Katinka Hosszu battled past bad memories of just missing the 400m IM podium in London back in 2012.
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An untapered Maxime Rooney says he had one morning off and one pre-meet swim before his record-slashing 200 free.
Dressel says he doesn’t have many swimming idols, but he does look up to other athletes. Last year, he started really looking up to Michael Jordan and watching his videos before meets.
Dressel talks about the importance of finding a routine before races, which he’s learned from his coaches at Florida. Part of his routine includes saying a prayer to calm himself down, and looking for his family if they’re in the stands.
Mitch Larkin says the Aussies are ‘shaping up to be a great team’ in Rio.
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Troy believes Phelps may understand better than anyone else that it doesn’t matter how fast he is on a given day at an in-season training meet, it only matters that he’s fast on the right day.
Troy believes that focusing solely on swimming can start to get to you as an athlete, and describes the range of interests that Caeleb has when he isn’t at practice.
Troy discussed the progress of U.S. Olympian Elizabeth Beisel, who dealt with a groin injury last season. Since then, Troy has seen Beisel get back to better form. He talks about Beisel’s training, and believes her fitness level is probably at the best he’s ever seen from her.
When asked about the qualities that make Caeleb so successful, Troy compared Dressel to one of the best athletes to ever come out of the Florida swimming program: Olympic champion Ryan Lochte.
Matt Leach, head coach of the Indiana State swimming and diving program, talks about the importance of bringing together a geographically diverse recruiting class.
Matt Leach, head coach of the Indiana State swimming and diving program, discusses why there are no divers on the team for the 2016-17 inaugural year.
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Matt Leach, head coach of the 2016 inaugural Indiana State swimming and diving program, discusses his recruiting philosophy.
Cesar Cielo said to the crowd, “I want to apologize to all of you. I gave it my all.”
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