Torri Huske on Training with Sox, Chutes, & Racks Before Curzan LCM Showdown

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We sat down with Torri Huske who went a slue of best time at the TAC Titans LCM Premiere meet this past weekend. Huske Battled Claire Curzan head-to-head in the 50 free, 100 free, and 100 fly, where she took wins in the 50 (24.44, new 17-18 NAG) and 100 free (53.40). She also went a huge PB in the 100 fly (56.69, new 17-18 NAG) and 200 fly (2:09.97). Huske discussed that just a couple weeks before this meet, she had started using drag sox, parachutes, and weight racks in her training, which she said she enjoyed but did make her a bit sore heading into the meet.


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Kitajima Fan
1 month ago

I too would love to go 56 mid in a 100 fly while sore

1 month ago

She could beat Simone in the 50 ngl. If simone isn’t on at trials

USA 4x100 Medley Gold Medel 2021
Reply to  Hswimmer
1 month ago

so could claire

Coach Rob
Reply to  Hswimmer
1 month ago

If Simone isn’t turned on at trials then yeah

Reply to  Hswimmer
1 month ago

Barring health/injury issues, 1. Simone, 2. pick a name
I do like what I see from the youngsters,

Reply to  Hswimmer
1 month ago

Anyone can beat anybody on any given night. That’s part of the sport. But that being said, Simone is clutch on the international stage, and having her in the 50 increases our medal chances.

1 month ago

Thank you for the interview. Great things ahead of her.

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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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