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  7 Garrett McCaffrey | August 01st, 2012 | Featured, London 2012 Olympics, News

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  1. Kirt says:
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    Seeing as Irie has gotten silver at the past two WCs, I’d say he’s done pretty well at breaking up the “American 1-2”. He is going for gold.

  2. nostradamus says:
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    He won’t win though. He’s not strong enough. He has the greatest technique in the field, but has the muscle mass/structure of a twelve year old. He will get silver again.

  3. IPHSWIM says:
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    A British 1-2 guys! This means so much to Jamieson, he has the heart of a champion and does everything additional that is possible just so he can be the best. Willis is a racer and it helps that these 2 guys are training partners and race each other every day. The crowd will bring them home the last 50!! Gyurta is class but it’s been a British day and will be a British evening! 😉

  4. Ole 99 says:
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    This is the US’s weakest day in terms of medals, with only the women’s 4 x 200 free relay being a medal favorite. Would love to see something happen in the men’s 200 Breast, women’s 200 fly and men’s 100 free, but it might be a long shot.

  5. Brian says:
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    Weltz has had a winner’s mindset the whole way. I predict a medal for him in the 200M BR.

  6. john26 says:
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    Gyurta dropped 0.7s in the 100breast, if he drops 1.1 (which would be natural based on the 100), he will be right on the WR. hmm… Could be a surprise record

  7. blee says:
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    It’s looking very possible that Germany will leave these Olympics without a single swimming medal. Crazy because they’ve had a pretty strong swimming tradition. Hopefully they will use this as fuel to turn around their program.

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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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