Morning Swim Show: Georgia Swimmers On Creating Popular Harlem Shake Video

PHOENIX, Arizona, February 18. THREE of the members that participated in the University of Georgia swimming's immensely popular “Harlem Shake” video join today's edition of The Morning Swim Show to discuss the video and its impact on the team's preparation for this week's Southeastern Conference championships.

Sophomore Conor Sweeney, junior Jameson Hill and junior Will Freeman discuss their individual roles in the 30-second video and which SEC rival's “Harlem Shake” video inspired them to create one of their own. They also talk about the surprisingly fast taping process and how the swimmers are viewed now on the campus at Georgia. With the crucial SEC championships coming up this week, the three talk about how the video has helped create a stronger team vibe, which could be crucial if they want to challenge teams such as Auburn and Florida for the team title. Be sure to stay with this episode after the end credit to watch the full versions of the “Harlem Shake” from Georgia, Tennessee and the University of the Incarnate Word! And visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews.

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