The Morning Swim Show, Sept. 25, 2012: Paul Asmuth's Open Water Career Evolved From Athlete to Coach -- September 25, 2012

PHOENIX, Arizona, September 25. ON today's edition of The Morning Swim Show Paul Asmuth relives the experience of coaching Haley Anderson and Alex Meyer for their 10K swims at the Olympics.

Asmuth has amassed plenty of accomplishments in marathon swimming, including crossing the English Channel three times. He gives his thoughts on the evolution of open water swimming in the past 30 years, and why races do not last 20-plus miles, as they did when he was in his prime. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.

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