Race Day: Analyzing Barrier-Breaking Swims on Day 1 At Men’s NCAA

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PHOENIX, Arizona, March 28. OUR first edition of Race Day from the men's NCAA Division I swimming and diving championships looks back on the phenomenal racing that took place at the IU Natatorium, including several barrier-breaking relay splits.

Swimming World correspondents Jeff Commings and Mike Stott recap the five swimming and one diving event that took place in tonight's finals, starting with the jaw-dropping 17.86 relay split swum by Vlad Morozov in the 200 free relay, as well as the superb legs by Kevin Cordes (breaststroke) and Tom Shields (butterfly) in the medley relays. Be sure to visit SwimmingWorld.TV for more video interviews, and come back often to the NCAA event landing page for video interviews and video recaps from the deck of the IU Natatorium.

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