Graham – Lewis
4×200 2019 Gold medalists

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