Watch Schneider Muscle 19 flat in 50 Free at the 2015 AESC Elite Pro-Am

Video is courtesy of Josh Davis, Managing Director of the Mutual of Omaha BREAKOUT Swim Clinic.

Video edit is courtesy of Coleman Hodges.

Josh Schneider wins the 50 free shootout at the 2015 American Energy Swim Club 24th Elite Pro-Am, edging Jimmy Feigen.


Mitch Park YMCA, Edmond, Oklahoma

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Jimmy Feigen vs Josh Schneider, 2015 AESC Shootout (courtesy of Josh Davis)

Jimmy Feigen vs Josh Schneider, 2015 AESC Shootout (courtesy of Josh Davis)

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Feigen is maybe not completely out of the picture for OT in the 100 free –

bobo gigi

Ervinforthewin, it’s really time for Feigen to wake up. He hasn’t shown real signs of life since Barcelona 2013.


I am partial to Feigen as he is a fellow Longhorn, but it pains me to admit he didn’t really look like himself in 2014-2015. This race he appears to be on the right track. It also looks as if David Marsh has changed his stroke to an over-the-top, more straight arm, as opposed to the more traditional high elbow that Eddie Reese would have taught him.


I completely agree – it`s just that with life , u never know what can happen in advance . WAKE UP Feigen

bobo gigi

Schneider is definitely the sprinter with the best technique ever.
It looks so smooth and easy.


Is that sarcasm I detect?

bobo gigi

No, that’s not my style. 😆

Old sprinter

I thought they both looked amazing on the turn, at least from the video perspective. They were so tight and fast on their turn rotation that I could barely see their feet as they went over.

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