Tuesday Finals Preview, Presented by SwimOutlet Team Division

  13 Garrett McCaffrey | July 31st, 2012 | London 2012 Olympics, News

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Nice editing guys! Haha. Seems like the amount of content you guys have been putting up this Olympics has started to fatigue you! Hang tough, it’s “just” Day 4. I think the 800 free relay will be close. I see Agnel anchoring and trying to reel Lochte/Phelps (probably Phelps) in on the end. He’s already got the psychological edge of being the gold medalist and working that magic in the 400 free relay. I can see him dropping a 1:42 and the race coming down to a touch. The rest of his team will have to step up, but I think this will be a pretty exciting race between USA/France. I think USA will out touch France, and Phelps will… Read more »

I hope phelps anchors and pulls off the win. Then the media could be nicer to
Him

I would like to hear what folks think of Jones’ swim. He looked good at 48.6. Adrian gold, Jones top 5-6?

Jones had more to give in that race he wasnt giving a max effort I think. He wants to peak in finals and I think he will make it after seeing that

M- 100 free: I really think Adrian can go for a bronze. I don’t know if Id pick Magnussen as my favorite anymore. I’m gonna have to go with Agnel. Cielo worried me a little bit but I’m a huge fan so hope it was just a rusty prelims. Jones. Oils definetely final. He’s really made a comeback from his horrible 2010-2011 W- 200 fl SF: I gotta say Hersey looked great! But I had Gandy in my picks so I’m pretty thrown off here. I like Judit Ignacio, the young Spanish girl, to get a spot in finals. Of course I’m all for USA but I’m a fan of swimming internationally. I hope Spain can do well with Belmonte… Read more »
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No one lives the sport of swimming like Garrett McCaffrey. A Division I swimmer who spent 4 years covering the sport as a journalist, now coaches club swimming and competes as a masters swimmer, Garrett truly lives the sport of swimming. After graduating from University of Missouri’s award winning journalism program …

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