Courtesy of: Joan Marc Bosch
PHOENIX, Arizona, August 16. IN case you missed it when we aired it live on swimmingworld.com, we are bringing you the insightful interview with Olympic and world champion Cameron van der Burgh on today's edition of The Morning Swim Show.
The day after winning the gold medal in the 50 breaststroke, van der Burgh talked with Swimming World's Jeff Commings about being surprised about his success in Barcelona and how out-of-the-water exercise helped him stay in racing form and win medals at worlds despite taking six months off after the Olympics. Van der Burgh also talked about information he received about an impending change in the rules regarding underwater video judging at international meets, and talks about why he felt compelled to speak up about cheating in the Olympic final. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.
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