PHOENIX, Arizona, February 25. JOINING today's edition of The Morning Swim Show is Johns Hopkins sophomore Dylan Davis, who looks to be a strong contender in the NCAA Division III championships, especially in the 200 backstroke.
Davis talks about the fast swim he performed in November in the 200-yard backstroke, and how he was mistakenly led to believe it was a Division III record. After realizing he had fallen three tenths short, Davis tells host Jeff Commings that he is motivated to smash the record at the Division III championships in March. He also talks about what he's done at Johns Hopkins to drop about five seconds in two years in the 200 back and what other events to watch him in at next month's championships. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.
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