Tyler Clary checks his time after winning the men's 400 meter individual medley during the Austin Grand Prix at the Texas Swimming Center.
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ORLANDO, Florida, February 17. LIKE many of the Olympians attending the Arena Grand Prix in Orlando, Fla., Tyler Clary was looking to get his groove back as he prepares for this summer's world championships and map out his preparation for the 2016 Olympic Games.

In this video interview with Swimming World's Tiffany Elias, he analyzes his races after five sessions of racing, and what it means to put up some good swims.

Clary won the 400 IM and 200 fly in Orlando (and would win the 200 back a few hours after this interview), and he talks about racing Conor Dwyer and others and why his goal was more about racing than times. He also recaps his time in the race car driving world and how that will fit into his swimming goals in the next three years.

We have plenty of interviews from the deck in Orlando to please every swimming fan, so be sure to visit our Grand Prix landing page for coverage you might have missed from Orlando!