Courtesy of: Meggin Vitarius
PHOENIX, Arizona, March 6. ON today's edition of The Morning Swim Show we meet the Norberg twins, Lauren and Lindsey, who are preparing to end their swimming careers at the women's NCAA Division swimming and diving championships.
The Auburn seniors talk about the thrill of breaking the 1:00 barrier in the 100-yard breaststroke at the recent Southeastern Conference championships together and how they were able to get through the barrier after years of trying. True to the stereotype of twins, Lindsey and Lauren do just about everything together, from specializing in the 100 breast to studying to be veterinarians. The two also talk about why they wanted to go to Auburn together and the only time they had been apart from each other for an extended period of time. The NCAA championships will mark the final meet for the two, but they say they will be moving on to lives away from the pool together and staying in Alabama. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.
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