Courtesy of: Sarah Stockwell
PHOENIX, Arizona, March 4. WE bring you four interviews from the deck of last week's Atlantic Coast Conference men's swimming championships on today's edition of The Morning Swim Show, conducted by Swimming World correspondent David Rieder.
Virginia Tech head coach Ned Skinner talks about the ingredients that helped the Hokies win the conference title and how depth played a role in beating N.C. State. Braden Holloway, the head coach for the Wolfpack, talks about his swimmers that contributed to placing second at the meet and how relays fit into the philosophy of his team. Virginia swimmers Luke Papendick and Brad Phillips talk about winning events for Virginia and their goals for the NCAA championships, while Notre Dame's Frank Dyer talks about winning the 200 free in a lifetime best and prepping for a big race at the NCAAs. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.
Special Thanks to Finis for sponsoring the Morning Swim Show's interview segments in the Finis Monitor.
Download The FINIS Custom Suit Catalog
Visit Finis to learn more about their innovative products for aquatic athletes.
Subscribe to this show FREE via iTunes!
To send comments or suggestions about content on The Morning Swim Show, click here to send an email.