Watch: Brooks Curry Fires Back, Posts 28.6 75 Free with Fins

If you didn’t see early today, we posted a video of Dean Farris going 28.7 in a 75 free with fins from a push in practice. Well, we’ve already seen another NCAA freestyle ace fire back, as LSU’s Brooks Curry finned-up today in practice and ripped a 75 of his own, touching at 28.6. Curry’s teammate, Jack Jannasch, touched just behind at 29.0.

Alright people, here’s our call to action: how fast can we get this 75 down to? 27? 25?!? Send us your videos of 75 with fins in practice – we want to see them. DM us @swimswamnews on Instagram and maybe we will post yours!

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asdf
11 days ago

Lets see it Calaeb. its your time to shine now.

Remel the GOAT
Reply to  asdf
11 days ago

When you go 17.6 in the 50 free, you don’t need to show anything. He already broke the human limit and destroyed sprinters careers.
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Joel
Reply to  Remel the GOAT
11 days ago

Who’s career did he destroy?

Ledecky will go 3:55 in Paris
Reply to  Remel the GOAT
11 days ago

are you okay you have been very defensive lately who hurt you mate

Last edited 11 days ago by Ledecky will go 3:55 in Paris
Pvdh
Reply to  Ledecky will go 3:55 in Paris
10 days ago

Almost as defensive as Joe schooling during random July practice in 2017

Olympian
Reply to  Ledecky will go 3:55 in Paris
10 days ago

Maybe his idol hasn’t replied his DMs LOL

elyk
11 days ago

heard joe schooling went 28.5 at a singaporean army base

Aaron
Reply to  elyk
11 days ago

the newly shaved head was the secret all along

Khachaturian
Reply to  elyk
11 days ago

i also heard a guy named Soe Jchooling pull a 13 second 69 long course yard butterfly

gordon wheeler super fan #69
11 days ago

gordon wheeler broke 20 today at practice

Shaq
Reply to  gordon wheeler super fan #69
11 days ago

Idk who Gordon Wheeler is but I love him and am a fan now

Gordon Wheeler Superfan
Reply to  Shaq
10 days ago

Gordon Wheeler is there GOAT hailing from Cincy who took his talents to Oxford Ohio to lead the Redhawks to two MAC championships!

Noted
Reply to  Gordon Wheeler Superfan
10 days ago

broke 20 in what, a 25?

Gordon Wheeler Superfan
Reply to  Noted
9 days ago

Gordon is a greater swimmer than you ever were! One of the legends out of Southwest Ohio! National Championships with the Mason Manta Rays and led the underdog Redhawks to multiple titles! Don’t disrespect!

Konner Scott
11 days ago

So, is this… is this just what people are doing now?

Curious
11 days ago

Who was the guy next to him? he went pretty quick too

Hswimmer
Reply to  Curious
11 days ago

They only talk about brooks at lsu

torture test
Reply to  Hswimmer
11 days ago

uhhh the guy’s name is literally in the article. Also they got ripped for writing a whole article about the rest of the guys at LSU lol.

backstroke lvr
Reply to  Curious
11 days ago

Jack Janasch (i’ve misspelt his last name) – 29.0

PVSFree
Reply to  backstroke lvr
10 days ago

His best time is a 44.6… could we be seeing some big drops from him during champs season?

Virtus
11 days ago

Dean fans in shambles

HJones
11 days ago

One of these guys made the Olympic team, the other didn’t.

PFA
11 days ago

First it was Brett Hawke’s 50 LCM kick challenge now it’s time for the 75 free challenge when would this challenge end?

Swimswam on top
Reply to  PFA
11 days ago

Podcaster Hawke is a joke.

PVSFree
Reply to  Swimswam on top
10 days ago

I think he’s a fantastic podcast host, it’s great to have someone that has both swam and coached at an Olympic level interviewing other high-level swimming figures. They seem to open up around him really well and he knows the right questions to ask

Teddy
Reply to  PVSFree
10 days ago

Love that podcast

Like the casualness of it

It’s like talking about swimming back when you hung out with swimming buddies all the time

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