(Video Interview) Mallory Comerford Reflects on Growth Since Freshman Year at Louisville

Photo Courtesy: Taylor Brien

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Mallory Comerford has had a successful weekend at the TYR Pro Swim Series in Mesa, Arizona, most recently winning the 50 free knockout title against some stiff competition including Kelsi Dahlia, Lia Neal, and Margo Geer, with a time of 24.94.

Comerford spoke with Swimming Worldย after a big day of racing on Saturday, and reflectedย on how much has changed since her freshman year, recalling how she went “like, a 26.6” in the 50 free back then. She credits some of her improvement to her time on the national team and the support and camaraderie of her teammates.

Although her 200 freestyle wasn’t exactly what she expected with a 2:02.72, she mentions how it is her hardest race now and each time she races it, she uses that experience to better herself and learn more about how to race the event.

Watch more video interviews from the TYR Pro Swim Series in Mesa here.

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Ailish Dougherty is a junior at Tufts University where she is majoring in Child Study and Human Development with a concentration in Child and Family Health. She swims distance freestyle for their Division III program in the NESCAC. Go Jumbos!

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